This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

An elephant chews by moving its jaws backwards and forwards - unlike cattle that move their jaws from side to side.

An elephant chews by moving its jaws backwards and forwards - unlike cattle that move their jaws from side to side.

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

Siberian Tigers (Photograph by Michael Nichols)  Of the three remaining species of tigers, Siberian tigers are the largest. While there are only 400 to 500 left in the wild, the population is considered stable, and conservation programs are introducing captive-born tigers to the wild.

Siberian Tigers (Photograph by Michael Nichols) Of the three remaining species of tigers, Siberian tigers are the largest. While there are only 400 to 500 left in the wild, the population is considered stable, and conservation programs are introducing captive-born tigers to the wild.

Lioness, Botswana (Photograph by Beverly Joubert)  A female lion in Botswana’s Okavango Delta stretches as other members of the pride lounge nearby. Pride size can range from 2 to 18 females and cubs, all related to one another.

Lioness, Botswana (Photograph by Beverly Joubert) A female lion in Botswana’s Okavango Delta stretches as other members of the pride lounge nearby. Pride size can range from 2 to 18 females and cubs, all related to one another.

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

This five-year old tortoiseshell cat not only has two different coloured eyes, but also has two starkly different fur colours split exactly down the middle of her face. Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1qoqgTH

The fennec, or desert fox, is a canine mammal species of the genus Vulpes, which inhabits the Sahara Desert and Arabia. This is the smallest species of the family Canidae.  Photo credit: Francisco Mingorance

The fennec, or desert fox, is a canine mammal species of the genus Vulpes, which inhabits the Sahara Desert and Arabia. This is the smallest species of the family Canidae. Photo credit: Francisco Mingorance

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