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Park Kyoung Min 박경민 - Google+

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The opposite of albinism called melanism, a recessive trait where the skin and fur are all black.

The opposite of albinism called melanism, a recessive trait where the skin and fur are all black. This is perhaps the most beautiful lion I have ever seen. that is a beautiful lion

magnifique colley                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Top 5 smartest dogs in the world.She looks just like the last sheltie we had. They are so sweet .

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A Lion, A Tiger and A Bear Are the Best of Friends at Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary

A Lion, A Tiger and A Bear Are the Best of Friends at Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary

Baloo the brown bear, Leo the lion and Shere Khan the tiger, known collectively as BLT, have formed an unlikely friendship across the animal kingdom at the Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary in Locust Grove, Georgia.

Whie Delite

Whie Delite

landscapeandanimals: fallow love - By: (Mark Bridger) What kind of deer are these? Palmated antlers like our moose.

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Brown bear hugs a dog, Slovenia - Adorable moments between wild animals in the Animal Kingdom - NY Daily News

Funny Animal Pictures Of The Day – 22 Pics - Daily Lol Pics

This adorable golden retriever managed to lodge his chicken bone between his cheeks! While it's dangerous to give animals small bones like chicken bones, his expression is adorable!

Red Squirrel...another red ball and I am done with christmas decorations!!

magicalnaturetour: “ A red squirrel eats berries in a tree in Cologne, Germany Picture: OLIVER BERG/AFP/Getty Images ”

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Photographer Oliver Klink took this photo of two grizzly bear cubs holding hands (everybody say "dawww" together now) for the National Geographic 2008 International Photo Contest: Link.