Animals Everywhere!

magicalnaturetour: Photo “Hippo Charge” by Ken Watkins :)

Happy, Happy Hippo!

Happy, Happy Hippo!

Walruses are large mammals that live in Arctic waters--adult males can reach 4,000+ pounds. The large tusks are actually canine teeth that can grow more that three feet long. Photo taken at Southeast Svalbard Nature Preserve, Svalbard, Norway. ♛~CaptainSuzyQ~♛

Walruses are large mammals that live in Arctic waters--adult males can reach 4,000+ pounds. The large tusks are actually canine teeth that can grow more that three feet long. Photo taken at Southeast Svalbard Nature Preserve, Svalbard, Norway. ♛~CaptainSuzyQ~♛

For Makeup

The Red Sweat of Hippos by Yoko Saikawa et al.: Within a few minutes of perspiration, the colorless, viscous sweat of the hippopotamus gradually turns red, and then brown as the pigment polymerizes and may act as both an antibiotic and sunscreen.

Alligator hitching a ride.

A baby crocodile climbed on top of a hippo mistaking it for a rock. Even after the hippo moved, the crocodile stayed on for 15 mins before climbing off Photo by Richard Miller Kruger National Park, South Africa

Hipo

Underwater Ballet - this hippopotamus looks sweet and innocent, but hippos are the most dangerous mammal in Africa for men.

Birds cleaning the hippo - Rivi Del - Google+

Birds cleaning the hippo - Rivi Del - Google+

A Tarsier up close. Looks a bit like a gremlin, a troll or the funny/cute/slightly scary character on the front of 'Where the Wild Things Are'.

The endangered Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta). Haha this is a weird lookin' creature.D Everything is cute in it's own way I guess.

Nelson Jones shared this photo of a colorful bird on safari in Sabi Sands, Greater Kruger National Park. See more awesome photos: http://on.msnbc.com/Jq6bFO

Nelson Jones shared this photo of a colorful bird on safari in Sabi Sands, Greater Kruger National Park.

ภเгคк ค๓๏, "Moooooom!  I'm up a tree!"

ภเгคк ค๓๏, "Moooooom! I'm up a tree!"

Tricheco

Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus), a large marine mammal with a discontinuous distribution about the North Pole in the Arctic Ocean

Grizzly Bear Roar

Grizzly Bear Roar

ronbeckdesigns: “Galapagos tortoise | Found on birdsasart.com ”

"*Galapagos Tortoise* - Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, Ecuador" [Photographer Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART - July 29 I the paradise we will finally live longer than these guys

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