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Weasel Pictured Happily Riding* On Woodpeckers Back In Essex Country Park

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"To correct this serious handicap." 1936 LOL Have to laugh. I had a kindergarten teacher who tried to "convert" me and that was in Would you believe I got hit on the hands with a ruler for using that hand in first grade---many times too.

"The brave Louis Coulon, born in Vandenesse (Nièvre), February 26, 1826, Molder in Montluçon (Allier) - Length of the beard: 3m. 30 cm   is seen here immortalized through his photographer (snapshot Bonnet) and A. Bergeret and Co."

"The brave Louis Coulon, born in Vandenesse (Nièvre), February Molder in Montluçon (Allier) - Length of the beard: 30 cm is seen here immortalized through his photographer (snapshot Bonnet) and A.

At the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden in Ohio, an aye-aye pops a pose for the camera. Just like a woodpecker, aye-ayes are percussion foragers. They use their long middle finger to tap on dead logs, listening closely for signs of insect larva inside.

Aye-ayes have a number of unusual traits, including a long, bony, witch-like middle finger that they use to pry insects and grubs from tree trunks. These primates are peaceful, nocturnal foragers.

NEARLY EXTINCT IVORY-BILLED WOODPECKER:   The ivory-billed woodpecker is one of the rarest birds in North America. No one has photographed one since 1942. Recent sightings in Arkansas confirm that the species is not extinct. This specimen is one of a small number that exist.

Scientists Virtually Dissect Prehistoric Spider Frozen in Amber

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