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Christopher Mills on Twitter: "“If we kill off the wild, then we are killing a part of our souls.” ~ Jane Goodall #badgers #nature #wildlife https://t.co/jA2gpKkBhq"

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European badger foraging in woodland, East Sussex, England

Bebe opossums

Opossums and Their Tails- Opossums have that are known as prehensile, meaning they have the ability to wrap around things and hold on to them. This is one of the ways that baby opossums hang on to their mother as they travel.

Happy Fox by Roeselien Raimond

(Ooooommmmm - p.) A Red Fox: "Smelling The Fresh Woodland Air." (Photo By: Roeselien Raimond.

Blueflash runs into camp. "Badgers are attacking the camp!" He yowls. (Continue in the comments.)

Scotland Badger (Meles meles) by Jamie Brightwell. Found throughout England, Wales, most of Scotland except for the far north, and Northern Ireland.

In a Perfect World...

Red squirrel and green by Andre Villeneuve ~~ Taking time to smell the flowers, even the squirrels know when to take time to smell the roses ~~

An impala strolls around blissfully unaware it has become a home for a contented spider. Photographer Frank Solomon captured the bizarre image while on safari at Kruger National Park, South Africa Picture: FRANK SOLOMON / SOLENT

O em gee!!!! | Castles Crowns and Cottages

Finnish photographer Valtteri Mulkahainen’s photos of bear cubs playing 'Ring around the Rosie' in Suomussalmi, north-eastern Finland, were picked up by the US paper Daily News.

Badger, European Badger or Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) - native to almost all of Europe and some parts of West Asia

The European badger has most of the general characteristics common to badgers; with stocky and low-slung bodies with short, powerful legs, they are identifiable by their huge foreclaws (measuring up to 5 cm in length) and distinctive head markings.

Quoll - Australia

The Tiger Quoll (Spot-tailed Quoll) is the only Australian mammal with a spotted tail.