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Two populations of bandicoots show that learning to fear a new predator can take quite some time.

Two populations of bandicoots show that learning to fear a new predator can take quite some time.

Resultado de imagen para Dinornis

Elasmotherium reconstruction at the Ústí museum looks like a Star Wars creature

Who said that the animals are not following the selfie trend?

Wikipedia refuses to remove photo because its owned by a monkey - Electronic Products

Raccoon Photographed Riding On The Back Of An Alligator Like It's NBD

A Guy Just Took An Amazing Picture Of A Raccoon Riding An Alligator

A Florida man snapped this photo of a raccoon riding an alligator at the Ocala National Forest (full story). Photo by Richard Jones via WFTV.

Geetha Annavi (R) and one of her students attach a camera trap to a tree in the North Selangor Peat Swamp Forest. Photo courtesy of Geetha Annavi

Geetha Annavi (R) and one of her students attach a camera trap to a tree in the North Selangor Peat Swamp Forest. Photo courtesy of Geetha Annavi

Camera traps capture elusive ocelots in Peru’s Madre de Dios

Camera traps capture elusive ocelots in Peru’s Madre de Dios

One More for the Road..

One More for the Road by Daniel Parent This is a chipmunk stuffing peanuts into its mouth. Photographed in Ottawa On Canada

Carl Traeholt fits a GPS collar. This form of tracking, while sometimes effective, can be challenging in dense rainforest undergrowth. Photo courtesy of the Copenhagen Zoo.

Carl Traeholt fits a GPS collar. This form of tracking, while sometimes effective, can be challenging in dense rainforest undergrowth. Photo courtesy of the Copenhagen Zoo.

The MTCP team attaches a tracking device to a Malayan tapir. Photo courtesy of the Copenhagen Zoo

Two-month old Asahan sucks milk greedily from a bottle. The baby Malayan tapir —…

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