Meet the red-shanked douc
The Egyptian vulture, Europe's smallest vulture
The kangaroo rat's masterful defense techniques
Social distancing is also found among bees
The tarsier: a primate endangered by tourism
3 strange life forms
Azafady tompoko, tonga dia aleo teneniko hoe Malagasy fa tsy Malgache dia fosa fa tsy fosse
Wow never heard of it before
Adorable little Weasel-Cat-Monkey-Dog!
The fossa is attacking
Gonna say it’s more between a ferret and a bat.
I would say, “there are FEWER than 2500 left in the wild.”
I saw one in a zoo collection. Strange and beautiful animal.
Creepy. Neat. But creepy.
First time to see this animal. Quite interesting
This post starts out by scaring you. They don't explain the habitat carrying capacity, or cycle of prey to predator. They only want to spread fear without educating you... Dig deeper into the science before you take this site at face value..
Yeah we have pusa too
Amazing I love it
I love Brut
Look it’s King Julian’s predator 😂an
We are making a detour in the hope of seeing one on my trip to Madagascar.
Admirable is its ability to easily descend a tree trunk . Not many felines do. Strange critter to be sure. Even its name is strange:" Fossa"
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