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A young bat and his mother in flight in Pardes Hanna-Karkur, Israel. (© Gilad Guy/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest) # 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest - In Focus - The Atlantic

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what a beautiful animal! Beautiful photo Horse in the Snow Dancing Egret by Craig ONeal Stuffed wild animals -

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What if we had "foxtrot" stamped onto our cups, with a happy little fox like this stamped near the bottom of the cup. For our mugs we could have a happy little fox on the inside of the mug

Fox Bat ~ The large flying fox is among the largest species of bat. It weighs (1.4–2.4 lb) and has a wingspan of up to (4 ft 11 in). As with all megabats, it has a fox-like face, hence its name. It lacks a tail and has pointed ears. The color and texture of the coat differ between sexes and age classes. Males tend to have slightly stiffer and thicker coats than females.

Daily Morning Awesomeness (20 Photos)

"Flying fox" Pteropus are the largest bats in the world. Fruit Bats or Flying Foxes. Australia looks like a very interesting place to visit; so many odd things are down there.>>>>>>>>Talk about a mega-bat!

Christmas Magic.

❄☃ Holiday ❄☃❄ Winter Wonderland ☃❄ white reindeer hide and seek - Lapland.home of the Sami Reindeer herders

The wildlife of today is not ours to dispose of as we please. We have it in trust, and must account for it to those who come after. - King George VI

Piggy back,Awww (by Official San Diego Zoo). Loved the San Diego Zoo

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.

The Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

The Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest