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!Passarinhos no telhado

Prairie Dog : I'm just going to relax and enjoy my nut— Starling 1 : Nut? You've got a nut? Starling 2 : I love nuts! Share it!

Squirrel best friend cab soldier. Oh my gosh that squirrel is so cute!

A soldier and his squirrel. The soldier found a weak baby squirrel, nursed it back to life. Now the guy left the service, works as a taxi driver, and the squirrel is always in his pocket no matter where he goes! a-soldier-and-his-squirrel.

Pinguins in the trenches

Cool snow ペンギン (jp) Pinguin (de) penguin (en) 펭귄 새 (kr) manchot (fr) pinguino (it) pingvin (se) pinguim (pt)葡 pingüino (es)西 pinguïn (nl)荷

Relationships are a key part of survival and balance in any ecosystem. Though unusual, this hippo and tortoise would seem to have chosen a relationship of mutual support and companionship.

Clearly the hippo has immersed itself in turtle culture. A hippo raised by turtles is acceptable. Baby hippo and 130 year old tortoise become best friends…

Unusual BFFs...not your usual cat and dog story.  A really big cat and a really tiny dog...are forever friends.

Funny pictures about Big cat and dog friendship. Oh, and cool pics about Big cat and dog friendship. Also, Big cat and dog friendship.

Crested chameleon

Fabulous shot of a crested gecko ~. That is most certainly a panther chameleon. He doesn't even look like a crested gecko.

Silent Beauty ...Look at spiderweb in horns.  Kind of creepy in a way. I hope the deer doesn't have a bunch of spider bites...

Talk about adaptation! This impala from the Kruger National Park in South Africa is now a mobile home for a spider with the spider's web spun between the impala's two horns. Image by Frank Soloman.

Not a snake person but this is a pretty cool picture

oliviabeanlove: givemeinternet:a brave snake saving a fish from drowning! A brave snake saving a fish from drowning.

Monkeys are enjoying a free ride from a Capybara

The Cutest Interspecies Animal Friendships

This is Japan’s odd couple… The monkeys ride on the capybara’s backs and kiss the world’s largest rodents, who tolerate their tricks. But in the wild, their paths do not cross — capybara’s live on river banks while the monkeys live in forests.

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