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Grues du Canada quittent Palmer en Alaska

Grues du Canada quittent Palmer en Alaska

Black Squirrels were imported to Kent, OH from Canada. Love seeing Black Squirrels in Leland.:

Black Squirrels were imported to Kent, OH from Canada. You could practically keep them as pets at Kent State - they were hardly afraid of humans. They are native to WA State.

Eurasian Lynx  (Lynx lynx) is a medium-sized cat native to European and Siberian forests, Central Asia and East Asia. It is also known as the European lynx, common lynx, the northern lynx, and the Siberian or Russian lynx.

Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx) is a medium-sized cat native to European and Siberian forests Central Asia and East Asia. It is also known as the European lynx common lynx the northern lynx and the Siberian or Russian lynx.

A Canada Lynx. Look at the size of those paws.

A Canada Lynx. Look at the size of those paws. The Canada lynx has snowshoe-like feet and the fur covering the paws is long and dense. This gives the paws an increased surface area and enhances the cat's ability to maneuver on soft snow.

Moose takes a dip in the lake at Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario | @explorecanada

nice Moose takes a dip in the lake at Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario

Narwhals ... or Sea-unicorns

Do we still love these guys?

Narwals Narwals swimming in the ocean, causing a co-motion, cuz they are so awesome. OR "bye buddy, hope you find your dad" "Thanks Mr.

Neither albino nor polar bear, the spirit bear (also known as the Kermode bear) is a white variant of the North American black bear, and it's found almost exclusively in the Great Bear Rainforest on Canada's western coast. White fur occurs in only one of every 40 to 100 black bears on the British Columbia mainland coast, but the trait is especially pronounced on certain islands in the Great Bear Rainforest.

The Kermode Bear, or Spirit Bear: a sub-species of the American black bear. Only found in what is known as the Great Bear Rain Forest located in west-central British Columbia and a few adjacent islands.

Polar Bears, Barrier Island, Alaska, Canada

Polar bears hug in Barrier Island off Beaufort Sea, Alaska. Photo Credit: Mike Lockhart Cuz I love a good bear Hug!

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