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Published on April 8, 2008 By Zoologist03 In Wildlife

Eh, with a bunch of these so far, I figure I should organize them...so, that's what I'm doing.  Here you'll find handy links to all my animal features. 

This will be over on my sidebar...so it'll be easy to find.

 

1. Common Palm Civet

2. Bilby

3. Muennik's Spiny Rat

4. Virginia Opossum

5. Texas Horned Lizard

6. Domestic Cat

7. Gharial

8. Egyptian Mongoose

9. Caribbean Flamingo

10. Asian House Gecko

11. Star-Nosed Mole

12. Red-Billed Streamertail Hummingbird

13. Goliath Stick Insect

14. Platypus

15. Volcano Rabbit

16. Lion

17. Satin Bowerbird

18. Okapi

19. Asian Elephant

20. Victoria's Riflebird

21. Domestic Dog

Alright, there ya have it.  I'll keep adding to this list for quick and easy reference.

~Zoo


Comments
on Apr 08, 2008
I was watching a show last night that basically was exploring the concept of when man disappears from the planet and what would happen. One of the things they were exploring was the dogs. Which ones would survive (learn to be feral again) and which ones would die out. I dont really know how you could do anything with that (considering the number of breeds), but it is just a thought.
on Apr 08, 2008

I dont really know how you could do anything with that (considering the number of breeds), but it is just a thought.

I can treat dogs the same way I did cats.  They're the same species what with their capacity for breeding with each other and all...the breeds do make it hard to be specific...but if I did it once, I can do it again.

~Zoo

on Apr 08, 2008
Eh, besides, puppies are cute too!
on Apr 08, 2008

Eh, besides, puppies are cute too!

Most baby things are cute...unless they're not.

~Zoo

on Apr 10, 2008

This is pretty darn awesome.

on Apr 11, 2008
This is pretty darn awesome.


Thankee. I hope to prolong the awesomeness for as long as I can.

~Zoo
on Apr 11, 2008
Thankee. I hope to prolong the awesomeness for as long as I can.


The greatest wisdom is that which is shared.
on Apr 11, 2008
Here's one I wish you would research and post on WWW Link It sure qualifies as an amazing animal to me!

But seriously, check this out: WWW Link
on Apr 11, 2008
The greatest wisdom is that which is shared.


Indeed it is.

Here's one I wish you would research and post on WWW Link It sure qualifies as an amazing animal to me!


Heh, heh. I try to keep my features mostly family friendly...at least PG-13.

But seriously, check this out: WWW Link


The ol' bioluminescent fish and color/texture shifting cephalopods. Always an ocean favorite.

If you want to dig up a certain species for me to check out, then feel free to do so.

~Zoo
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