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Zara likes to write... a lot. Interior design, home improvement art & the metaphysical are a few of her topics. Her passions are photography, literature, yoga.
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In this video by YouTube user Raptor Rehabber (youtube.com/channel/UCvC7cBe66irSo6KZIq6V1Mw) a rescued baby great horned owl, named Oakley, adorably interacts with a Halloween-themed owl toy that dances and sings "Monster Mash." Oakley was released back to the wild when he was old enough, about six weeks after this was filmed.
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Funny maine coon

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For a pretty much homogeneous populace shows up in a topographical territory, it takes quite a while. Whether from vikings felines, those of Marie Antoinette or mariners swarm, for "creating" Maine Coon "Mother nature" took no less than two centuries determination "regular". Here and there, the vicinity of these felines Longhair in Maine is bore witness to all through the nineteenth century. They are essentially called "Maine felines" (Coon" presumably not having showed up in the twentieth century) or, on the other hand, Maine shags (the "shaggy Maine") and some of the time Snug Heads ("great bubbled").


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Arctic Fox

The Arctic fox, also known as the white fox, polar fox, or snow fox, is a small fox native to the Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and common throughout the Arctic tundra biome. It is well adapted to living in cold environments. It has a deep thick fur which is brown in summer and white in winter. Its body length ranges from 46 to 68 cm (18 to 27 in), with a generally rounded body shape to minimize the escape of body heat.

The Arctic fox preys on any small creatures such as: lemmings, voles, ringed seal pups, fish, waterfowl, and seabirds. It also eats carrion, berries, seaweed, insects, and other small invertebrates. Arctic foxes form monogamous pairs during the breeding season and they stay together to raise their young in complex underground dens. Occasionally, other family members may assist in raising their young.

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