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2 hours ago, Rubens Alarcon said:

Three from me:

A not so lucky critter:

 

 

An adopted critter:

 

 

A critter taking a selfie:

 

 

one needs to be careful nowadays with critters taking selfies ;)

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First time I've done this for a while.

 

A Eurasian Brown Bear with a Black-Headed Gull in close attendance in a forest on the Finnish/Russian border

 

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Two Northern Gannets disputing who has first dibs on the fish, the North Sea, off Bempton/Flambrough, UK

 

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Juvenile Mountain Gorilla munching on some vegetation in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda

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Critters, that must mean more than one...

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or perhaps not

 

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How about no critters? But they have been here!

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1 hour ago, Bryan said:

 

 

 

or perhaps not

 

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When I first looked at this image, I thought they were chess pieces!  :lol:

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10 hours ago, Jill Morgan said:

 

When I first looked at this image, I thought they were chess pieces!  :lol:

same here and took me some time to find the critter. 

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11 hours ago, Jill Morgan said:

 

When I first looked at this image, I thought they were chess pieces!  :lol:

 

Even better had it been a rook. :D

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I selected three entriesrussian-blue-cat-lying-on-a-bench-in-a-p

 

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My selection...

Bad hair day for a semi-feral Exmoor pony on Traprain Law in East Lothian, Scotland (a conservation grazing project)

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An urban fox looking at me through a hedge in my mother's garden in London

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and a Dassie (Rock Hyrax) on Table Mountain overlooking Cape Town, South Africa

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My 3 entries.

 

Calopteryx virgo damselfly known as the Beautiful Demoiselle (male)

 

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Goldenrod crab spider (female) - Misumena vatia

 

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Alpine marmot - marmots marmota - standing with a blade of grass over its head

 

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Here are my critters.

 

Yellow-bellied marmots in the Okanagan area of British Columbia

 

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Bunnies!  In Washington State.

 

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Maria

 

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Some squirrels from me:

 

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My husband and I sometimes rehabilitate and raise orphaned squirrels, that we then release back into the wild.
 
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ColdCoffee, you might appreciate this. After Superstorm Sandy we were without electricity for a number of days. I face a common garden with trees and all of us were putting things on the windowsill to keep them cold (something I actually learned to do when I lived in London.) The squirrels discovered us and one day I saw a squirrel in a tree with a piece of pizza. Thanks for looking after the cuties.

 

Paulette

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Pizza ... I bet they loved that :)  ...   They also love bell pepper plants :(  .. had a pepper that was almost ready .... oh well ... They provide a lot of entertainment.

 

We have a nesting box where the mother (in the winter photo) have babies every spring and fall. They are so cute when they first venture off around the box.

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They also love mice pies. Our back garden borders on a small nature reserve, with resident squirrel gang (kept in check by resident fox gang) They're up in the trees in summer, but tend to hang out more in the human-frequented back gardens in winter. Especially when our well-meaning neighbour feeds them his Christmas leftovers. Last December, I spotted two of them (already pretty full-figured, and not because of the winter fur) negotiating the top of a fence with a mince pie each in their mouths. Not sure if they were back for a helping of turkey and sprouts the next day.

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And pears.

And plums.

This I know coz the little @*%& have emptied our orchard .....

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A little monkey business from me ...

 

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Another little monkey business...

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Large monkey business...

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Watchful croc, Mexico

 

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Swinging spider monkeys, Belize

 

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Imaginary critter, Mexico

 

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On 9/13/2017 at 00:17, Brasilnut said:

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This would be an opportune moment to say something about the state of the microstock world, but I'll resist. I wouldn't want to get anyone's goat. B)

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This would be an opportune moment to say something about the state of the microstock world, but I'll resist. I wouldn't want to get anyone's goat. B)

 

Did someone say Microstock? 😉

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18 minutes ago, Brasilnut said:

 

Did someone say Microstock? 😉

 

Sorry, that was my fault. Henceforth it shall be referred to as "goat stock".

 

Now, back to critters...

 

 

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Some critters, USA and Nicaragua, one invasive.

 

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Invasive Asian millipede species, Nicaragua.

 

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Red-tail hawk on kill being offered a piece of meat in trade for the rabbit she's sitting on.  Species occurs from North America at least into Central America.

 

 

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Owl Butterfly, Jinotega, Nicaragua. Native species.

 

 

 

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Trying to add Intro text.
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Bobcat Kittens peering over railroad tracks, Arizona, USA

 

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American Lady Butterfly, New Mexico, USA

 

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Kit Fox pups playing, New Mexico, USA

 

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Robert

 

 

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