Animal Hugs

Warm pictures of animals that will warm your soul in the winter cold evenings. Push to your sweetheart as gently as these animals in these photos. And, now we know for sure that animals can feel love, and be loved. Take a look at these wonderful animals, and enjoy!

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Adorable Baby Animals

There is no way animals can’t be cute, they are just super cute! Most of the people will agree. And now, try to imagine their little babies, who are more sweeter and just so adorable! Some photos of these adorable babies with their moms are really hard to take, but these photographers who took these photos are just awesome, and they did some amazing work. So, here is a selection of really adorable baby animals for you. Take a look, and enjoy!

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Hunting Fox

A fox named Alice was photographed digging for her next meal. Fox is a common name for many species of omnivorous mammals belonging to the Canidae family. Foxes are small to medium-sized canids (slightly smaller than the median-sized domestic dog), characterized by possessing a long narrow snout, and a bushy tail (or brush).Members of about 37 species are referred to as foxes, of which only 12 species actually belong to the Vulpes genus of “true foxes”. By far the most common and widespread species of fox is the red fox (Vulpes vulpes), although various species are found on almost every continent. The presence of fox-like carnivores all over the globe, together with their widespread reputation for cunning, has contributed to their appearance in popular culture and folklore in many societies around the world: (see also Foxes in culture).

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Among The Giants: The Life Of A Whale

The researcher and wildlife photographer Charles “Flip” Nicklin spent 30 years doing documenting the behavior of whales. 62-year-old native of Alaska, has just published a new book called “Among Giants: The Life of a whale.” He said: “The southern right whales have this strange habit – for some time tail sticking out of the water and so die. We still do not know for sure why they do it – maybe it’s just a way to give extra warmth when the wind blows them. “

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Charles “Flip” Nicklin began to do research of whales as early as when he was the journalist, before I started working a marine biologist and has initiated its own investigation. He said: “The human mind has changed many times on the whales for the time that I have studied them. When people first saw the whale, they decided that it was some kind of terrible monsters. When people realized that in fact they are not for us, and we present a danger to them, our view has changed completely … Now we can appreciate how smart they are and interesting. That’s what I tried to convey in his book, talk about their personal experiences with them. “In the photograph: humpback whale meal. Gulls circling around, waiting for them and something perepadet. Picture taken off the coast of Massachusetts.

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Charles “Flip” Nicklin visited by at least 20 countries and has traveled to all the world’s oceans, taking movies on the giant mammals. The photo: Jason Stargis researcher and a female humpback whale with kitenkom, photo was taken off the coast of Maui, Hawaii.

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Patterns of Nature – Starfish

Continue to produce a series of “Patterns of Nature” from National Geographic. This issue focuses on the patterns of time, which nature decorate the surface of sea stars. Starfish or sea stars are echinoderms belonging to the class Asteroidea. The names “starfish” and “sea star” essentially refer to members of the class Asteroidea. However, common usage frequently finds “starfish” and “sea star” also applied to ophiuroids which are correctly referred to as “brittle stars” or “basket stars”.There are about 1,800 living species of starfish that occur in all the world’s oceans, including the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian as well as in the Arctic and the Southern Ocean regions. Starfish occur across a broad depth range from the intertidal to abyssal depths.

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1. Deltoid starfish. Deltoid starfish between emerald corals in the western zone of the Pacific Ocean.

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2. Maldives starfish. Red and yellow starfish in coral “sea fan” in the Maldives.

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3. Pale yellow starfish. Pale yellow starfish and her bright red cousin of kelp on the beach in Point Tang Vashigtone.

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4. Purple starfish. Purple starfish on the ocean floor.

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5. Non-toxic emissions from a special dye around the sea urchin (stropyga sp.) Near Vancouver Island, British Columbia. These creatures inhabit the oceans around the world.

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6. Mosaic starfish. The photo was taken in the Pacific Ocean. Coloration of the sea star helps her to be invisible among the rocks and coral.

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7. Sea urchin. The spines of sea urchins (Asthenosoma varium) seem to be a colorful flower. The photo was taken on the island of Komodo in Indonesia. Blue tips of needles filled with poison.

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8. Starfish and crab. A tiny crab wanders by bright blue sea star.

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9. The needles of the sea urchin. Blue-green needles of a sea urchin, photographed in the western zone of the Pacific Ocean, to help him defend against predators.

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10. Starfish. This species of sea stars living in the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia, should be purple. But they have the ability to change color depending on the environment.

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11. Starfish Solomon Islands. Starfish resting on the reef the Solomon Islands. Subspecies of the sea star is determined by the color of scales that cover its back side.

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12. Lavender sea star. This is absolutely incredible starfish coloring is found in the reefs of Bunaken Island in Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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13. Purple sea urchin. This bristling on the sea urchin, photographed in G od’s Pocket Marine Provincial Park in British Columbia, is ready to defend his life.

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14. Indonesian starfish. Coloration of the sea star like painting stars inhabitants of South-vostochnoaziyskogo archipelago.

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15. Crab and sea urchin. Striped crab (Zebrida adamsii) on the sea star (Astropyga radiata) in the western Pacific.