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Brazil’s Lancehead - Bothrops brazili
Bothrops brazili (Viperidae) is a species of pit viper native to the Amazon basin. As all species of the genus, this one is also venomous, but since it is an uncommon species, bites from it are not frequent.
Photo credit: ©Thierry Montford | Locality: French Guiana (2014)
Common snapping turtle from our little pond.
This guy has been hand fed for much of his life and continues to let me feed him. He has no food aggression at all and takes it without getting my fingers <3
No fucking thank you
Why not? :c
OH BUT HES SO CUTE!!!
i took my little dog to the dog park for the first time yesterday, and i drew some of the dogs we saw… the big dogs were so friendly!!! i want 8000
dogs are the best man…
I like to think that maybe Bucky rescues an American Pit Bull and they rehabilitate each other!
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That’s a lot of lionfish!
Lionfish were first recorded at Pulley Ridge, near Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, in 2008 (They are native to the Southern Pacific). In 2014, lionfish were found to inundate pits made by red grouper; however, scientists rarely found lionfish in any other habitat on Pulley Ridge. This raises many questions about this spiny invader…
Learn more: NOAA Ocean Explorer