mkmorphs:

The start of several double recessive projects we have going this year. Hopefully he will figure it out. He is going into a shed cycle though so we will see what happens.

2012 Clown X 2011 Albino

mkmorphs:

The start of several double recessive projects we have going this year. Hopefully he will figure it out. He is going into a shed cycle though so we will see what happens.

2012 Clown X 2011 Albino

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libutron:

Ocellate River Stingray - Potamotrygon motoro
Potamotrygon motor (Rajiformes - Potamotrygonidae) is a species of freshwater stingray endemic to, and widespread throughout, several South American river systems.
These stingrays can be distinguished from closely related species by the presence of orange to yellow dorsal eyespots, each surrounded by a black ring, with diameters larger than the eyes. Body color is otherwise greyish-brown. They are oval in shape with a robust tail, bearing a venomous spine. Maximum total length has been reported at 100 centimeters and maximum weight at 15 kg, though individuals tend to be much smaller.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Jason Hering | Locality: Cuiaba river, Matto Grosso, Amazon, Brazil - captive (2008)

libutron:

Ocellate River Stingray - Potamotrygon motoro

Potamotrygon motor (Rajiformes - Potamotrygonidae) is a species of freshwater stingray endemic to, and widespread throughout, several South American river systems.

These stingrays can be distinguished from closely related species by the presence of orange to yellow dorsal eyespots, each surrounded by a black ring, with diameters larger than the eyes. Body color is otherwise greyish-brown. They are oval in shape with a robust tail, bearing a venomous spine. Maximum total length has been reported at 100 centimeters and maximum weight at 15 kg, though individuals tend to be much smaller.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Jason Hering | Locality: Cuiaba river, Matto Grosso, Amazon, Brazil - captive (2008)

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kacheechu:

hey guys

I hope you like geckos

I have a bunch of photos of this guy in particular. I was actually able to get pretty close to him, he didn’t seem to mind. In fact, at some point he actually became curious about the camera and tried to walk right up to it. Not aggressively or anything, just looking at it - actual interest in the strange metal object. he was a pretty big gecko, too. All the rest of his photos turned out beautifully, so they’ll be up here too in a moment. :3

this was the first gecko I saw at Kona Brewing Co, and the only gecko I saw the entire trip that just wasn’t afraid to be near me. that was pretty cool.

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banavalope:

roachpatrol:

moon-medicine:

my-wayward-shawn:

dogjpeg:

randallascot:

roachpatrol:

creatures-alive:

Tando (via 500px / sleeping Tando by Hendy Mp)

what the fuck? wh a t the fuck??? what. what the fuck. 


holy shit


in english it’s called a Sunda Flying Lemur

Flying sloth. Lookit

sloth bat ♡

what a weird cat

MY NEW FAVORITE ANIMAL

banavalope:

roachpatrol:

moon-medicine:

my-wayward-shawn:

dogjpeg:

randallascot:

roachpatrol:

creatures-alive:

Tando (via 500px / sleeping Tando by Hendy Mp)

what the fuck? wh a t the fuck??? what. what the fuck. 

image

holy shit

image

in english it’s called a Sunda Flying Lemur

Flying sloth. Lookit

sloth bat ♡

what a weird cat

MY NEW FAVORITE ANIMAL

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wtfeveridgaf:

jumpingbutnotforjoy:

Goth

Out of every pun and play on words I’ve seen on this site, this is the one that makes me so unreasonably angry.

wtfeveridgaf:

jumpingbutnotforjoy:

Goth

Out of every pun and play on words I’ve seen on this site, this is the one that makes me so unreasonably angry.

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alltailnolegs:

Why I Love Asian Rats #145 - positions they find comfortable

alltailnolegs:

Why I Love Asian Rats #145 - positions they find comfortable

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