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This blog is dedicated to all those animal addicts out there. I'm one of them and have been ever since before I can remember (according to the stories I've been told by my family of when I was a little girl). If you love animals as much as I do, I'm sure you'll enjoy seeing them on your dash! Do you know of any petitions for animal rights? If so please submit them to me! I would love to post as many as possible. I try to look some up but I would love being told of any I don't currently know about. You can check out petitions I have posted about here. I like to keep everything organized so click here for some ideas on tags you can search. They're linked there as well, to make it even easier. You can also search animals by their species or breed. And feel free to submit pictures of animals you've taken!

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Adorable Baby Swamp Wallabies

A FACT ABOUT AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE: out of the 828 different types of birds living in the country, around half of those birds are only found in Australia and no where else!

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Echidna | animal blog
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Quoll | animal blog
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Red-eyed Green Tree Frog | animal blog
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Little Penguins | animal blog

A FACT ABOUT AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE: there are anywhere between 30 and 60 million kangaroos in Australia!

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Red Muntjac Deer | animal blog
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Bengal Tiger - By: (Cathy Donohoue)
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The Javan Rhinoceros is unfortunately the rarest land mammal currently. This is one seen in captivity as they are extremely rare in the wild. They have been illegally hunted for far too long and their numbers are suffering greatly because of it. Many zoos and organizations are trying to keep the number strong by raising them in wonderful conditions in the hopes of mating and reproducing. | animal blog | photo credit
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Grumprechts Pit Viper | animal blog

A FACT ABOUT ASIAN WILDLIFE: elephants mate during what’s called the rainy season and after 22 months they give birth to one calf. Two calves have been born during one pregnancy but it’s extremely rare.

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Bengal Tigers | animal blog
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Orangutan | animal blog | photo credit