I L O V E A N I M A L S

If you love animals as much as I do you'll love this blog! Every day is a new category of animals. Starting at midnight the category changes. The categories range from areas in the world to different types of animals as well. It will always start off with a fact about the animals in that category and then be followed by images, more facts, and also stories, new events, advice and more. You can also submit photos and information as well!

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A FACT ABOUT AMPHIBIANS;  The Alaskan Wood Frog is an insanely interesting amphibian. This frog is capable of seemingly shutting down its own system and freezing into hibernation during the harsh winters in Alaska. Appearing dead, they don’t move and are often covered in ice and snow. It’s the only way for them to survive the unforgiving landscape of Alaska. Researchers previously thought the frogs went into this state for no more than a few weeks, maybe a couple of months, but they now think it’s for much longer than that. They’re also not completely sure how the frogs do this - mostly how thawing resurects them. | animal blog
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Dall Sheep Ram in Yukon, Canada | animal blog | photo credit
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Canadian Lynx, Yukon Canada | animal blog | photo credit
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Japanese Macaque | animal blog
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Icelandic Pony | animal blog | photo credit
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Winter pasture | animal blog | photo credit
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by Charles Glatzer
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A FACT ABOUT EUROPEAN ANIMALS ; when most of us hear reindeer we automatically think of Rudolph and Santa Claus and Christmas. However there are no reindeer in the North Pole, at least not anymore. These beautiful herding animals used to live all over the world but have been dramatically hunted and their numbers horribly reduced. You can still see reindeer in the wild in Iceland, where there are only 3,000 of them left in the wild. Hunting is allowed with a permit and only during the open season. The reason reindeer can still be hunted is because their breeding is not regulated so they produce a lot of young. When the reindeer aren’t hunted, like many types of deer-like animals (deer, elk, and more), there are too many of them and they eat all of the vegetation which causes other animasl to starve or have to travel to new places to get food which can cause troubles for other animals not used to having to go look for their prey elsewhere, or because the animal has to go to a place highly inhabited with humans, and more. | animal blog
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Norway Lemming | animal blog
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Derpy derp derp daroo! | animal blog
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Hearts are wild creatures; that’s why our ribs are cages.― Anon.
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Canadian Lynx | animal blog
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