The spotting of this colorful and googly-eyed creature was definitely a ferly encounter.
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This starfish is certainly attempt to blag its way into a new home. A visitor to the Scripps Aquarium in San Diego captured this scene between a fish and a starfish.
Even animals can appreciate petrichor. This deer and her best friend, who happens to be a dog, enjoy the aftermath of a rain by playing on the grass.
An example of behavioral exaptation is the practice of wolves licking the mouths of dominant, alpha wolves to show their submission to the hierarchy of the pack.
This video from PBS shows natant otter pups in off the coast of California and in the tidal slough and estuary of Elkhart Slough.
This dog exuberantly bounces back and forth between the two fields. The campestral scene is a delightful one, and viewers can quite easily understand the dog’s pure joy.
When given a succulent meatball this otter murgeons at the photographer. The word murgeon is a verb meaning to grimace at, or to make faces at a person.
Elephants in Thailand seem to have found their own adlubescence through painting. Elephants in Southeast Asia have stunned tourists by painting highly realistic pictures of things around them, like flowers or landscapes.