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Slow Loris - Found in South and Southeast Asia, they range from Bangladesh and Northeast India in the west to the Philippines in the east, and from the Yunnan province in China in the north to the island of Java in the south.

Slow Loris - Found in South and Southeast Asia, they range from Bangladesh and Northeast India in the west to the Philippines in the east, and from the Yunnan province in China in the north to the island of Java in the south.

http://500px.com/photo/63960157/kukang-playing-by-hendy-mp?from=user

http://500px.com/photo/63960157/kukang-playing-by-hendy-mp?from=user

http://500px.com/photo/63960157/kukang-playing-by-hendy-mp?from=user

http://500px.com/photo/63960157/kukang-playing-by-hendy-mp?from=user

Carabidae:   Cicindela nitida.Cicindela nitida    SE Primorskiy reg., Lazo nature reserve   Perekatnaya river, 20.06.97 leg.   Yu. Sundukov       Male   Body length 17 mm

Carabidae: Cicindela nitida.Cicindela nitida SE Primorskiy reg., Lazo nature reserve Perekatnaya river, 20.06.97 leg. Yu. Sundukov Male Body length 17 mm

white golden doodle - OMG our next Bentley has to be white!!! HOW STINKIN' CUTE!

white golden doodle - OMG our next Bentley has to be white!!! HOW STINKIN' CUTE!

Dachshund Ring!

Dachshund Ring!

AWWWWW!!!! Westie Love :) - I love this picture!  Piper does this, too, anytime an animal in on TV.  It makes it hard to watch animal planet, though!

AWWWWW!!!! Westie Love :) - I love this picture! Piper does this, too, anytime an animal in on TV. It makes it hard to watch animal planet, though!

The "Sunda Slow Loris."  ~  "I'm Just Holding on!"  (Native to Indonesia, Western Malaysia, Southern Thailand and Singapore. The Common Name for it in Indonesia is: "KuKang.")       ✿⊱╮                              Photo By: Frenki_Jung on 500px.

The "Sunda Slow Loris." ~ "I'm Just Holding on!" (Native to Indonesia, Western Malaysia, Southern Thailand and Singapore. The Common Name for it in Indonesia is: "KuKang.") ✿⊱╮ Photo By: Frenki_Jung on 500px.

The Panda Bear - They are able to climb and take shelter in hollow trees or rock crevices, but do not establish permanent dens. For this reason, pandas do not hibernate, which is similar to other subtropical mammals, and will instead move to elevations with warmer temperatures.

The Panda Bear - They are able to climb and take shelter in hollow trees or rock crevices, but do not establish permanent dens. For this reason, pandas do not hibernate, which is similar to other subtropical mammals, and will instead move to elevations with warmer temperatures.

This little red-head is a 1 year old teacup poodle and she's only 5-1/2" tall. So adorable!

This little red-head is a 1 year old teacup poodle and she's only 5-1/2" tall. So adorable!

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