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This furry little cup fungi is only about 1/4 inch wide, on a stem only 1mm wide. It grows on partially buried twigs of oak trees in Asia and North America.

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Microstoma floccosum

The Iberian Lynx is the world’s most endangered species of wild cat.

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The acorn woodpecker, Melanerpes formicivorus, lives in family groups in the western USA and Mexico. They horde acorns in their colony’s granary trees.

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National Geographic
Cornell’s All About Birds

The nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) often travels face-first down tree branches and trunks. He has a perky little “ank! ank!” call. 😀

 
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Dwarf Mongoose videos on Facebook page of
Limpopo Dwarf Mongoose Research
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