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.
The Iberian Lynx is the world’s most endangered species of wild cat.
Watch videos on ARKive
The acorn woodpecker, Melanerpes formicivorus, lives in family groups in the western USA and Mexico. They horde acorns in their colony’s granary trees.
Click the pic to visit WhatBird.com
— or visit these sites for more info:
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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Nuthatch on National Geographic
Dwarf Mongoose videos on Facebook page of
Limpopo Dwarf Mongoose Research
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