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Europen Badger in ferns at night.

Europen Badger in ferns at night. Europen or Eurasian Badger hiding in ferns at night. The general hue of its fur is grey above and black on the under parts with a distinctive black and white striped face and white-tipped ears. European badgers are around 70 cm long with a tail of about 20 cm and weigh 10 kg on average, but weights can vary enormously. Badgers do not hibernate, although in areas with cold winter climates they may become torpid for two or so days at a time having put on fat in the autumn to help them get through the winter months. In parts of Russia, badgers have been reported to weigh up to 42 kg (92.5 lb) in the autumn.

Wildlife - Europen Badger in ferns at night.

Red Fox yawning.

Red Fox yawning..

Wildlife - Red Fox yawning.

Red Fox stares at camera.

Red Fox stares at camera.

Wildlife - Red Fox stares at camera.

Red Fox stares into distance.

Red Fox stares into distance.

Wildlife - Red Fox stares into distance.

Red Fox

Red Fox

Wildlife - Red Fox

Red Fox

Red Fox

Wildlife - Red Fox

Red Fox

Red Fox

Wildlife - Red Fox

A pair of dolphins swimming in a pool.

A pair of dolphins surface for a lazy look around the pool. Bottlenose Dolphins Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) is the most common dolphin species and may be found worldwide with the exception of the Arctic and the Antarctic Ocean. The elongated upper and lower jaws give the animals their name of Bottlenose- the real nose is the blowhole on the top of their head. They live together in groups called pods which contain up to 12 animals. Pods are known to join temporarily to form larger groups called herds or aggregations. Bottlenose dolphins are 8-12 feet long and their tails have two horizontal paddles called "flukes" which contain no bone or muscles and helps power them through the water. Their typical speed is 3-6 mph, but can reach 21 mph for short periods. Dolphins have to rise to the surface every 5-8 minutes to breathe. Their diet consists mainly of small fish and their peg like teeth are used to grasp food, but not chew it.

Wildlife - A pair of dolphins swimming in a pool.

Dolphin swimming in a pool.

A dolphin surfaces for a lazy look around the pool. Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) is the most common dolphin species and may be found worldwide with the exception of the Arctic and the Antarctic Ocean. The elongated upper and lower jaws give the animals their name of Bottlenose- the real nose is the blowhole on the top of their head. They live together in groups called pods which contain up to 12 animals. Pods are known to join temporarily to form larger groups called herds or aggregations. Bottlenose dolphins are 8-12 feet long and their tails have two horizontal paddles called "flukes" which contain no bone or muscles and helps power them through the water. Their typical speed is 3-6 mph, but can reach 21 mph for short periods. Dolphins have to rise to the surface every 5-8 minutes to breathe.

Wildlife - Dolphin swimming in a pool.

European Badger eating ice cream

European Badger eating ice cream

Wildlife - European Badger eating ice cream

Boxer Dog

Boxer Dog

Wildlife - Boxer Dog

Dolphin

Bottlenose Dolphins Tursiops truncatust common dolphin species and may be found worldwide with the exception of the Arctic and the Antarctic Ocean. The elongated upper and lower jaws give the animals their name of Bottlenose- the real nose is the blowhole on the top of their head. They live together in groups called pods which contain up to 12 animals. Pods are known to join temporarily to form larger groups called herds or aggregations. Bottlenose dolphins are 8-12 feet long and their tails have two horizontal paddles called "flukes" which contain no bone or muscles and helps power them through the water. Their typical speed is 3-6 mph, but can reach 21 mph for short periods. Dolphins have to rise to the surface every 5-8 minutes to breathe. Their diet consists mainly of small fish and their peg like teeth are used to grasp food, but not chew it.

Wildlife - Dolphin

Two dolphins

Bottlenose Dolphins Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) is the most common dolphin species and may be found worldwide with the exception of the Arctic and the Antarctic Ocean. The elongated upper and lower jaws give the animals their name of Bottlenose- the real nose is the blowhole on the top of their head. They live together in groups called pods which contain up to 12 animals. Pods are known to join temporarily to form larger groups called herds or aggregations. Bottlenose dolphins are 8-12 feet long and their tails have two horizontal paddles called "flukes" which contain no bone or muscles and helps power them through the water. Their typical speed is 3-6 mph, but can reach 21 mph for short periods. Dolphins have to rise to the surface every 5-8 minutes to breathe. Their diet consists mainly of small fish and their peg like teeth are used to grasp food, but not chew it.

Wildlife - Two dolphins

Two dolphins

Bottlenose Dolphins Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) is the most common dolphin species and may be found worldwide with the exception of the Arctic and the Antarctic Ocean. The elongated upper and lower jaws give the animals their name of Bottlenose- the real nose is the blowhole on the top of their head. They live together in groups called pods which contain up to 12 animals. Pods are known to join temporarily to form larger groups called herds or aggregations. Bottlenose dolphins are 8-12 feet long and their tails have two horizontal paddles called "flukes" which contain no bone or muscles and helps power them through the water. Their typical speed is 3-6 mph, but can reach 21 mph for short periods. Dolphins have to rise to the surface every 5-8 minutes to breathe. Their diet consists mainly of small fish and their peg like teeth are used to grasp food, but not chew it.

Wildlife - Two dolphins

White Lion

White Lion

Wildlife - White Lion

Marine fish

Marine fish

Wildlife - Marine fish

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