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AustinC

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AustinC Northern Quoll
Northern Quoll commented on by AustinC Western Australia, Australia5 years ago

It's a shame they're endangered!

AustinC Northern Quoll
Northern Quoll commented on by AustinC Western Australia, Australia5 years ago

I want one. ;_;

AustinC Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AustinC Mayer, Minnesota, USA5 years ago

Haha, believe me, I tore apart the bed, but this guy was alone. Curious if it's identifiable!

AustinC Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AustinC England, United Kingdom5 years ago

Arvicola amphibius
http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/23632577
http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Europea...

Also worth noting, it could be any small varmint, you can't be certain.

AustinC Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AustinC England, United Kingdom5 years ago

My guess would be the European Warer Vole, they make burrows similar to these, especially by streams and lakes so if you're near a body of water it's a good shot. Their burrows are generally over 7cm so for you to say 10 is good. Without visually sighting the animal we'll never be sure but from the descriptions provided it's a good shot.

I'll provide you with resources in the comment below, once I retrieve them.

AustinC Paca
Paca commented on by AustinC Barranca, Loreto, Peru5 years ago

Yikes, interesting to see the cultural use of some animals, despite their cuteness.

AustinC Green crab spider
Green crab spider commented on by AustinC Ernakulam, Kerala, India6 years ago

Absolutely stunning!

AustinC Red Fox
Red Fox commented on by AustinC Washington, USA6 years ago

I believe this qualifies for the rare color morph mission, http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/7970... and would be glad if you added it, if not already in it! I found this link for you regarding red foxes and their morphs,http://livingwithfoxes.weebly.com/colour-morphs.html.

AustinC Fox squirrel
Fox squirrel commented on by AustinC Mayer, Minnesota, USA6 years ago

Thank you! They like to steal the nuts off the trees, fun to catch them in the act!

AustinC Leaf curling spider
Leaf curling spider commented on by AustinC Victoria, Australia6 years ago

As much as I hate spiders, this is quite beautiful! Just don't let it crawl on me!

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