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Biologist and Photographer. I work at an aquarium. I like finding birds and herps in the wild. I love sharks.

Berkeley, California

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claunchie Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl commented on by claunchie Berkeley, California, USA7 years ago

Berkeley Marina has three last time I was there. The one near golden gate fields is really curious and will be out in the open about four feet away from you.

claunchie Furcifer chameleon
Furcifer chameleon commented on by claunchie Madagascar7 years ago

That is actually a Fischer's! Did some digging around to double check

'Fischers has the spiked back, and Parsons has a smooth back with no spiked ridges. '

claunchie Blunt Spined Brittle Star
Blunt Spined Brittle Star commented on by claunchie Mexico8 years ago

looks like some sort of brittle star

claunchie Polvo de rocha (gl), Pulpo de roca (es), Common octopus (uk)
Polvo de rocha (gl), Pulpo de roca (es), Common octopus (uk) commented on by claunchie Vigo, Galicia, Spain8 years ago

They're so cute!!

claunchie California King Snake
California King Snake commented on by claunchie San Francisco, California, USA8 years ago

thats true, the californian king snake is non venomous. Its immune to rattlesnake venom. (also poisonous is only an animal that is eaten, if it injects its venomous)

claunchie Greater Yellowlegs
Greater Yellowlegs commented on by claunchie Santa Clara, California, USA8 years ago

Thank you!

claunchie Pine Warbler
Pine Warbler commented on by claunchie Magnolia, Texas, USA9 years ago

I think, because of the more green-toned back, that it might be a lesser goldfinch?

claunchie Green Sea Turtle
Green Sea Turtle commented on by claunchie Hawaii, USA9 years ago

a turtle is not a marine mammal though

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