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Message 2134600 - Posted: 6 Apr 2024, 15:37:58 UTC

More critters, hehe :)
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Message 2134684 - Posted: 9 Apr 2024, 7:16:24 UTC

While not exactly a new critter this little mole is a great find:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-68720246

Swims through sand - how many of us as little kids faced with a really dry sandy beach tried to swim on it?
As for the lizard near the end of the piece - I just hope nobody finds one of those lurking under the sheets at the foot of their bed...
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Message 2134787 - Posted: 12 Apr 2024, 15:55:34 UTC

8-Foot Alligator Busts Through Florida Home's Front Door and Invades Woman's Kitchen
"Only in Florida are you going to get an alligator in the house," the woman who encountered the reptile said...

On March 28, the woman heard banging at the front screen door of her home in the Grand Palm Community in Venice, FOX 13 reported.

"I thought it was somebody else who didn't live here trying to get into the wrong house," Hollenback told the outlet.

In response to the commotion, the woman got up from the couch and checked who was at the door. She didn't find a confused person. Instead, she was faced with a sizable alligator.
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Message 2134788 - Posted: 12 Apr 2024, 17:06:20 UTC

Sent to a farm. Just life death row inmates. Don’t blame them. A gator home invasion.

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Message 2135428 - Posted: 3 May 2024, 2:35:31 UTC

They're not as stupid as some would believe.

Sumatran orangutan becomes first wild animal seen using medicinal plant to treat wound.

A Sumatran orangutan has become the first wild animal seen self-medicating with a plant to heal a wound.

The male orangutan, named Rakus, had sustained a wound on his cheek pad, most likely from fighting other males, researchers said in a study published in the journal Scientific Reports.

Rakus was seen chewing liana leaves without swallowing them, then using his fingers to apply the resulting juice onto the wound, the researchers said.

Finally, he covered the wound up completely with a paste he had made by chewing the leaves and continued feeding on the plant.

Five days after he was seen applying the leaf paste onto the wound it was closed, and a month later barely visible.........
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Message 2135436 - Posted: 3 May 2024, 5:47:57 UTC

Interesting.

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Message 2135465 - Posted: 3 May 2024, 20:58:41 UTC

I guess this is a good place for this "critter" laugh!
WATCH: Forestry Staff act out cicada cycle in hilarious explainer video

Du Page County (West suburban Chicago) Forestry workers in Illinois donned insect costumes and put on an award-worthy performance in a hilarious video which explains how 17-year periodical cicadas will emerge from the ground in the weeks ahead.
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