Evelyn Fekete
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Mouse....interesting vantage point!

Perfectly Timed Photos of a Tiny Mouse Climbing a Dandelion - This tiny harvest mouse on a dandelion was photographed by Matt Binstead, the head keeper of the British Wildlife Centre

Male Seahorse giving birth

Seahorses reproduce in an unusual way: the male becomes pregnant. The male seahorse has a pouch in which he carries and fertilizes the eggs and after ten days to six weeks (depending on the species) the male gives birth to the baby seahorses.

Piglet Squid (Helicocranchia pfefferi), so-named because of its rotund shape, which comes from its habit of filling itself up with water. They are roughly the size of a small avocado, and common in the deep, dark waters of virtually all of our oceans, living at depths of around 100m/320ft.

This unbelievably cute and smiley little cephalopod is known as a Piglet Squid (Helicocranchia pfefferi). Its skin patterns form the adorable shape of a small smiling face and its tentacles look like curly locks of hair on its head. The Piglet Squid.

Rabbit

Rabbit---There is no difference between a bunny and a rabbit. Young rabbits may be called kitten or bunnies. A rabbit and a hare are different.

Dew drops and a lady

LADYBUGS / LADYBIRDS Do the spots tell a ladybugs age?NO Do the spots tell what sex they are?NO Some ladybugs don't have spots at all. The shape, size, color depth and number of spots on a ladybug can vary within one species.