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The North Atlantic right whale is a critically endangered type of baleen whale, and it is one of three right whale species. Here is rare footage of North Atlantic right whales "hugging" in Cape Cod Bay which some researchers have hypothesized to be whales showing affection to each other.

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Sun bears, native to the tropical forests of Southeast Asia, are the world's smallest bears, standing nearly 70 cm (28 inches) at the shoulder and weighing 25–65 kg (55–143 pounds) when fully grown. This video features a rescued sun bear at a sanctuary in Laos.

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  1. Wow, thanks! I did them all! Except for nextlevel - I will look at that. Those are great suggestions! Also eyebleach is good too!

  2. Did you happen to see this in the news like a year ago? I included the story in my source comment.

  3. Kemp's ridley sea turtles and Atlantic green sea turtles were most affected by the cold weather, and nearly 3500 sea turtles were rescued, and a several rehabilitation centers provided assistance. Most went to Amos Rehabilitation Keep, nearly 1000 turtles, and they are seen here releasing the turtles back in to the Gulf of Mexico.

  4. That's Robert E Fuller! He does amazing videos on animals of the English countryside. Besides doing wildlife videography, and animal rehab and rescue work, he's also an extraordinary painter, having even earned the trust of a den of badgers enough to be able to get very close to them and paint incredibly detailed and accurate paintings.

  5. There are many species of 'weasel' ... The least weasel is the smallest member of the much larger cladee Carnivora as well!

  6. Thanks! I did notice, according to wiki, that "least weasel" is also simply called "weasel" so I just went with weasel in the post, but I almost put "least weasel" - this species has several confusing names to me. I appreciate your comment!

  7. Oh, good. I know they are not physically rare in terms of population, but simply rarely seen since they are nocturnal, as nearly all moths are. I'm glad you saw some there! Such a treat!

  8. Southern cassowary on Cape Tribulation, Queensland, Australia

  9. Wow, a wild Shetland pony - sounds so amazing!

  10. There are quite a few that roam wild in rural Scotland and the some of the Scottish Isles

  11. There are also wild horses in the US southwest, so it's good to know there are still wild horses in the world.

  12. Stupid question but how do they keep them from decomposing? Are specimens like that embalmed??

  13. I think all desiccated after some chemical procedures

  14. Does it have only two eyes or are there more I can’t see?

  15. Just reading about that! They have two eyes! Harvestmen are related to spiders—both are in the class Arachnida. Yet there are some important differences among these creatures, including their eyes. Harvestmen have an ocularium, which is a raised area centered on their prosoma that contains two eyes, whereas spiders have 6–8 eyes.

  16. You liked froggie? I'll post more frogs before long, before I croak, ok?

  17. I love sunbears! They’re the ones at the zoo that just seem super content to just sit there and show off their pretty chest markings

  18. That's the one! I find that yellow is so bright for a bear - I really wonder why they have this coloration, if perhaps to serve to identify themselves between members. I know it is a symbol of the rising sun according to traditional folklore, but that's all I have on it.

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