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  • Tawny Owl
    Daytime wild owl
  • Alpine ibex (Capra ibex)
    Alpine ibex (Capra ibex), mother and child animals on rock
  • Lion
  • Jaguar
  • Red fox cubs
    Red fox cubs as newborn in nature
  • A fox on a rock
    A fox lying on a rock in the sun
  • Sumatran Tiger
    Jumilah - 14 Year Old female at Taronga Zoo, Sydney.
  • Siberian Tiger-Winter Tiger
    Facts: The tiger is the largest of the big cats and can be to 11 ft and up to 670 pounds. This is a Siberian which are the largest of the big cats along with the Bengal tiger. The typical weight of a these tigers in the wild is around 500 lbs.
  • Arctic Fox-Golden Eyes
    The Arctic fox is found in the Arctic regions and is adapted to the cold environments of the tundra. It is also known as the white fox, polar fox, or snow fox. It is a small fox with a deep thick fur which is brown in summer and white in winter. Its body length is between18 to 27 inches with a rounded body shape to minimize the escape of body heat. They hunt and eat small creatures like lemmings, voles, ringed seal pups, fish, waterfowl, and seabirds. They will also eat carrion, berries, seaweed, insects, and other small invertebrates
  • Snow Leopard-Snow Leopard Attitude
    The snow leopard is a large cat from the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia in the alpine zones at elevations of 10,000 to 15,000 feet. It is listed as endangered since 2003. The wild population worldwide was estimated at between 4,080 and 6,590 adults. It was also estimated that fewer than 2,500 are reproducing in the wild. Since 2016 the estimates have somewhat improved of the worldwide population from 4,080 to about 8,700 individuals. Snow leopards are somewhat smaller than the other big cats and range of sizes, generally weighing about 60 to 121 lbs. The male can occasionally weigh as much as 165 lbs and the female as light as 55 lbs. Their short body can measure from the head to the base of the tail 30 to 60 inches. Their tail is quite long at 31 to 39 inches.
  • Honey Bee
    Honey Bee flyby
  • Siberian Tiger-Siberian Winter
    Facts: The tiger is the largest of the big cats and can be to 11 ft and up to 670 pounds. This is a Siberian which are the largest of the big cats along with the Bengal tiger. The typical weight of a these tigers in the wild is around 500 lbs.
  • African wild dogs
  • Snow Leopard-Pouncing Snow Leopard
    The snow leopard is a large cat from the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia in the alpine zones at elevations of 10,000 to 15,000 feet. It is listed as endangered since 2003. The wild population worldwide was estimated at between 4,080 and 6,590 adults. It was also estimated that fewer than 2,500 are reproducing in the wild. Since 2016 the estimates have somewhat improved of the worldwide population from 4,080 to about 8,700 individuals. Snow leopards are somewhat smaller than the other big cats and range of sizes, generally weighing about 60 to 121 lbs. The male can occasionally weigh as much as 165 lbs and the female as light as 55 lbs. Their short body can measure from the head to the base of the tail 30 to 60 inches. Their tail is quite long at 31 to 39 inches.
  • Ruby-throated Hummingbird Female
  • Bobcats-Bobcat on the Hilltop
    The bobcat is a cat found in Northern America a little smaller than the Canada Lynx. And about twice the size of the domestic cat. The bobcat is a versatile predator that can be found in wooded areas, semidesert, urban areas, and swamps. It has black bars on its forelegs and a black-tipped, stubby tail, from which it comes its name.
  • Hudson Bay wolf (Canis lupus hudsonicus)
    Howling White Hudson Bay wolf (Canis lupus hudsonicus)
  • Maine Coon

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