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libutron:

Oman Ghost Gecko - Hemidactylus lemurinus
Commonly known as Oman Ghost Gecko, Hemidactylus lemurinus (Gekkonidae) is a species of gecko only found in southern Yemen and Oman. This species seems to be strictly nocturnal and is only found on very large water-smoothed white marble bounders in the bottom of wadis. They are very adept at climbing in this slippery habitat.
The specific name lemurinus comes from the Latin “lemures”, the ghosts or spectres.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Drew Gardner | Locality: Dhofar, Oman (2009)
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Wildlife photographer Nicolas Reusens spent hours crouched in a cave in Costa Rica, often up to his knees in water, to take this photo of a jumping frog

Picture: NICOLAS REUSENS / CATERS NEWS (via Pictures of the day: 22 August 2014 - Telegraph)
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trynottodrown:

Sweet Dreams | Giovanni Mari
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Moose - Grand Teton National Park by robarmstrongllc http://ift.tt/YQ7rO0
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loveforallbears:

fuck-yeah-bears: Alaskan brown bear sow & cub by D. Robert Franz
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donwhitetigertales:

Skink on frog action. Yeah, baby.
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