A Russian zoo is home to a unique animal - the liger. It is half-lioness, half-tiger. Mother Zita is pictured licking her one month old liliger cub
I DON’T GIVE A SHIT WHAT YOU CALL IT LOOK AT HER HAPPY LITTLE FACE IN THE LAST PICTURES SHE’S SO PROUD OF HER LIL CUB AND HER SPOTS AND SHE’S GOTTA BE TOUGH MOMMA WHEN THE BABY’S LOOKING BUT AS SOON AS THEY TURN AROUND, SHE’S LIKE,
":3 Look at it. I made a thing. I made a rly good thing. :3"
SO NAPOLEON DYNAMITE WAS RIGHT THERE ARE LIGERS
^ how idiot are you that you’ve never heard of tigons and ligers?
That’s it, it’s coming down! Grumpy tiger fed up with Halloween tries to tear down pumpkin dangling from tree. Photos by BPNS via dailymail ~ Success ! She finally got it and swam off to play with her prize :) x
The Siberian Flying Squirrel photographed by Masatsugu Ohashi can be found in Russia, China, and Japan, as well as a few other countries. They tend to live in spruce, cider, or pine trees and they depend on the trees for their housing and food. Siberian flying squirrels are currently listed as near threatened and they are rapidly decreasing due to deforestation of the trees they so fully rely on [text source]