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This is a yellow-headed jawfish male that incubates its eggs (or its brood) in its mouth. That’s right–the male carries the babies. In the beginning, the jawfish is able to swallow the eggs, keeping them hidden, and occasionally spits them out to grab a bite, then sucks them back in, all in one gulp. It is fascinating to watch, and quite a challenge. The challenge gets tougher as the brood develops and gets larger. What was so sweet though was that after about an hour of observation with…

This is a yellow-headed jawfish male that incubates its eggs (or its brood) in its mouth. That’s right–the male carries the babies. In the beginning, the jawfish is able to swallow the eggs, keeping them hidden, and occasionally spits them out to grab a bite, then sucks them back in, all in one gulp. It is fascinating to watch, and quite a challenge. The challenge gets tougher as the brood develops and gets larger. What was so sweet though was that after about an hour of observation with…

Researchers say that only 100 blue-winged Amazons, which have distinctive markings and a unique call, exist in the wild. Read more at smithsonianmag.com | Wild Animals | Birds | Science | Discovery | Amazon |

New Species of Amazon Parrot Discovered in Mexico

Researchers say that only 100 blue-winged Amazons, which have distinctive markings and a unique call, exist in the wild. Read more at smithsonianmag.com | Wild Animals | Birds | Science | Discovery | Amazon |

"Dormice are an endangered species and mainly found in the southern counties of Britain. They can spend up to three quarters of their life asleep!"

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"Dormice are an endangered species and mainly found in the southern counties of Britain. They can spend up to three quarters of their life asleep!"

That Is Beautiful, Horrifying And Fascinating All At Once

That Is Beautiful, Horrifying And Fascinating All At Once

Brahmin Moth, before & after. The catapiller is creepy but the moth is beautiful

Tawny Frogmouth

The Tawny Frogmouth (Podargus strigoides) is an Australian species of frogmouth. The Tawny Frogmouth is often mistaken for an owl. Frogmouths are not predatory birds.

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