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My weekly spread. I‘m painting a lot of bugs at the moment - so the bug is my animal of the week 🐞

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#animaloftheweek This little cutie is looking for a forever home. He is up for adoption at the Crestwood Animal Shelter. This Animal Shelter is a no kill Shelter solely based on volunteers only. We hope to spread the word about this place and their adorable animals. Every other week we will be promoting one of their animals! So stay tuned for more :) @crestwoodmo.animal.shelter (For more information and other animals up for adoption click the link in my bio)

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Our Animal of the Week is the only known frog species to demonstrate monogamy! Male and female imitating poison dart frogs that mate stay together for their entire lives.

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#AnimaloftheWeek: Deinosuchus These crocodylians grew to be upwards of 36 feet (11 meters) in length and 6 tons in weight. Despite its size, it is believed to have looked very similar in appearance to the modern American Alligator. During its time, its size likely made #Deinosuchus the apex predator of rivers and estuaries in areas that would one day be North America. In fact, markings on dinosaur fossils match the teeth of , implying that even dinosaurs were prey to this beast. Three total species of this genus have been described, with the largest species being found in Texas. It was believed to have lived about 80 to 73 million years ago. #crocs #paleobiology

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Aren’t these little bubs just the cutest? They’re Australian quokkas to be exact— and today we’re going to teach you a little bit more about them! Did you know that Australian quokkas are known for being super friendly to humans? Well, now you know! If you search up Australian quokkas on google, you’ll find countless pictures of them having selfies with people! It’s plain adorable! But sadly, the Australian quokkas are also a vulnerable species on the not extinct to extinct scale, meaning that their population is decreasing, but their not quite in the endangered zone yet. So, how can you let these little cute bubs survive? You can donate to an organization that helps endangered species in Australia, and help against poaching! Now onto some physical facts! They are in the mammalia class, meaning they’re mammals, and they’re in the animalia kingdom! They can also be 40-50 cm long, and they weigh an average 2.5-5 kilograms! Also, when female quokkas give birth, they are also called a Joey! Sound familiar? Well, it’s because kangaroo babies are also called joeys! A female quokka can have an average of 17 joeys over her lifetime— pretty impressive! We hope you learned more about the quokka! This is Hope, loggin off! 🌺———————————🌺 📸: @google Written by: Hope 🌿 contact me! personal: @hopethedoglover gmail: see second post 💞 🌺———————————🌺

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Our Animal of the Week is the red-capped cardinal! They get their name from the bright red feathers on their heads–or caps–that signify they’re adults. Chicks have brown-feathered caps, but grow red feathers after their first molt.

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