Spread throughout three folders are the subcategories Animals – Assorted (A-G), (H-N), and (O-Z). These folders are home to about 70 images of animals that do not fall into any of the Picture Collection’s current animal subcategories (there are over 60 subcategories of Animals with thousand of pictures, from Apes and Monkeys to Zebras). Maybe if some of these adorable little creatures find a few more like themselves, they too will have the distinction of having their own folder. I would love to see a folder full of proud platypuses.
Galagos, commonly known as ‘Bush Babies’ and also called ‘Nagapies’–meaning “Little night monkeys” in Afrikaans
Making a rare appearance above ground, a common European mole prepares to burrow its way back into the security of a subsurface tunnel, using paddle-like appendages to scrape soil and push it rearward or up.
National Geographic, Volume 219, Issue Number 05, May 2011.
A Kinkajou’s pollen-dusted cheek tells of a late-night nectar binge in an Ochroma, or balsa, tree.
National Geographic, September 2005.