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This photo was courageously taken by Sylvia Mythen, a 70-year-old grandmother from Venice, Fl, who has apparently discovered the world’s first orange alligator.
“After sending the picture to her local news station she also contacted a biologist who believes the gator is really just half-albino. That said, he says he has never seen or heard of one. But Gary Morse from Florida Fish and Wildlife feels the orange color might be from some environmental element.”
But still…. it looks pretty cool to me.
“Take my claw if you want to live”
Two chameleons do their best impression of the Sistine Chapel ceiling fresco. :-D
And now, for your viewing pleasure, a chicken riding a tortoise.
This is good news for anyone with (or knows someone with) heart disease. Recent research is showing that the python’s heart, and the way it handles extreme periods of gorging and fasting, may reveal new methods of treatment, and offer relief for cardiac diseased patients everywhere.
Meet Oleander, the recently-named, new albino alligator at the National Aquarium in Washington D.C. This is the first time an albino alligator has been on display in any metropolitan zoo.
These pictures of the adorable baby turtles were taken at a farm near Brisbane, Australia.
Watching this chameleon change colors in real time is really, very cool.