A gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus), which is endemic to Madagascar, shown here in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. They are some of the smallest primates, with a head and body length of just 4.7 to 5.5 inches (12 – 14 cm) and a tail length of 5.1 to 5.7 inches (13 – 14.5 cm). Their long, thin lower incisors and canines make for a great dental comb used for grooming.
Photographer Sergey Gorshkov watched theis grizzly bear tire herself out fishing for salmon in a river before taking a well-deserved break in the Kronotskiy Reserve, Kamchatka, Russia. Picture: Sergey Gorshkov/Solent
An orphaned baby elephant walks through mud as tourists take pictures at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Nursery within Nairobi National Park, near Kenya’s capital Nairobi. Picture: REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
Diamond rattlesnake In the U.S., the largest snake – is the diamond rattlesnake. It grows to a length of 2 meters. Diamond rattlesnake is considered among the most poisonous rattlesnake. The tip of its tail, as well as other members of the species of rattlesnakes, adorns the rattle of the hardened remnants of the old skin. (Photo by Fred LaBounty)
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