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A critically endangered, six-week-old female baby gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo.

A critically endangered, six-week-old female baby gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo. #joelsartore #photoark #beautiful #photooftheday #baby #endangered

A critically endangered, six-week-old female baby gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo.

Conheça 10 dos animais mais raros do mundo - Mega Curioso

Conheça 10 dos animais mais raros do mundo

Armoured Catfish

Armored Catfish Invading South Florida Lakes — Hard to Kill and Hard to Deal With

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Cheetah: It's as fast as to km/h. Small head, and thin body, but yet tall and long. An animal built to run like the wind.

Real(Mislabeled) -  Pinned as a White Mongoose -  This is actually a Stoat (Mustela erminea) and the cropped photo was taken in Minnesota by Kurt16 on Flickr. The name Ermine is usually used in reference to the all white winter coat of a Stoat. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoat

Labeled in various places as a white mongoose. I think it is an ermine, or white weasel.

Okapi - It looks like a zebra cross, but its closest relative is a giraffe. Okapis are native to the Congo.

The okapi is a mammal native to the Ituri Rainforest, located in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in Central Africa. Although the okapi bears striped markings similar to zebra, it is most closely related to the giraffe.

bush baby | Mammalia - Primates | gotta love the expression

bush babies or nagapies (meaning "little night monkeys" in Afrikaans) -are small, nocturnal primates native to continental Africa, and make up the family Galagidae (also sometimes called Galagonidae).

Aye-aye kindof ugly but its part of the prosimian family ( go to college to study all primates even this guy)

The Philadelphia Zoo recently witnessed the birth of a baby Aye-aye, a rare type of lemur found in Madagascar.

Imperador Tamerin "Sim, bem, você precisa de um corte de cabelo também!"  por Cecelia

"I have the most awesome mustache of ANY animal, anywhere!" said the mustachioed monkey.

It may be hard to believe that aye-ayes are even primates! But they are related to us! From Madagascar, aye-ayes are a lemur species that grow to be 14-17 inches and weigh 4-6 pounds. They are the largest of the nocturnal primates. Their large eyes afford great night vision, large ears allow them to hear what they cannot see in the dark, and super long fingers provide great grip. A few other physical adaptations that make them unique among primates. Read more >

Aye-ayes can only be found on the island of Madagascar.

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