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Yellow-Spotted Rock Hyrax
is a species of Hyrax native to the savannas and rocky areas in Eastern Africa. Although the hyrax may look like a rodent or lagromorph they are actually closely related to manatees and elephants, due to similarities in teeth, feet and leg bones. Hyraxes live in colonies of around 50 individuals and take shelter in crevices in rocks or boulders. Like their pachyderm relatives they have a diet of mostly small grasses but have known to eat eggs and small reptiles. Although they are the sole species in their genus, they have 25 distinct subspecies.
*also hyraxes were once the size of oxen
Carl Sagan - Pale Blue Dot
"There’s really no point in doing anything in life, because it’s all over in the blink of an eye. The next thing you know, rigor mortis sets in. Oh, how the good die young."
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Great Spotted Woodpe Amazing World
A pair of these live in my garden :)
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