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Chachi was an all-around great guy, the type that would really go out on a limb for a friend. He advised me once that during life's scarier moments, the key is to look straight ahead and not look down. Smart.

Chachi was an all-around great guy, the type that would really go out on a limb for a friend. He advised me once that during life's scarier moments, the key is to look straight ahead and not look down. Smart.

The Thorny Devil of the Australian desert. Quite an interesting creature! (And they look a little bit like Toothless the dragon...)

The Thorny Devil of the Australian desert. Quite an interesting creature! (And they look a little bit like Toothless the dragon...)

See the Gray's monitor in the #LAIR. The Gray’s monitor is one of the largest lizards in Asia, growing up to five feet in length from the tip of its snout to the end of its tail and weighing up to 20 lbs.

See the Gray's monitor in the #LAIR. The Gray’s monitor is one of the largest lizards in Asia, growing up to five feet in length from the tip of its snout to the end of its tail and weighing up to 20 lbs.

«Вперед, мой верный конь». Автор фото — Эдуард Синяков: nat-geo.ru/photo/user/16687/

«Вперед, мой верный конь». Автор фото — Эдуард Синяков: nat-geo.ru/photo/user/16687/

A newt that resembles a Klingon from "Star Trek" and a snake with iridescent rainbow scales that calls to mind David Bowie's colorful extraterrestrial alter ego Ziggy Stardust are two of 163 new species recently discovered in Southeast Asia.  Amphibians, reptiles, plants and mammals that

A newt that resembles a Klingon from "Star Trek" and a snake with iridescent rainbow scales that calls to mind David Bowie's colorful extraterrestrial alter ego Ziggy Stardust are two of 163 new species recently discovered in Southeast Asia. Amphibians, reptiles, plants and mammals that

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