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Cuba: The Accidental Eden

An adult Eleutherodactylus iberia, the smallest frog in the northern hemisphere, rests on a thumbnail. This tiny frog is found only in two regions of Cuba.

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Love in the Animal Kingdom

Love in the Animal Kingdom: Mountain Gorillas (Gorilla beringei) in Rwanda, Africa - photo by Andy Rouse/Naturepl ... from PBS

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Saving Otter 501

This lovely little lady is ready for her close up! Say hello to Otter 502, and meet her friend 501 on @PBS Nature (Photo: Randy Wilder/Monteray Bay Aquarium)

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Echo: An Elephant to Remember

Altruism in animals - elephants are altruistic creatures. This relates to The Selfish Gene as the book focuses on altruism as a main aspect of evolution and natural selection. Could translate this into an aesthetic design.

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The Animal House

The Animal House - The Incredible Termite Mound - forever-evolving cities, made from the simplest materials. Working independently, without any coordinator or blueprint to reference, they construct temperature-controlled environments that include elaborate ventilation and cooling systems, and specialized chambers that store food, contain fungal gardens, hold eggs, and house the egg-producing queen. More ...

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Animal Odd Couples

Jack, a 16-year-old goat, formed an touching relationship with Charlie, a blind 40-year-old horse. Jack essentially became Charlie’s eyes, and would lead him around the ranch property where they both lived.

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Dogs That Changed The World

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Love in the Animal Kingdom

The Kagu shows off his "strut" (and fantastic hair do!) when courting a possible love interest. See how animals dance, sing, flirt, and compete with everything they’ve got to find and secure a mate w/ @Patti B B Stamp Nature ! (photo: Jame Mair/BBC)