Lynxing Along

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Lynxing Along
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What makes a lynx squee? I'm glad you asked. Large floofy paws, floppy ears, and a fluffy stub of a tail!

-Sally Squeeps

Tarsier in the Dark

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Tarsier in the Dark View Fullscreen
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Tarsiers are afraid of the dark. That's why they have such big eyes and ears, so that nothing can sneak up on them.

-Sally Squeeps

Squee Spree: I'm All Ears

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Squee Spree: I'm All Ears
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Zoologists say that Sand Cat's big ears help to dissipate heat and detect prey scurrying along the sand. My personal theory is they also help them hear our mighty squees!

-Sally Squeeps

Newborn Bush Babies

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Newborn Bush Babies
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These newborn Bush Babies are curious and ready to explore the world. If you have any advice for them, they're all ears!

  • Sally Squeeps

C'Mere, Kit!

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C'Mere, Kit!
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I'm gonna stash you in my purse and you're coming home with me!