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Nudibranchs of Anilao

Sunday 16 February 2014

The nudibranch is a group of soft-bodied, marine gastropod mollusks which shed their shell after their larval stage.  They have astonishing colors and striking forms. There are more than 3,000 described species of nudibranchs.  This short film by Dustin Adamson of Ocean Shutter focuses on the nudibranchs of Anilao in the Philippines.  The close-up macro shots are simply stunning. Enjoy!

Dawn the Rescue Fox Wags her Tail and Makes Happy Sounds

This is Dawn – a rescued fox.  She was very young when she was discovered by members of the public and they took her to a dog rescue center.  By the time it was realised she was, in fact, a dog she had become too tame to be ever put back in the wild.

However, she was taken to the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary in the UK where she quickly made herself at home with the five other resident foxes there.  In this video one of her carers enters her enclosed area and the sounds of welcome – together with the amazing wagging of her bushy tail – are a joy to behold.

Despite the fact that the video is not high resolution this has gone viral.  Yet we wouldn’t be a responsible site about animals if we didn’t slip in a quick statement.  Foxes are not animals which can be domesticated – although they can bond with individuals they are way too volatile to be around strangers.  In other words, pet foxes are pretty much a recipe for disaster. So, while Dawn is cute and adorable she would have had a much better life in the wild.

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