Thor

My dog Thor when he was a puppy.

Mandrill

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Mandril

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Gorilla

Great looking gorilla

Orangutan

Orangutan

Orangutan

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazzas Monkey

Black-crested Macaques

Chimp

Chimp

Chimp

Chimp

Chimp

Lion-tailed macaque

Lion-tailed macaque

Lion-tailed macaque

Lion-tailed macaque

Lion-tailed macaque

Lion-tailed macaque

Lion-tailed macaque

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

White Gibbon

Black Gibbon

Black Gibbon

Red Panda

herbivorous carnivoran

Red Panda

herbivorous carnivoran

Red Panda

herbivorous carnivoran

Red Panda

herbivorous carnivoran

Red Panda

herbivorous carnivoran

Chimp

baby chimp

Chimp

baby chimp

Chimp

baby chimp

Chimp

baby chimp

Hamadryan baboon

Hamadryan baboon

Golden Monkey

Golden Monkey

Golden Monkey

Copper Titi

Patas Monkey

Patas Monkey

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion

Female Lion

Female Lion

Female Lion

Female Lion

Female Lion

Female Lion

Lion Painting

Lion Painting

Lion Painting

Lion Painting

Lion Painting

Lion Painting

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Cheetah

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear Playing

Brown Bear

Bear

Polar Bear

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Tundra Wolf

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Hyena

Fox

Fox

Fox

Fox

Fox

Fox

Fox

Fox

Fox

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Fox

Fox

Fox

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Zebra baby

Zebra baby

Okapi

"The okapi /oʊˈkɑːpiː/ (Okapia johnstoni), is a giraffid artiodactyl mammal native to the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Central Africa. Although the okapi bears striped markings reminiscent of zebras, it is most closely related to the giraffe. The okapi and the giraffe are the only living members of the family Giraffidae. The okapi stands 1.5 m (4.9 ft) at the shoulder. The average body length is about 2.5 m (8.2 ft). Their weight ranges from 200 to 350 kg (440 to 770 lb). It has a long neck, and large and flexible ears. The coat is a chocolate to reddish brown, much in contrast with the white horizontal stripes and rings on the legs and white ankles. Male okapis have short, hair-covered horns called ossicones, less than 15 cm (5.9 in) in length. Females possess hair whorls,and ossicones are absent. Okapi are primarily diurnal, and might be active for a few hours in darkness.Okapi are essentially solitary, coming together only to breed.Okapis are herbivores, feeding on tree leaves and buds, grasses, ferns, fruits, and fungi. Rut in males and estrus in females does not depend on the season. In captivity, estrous cycles recur every 15 days.The gestational period is around 440 to 450 days long, following which usually a single calf is born. The juveniles are kept in hiding, and nursing takes place infrequently. Juveniles start taking solid food from three months, and weaning takes place at six months. Okapi inhabit canopy forests at altitudes of 500–1,500 m (1,600–4,900 ft). They are endemic to the tropical forests of Zaire. The okapi occur across central, northern and eastern Democratic republic of Congo. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) classifies the okapi as Endangered. Major threats include habitat loss due to logging and human settlement. Extensive hunting for bushmeat and skin and illegal mining have also led to fall in populations. The Okapi Conservation Project was established in 1987 for protecting okapi populations." Wiki

Giraffe Portrait

Gerenuk

"The gerenuk /ˈɡɛrɛnuːk/, Litocranius walleri, also known as the Waller's gazelle, is a long-necked species of antelope found in dry thorn shrubland and desert in the Horn of Africa and the African Great Lakes region. The word gerenuk comes from the word in the Somali language, Garanuug, meaning "giraffe-necked". Gerenuk are sometimes also called the giraffe-necked antelope. It is the sole member of the genus Litocranius." Wiki

Gerenuk

"The gerenuk /ˈɡɛrɛnuːk/, Litocranius walleri, also known as the Waller's gazelle, is a long-necked species of antelope found in dry thorn shrubland and desert in the Horn of Africa and the African Great Lakes region. The word gerenuk comes from the word in the Somali language, Garanuug, meaning "giraffe-necked". Gerenuk are sometimes also called the giraffe-necked antelope. It is the sole member of the genus Litocranius." Wiki

Elk

Elk

Elk

Elk

Elk

Elk

Elk

Marmot

Marmot

Marmot at Mt. Rainier

Marmot

Marmot at Rocky Mountain National Park

Porcupine

"Porcupines are rodents with a coat of sharp spines, or quills, that protect them against predators. The term covers two families of animals, the Old World porcupines and New World porcupines. Both families belong to the Hystricognathi branch of the vast order Rodentia, both display similar coats of quills, but they still are quite different and are not closely related. The Old World porcupines live in southern Europe, Asia (western as well as southern), and most of Africa. They are large, terrestrial, and strictly nocturnal. In taxonomic terms they form the family of the Hystricidae. The New World porcupines are indigenous to North America and northern South America. They live in wooded areas and can climb on trees, where some species spend their entire lives. They are less strictly nocturnal than their Old World relatives, and generally smaller. In taxonomic terms they form the family of the Erethizontidae. Porcupines are the third largest of the rodents, behind the capybara and the beaver. Most porcupines are about 25–36 in (64–91 cm) long, with an 8–10 in (20–25 cm) long tail.[dubious – discuss] Weighing 12–35 lb (5.4–15.9 kg), they are rounded, large and slow. Porcupines come in various shades of brown, gray, and the unusual white. Porcupines' spiny protection resembles that of the unrelated erinaceomorph." Wiki

Porcupine

"Porcupines are rodents with a coat of sharp spines, or quills, that protect them against predators. The term covers two families of animals, the Old World porcupines and New World porcupines. Both families belong to the Hystricognathi branch of the vast order Rodentia, both display similar coats of quills, but they still are quite different and are not closely related. The Old World porcupines live in southern Europe, Asia (western as well as southern), and most of Africa. They are large, terrestrial, and strictly nocturnal. In taxonomic terms they form the family of the Hystricidae. The New World porcupines are indigenous to North America and northern South America. They live in wooded areas and can climb on trees, where some species spend their entire lives. They are less strictly nocturnal than their Old World relatives, and generally smaller. In taxonomic terms they form the family of the Erethizontidae. Porcupines are the third largest of the rodents, behind the capybara and the beaver. Most porcupines are about 25–36 in (64–91 cm) long, with an 8–10 in (20–25 cm) long tail.[dubious – discuss] Weighing 12–35 lb (5.4–15.9 kg), they are rounded, large and slow. Porcupines come in various shades of brown, gray, and the unusual white. Porcupines' spiny protection resembles that of the unrelated erinaceomorph." Wiki

Mongoose

"Mongoose is the popular English name for 29 of 34[2] species in the 14 genera of the family Herpestidae, which are small carnivorans that are native to southern Eurasia and mainland Africa. The other five species in the family are the four kusimanses in the genus Crossarchus, and the only species in the genus Suricata: Suricata suricatta, commonly called meerkat in English. Six species in family Eupleridae, endemic to the island of Madagascar, are also called "mongoose" and were originally classified as a genus within the Herpestidae family, but genetic evidence has since shown that they are more closely related to other Madagascar carnivorans in the family Eupleridae; they have, since 2006, been classified in the subfamily Galidiinae within Eupleridae. Herpestidae belong to the suborder Feliformia, together with the cat, hyena and civet families." Wiki

Warthog

"The common warthog or warthog (Phacochoerus africanus) is a wild member of the pig family (Suidae) found in grassland, savanna, and woodland in sub-Saharan Africa. In the past, it was commonly treated as a subspecies of P. aethiopicus, but today that scientific name is restricted to the desert warthog of northern Kenya, Somalia, and eastern Ethiopia. The common name comes from the four large, wart-like protrusions found on the head of the warthog, which serve as a fat reserve and are used for defense when males fight. The generic name is a compound of 'phaco-' and 'choerus' meaning 'wart' and 'hog'. Afrikaans-speaking people call the animal vlakvark, meaning "pig of the plains"." Wiki

San Diego Seal

San Diego Seal

San Diego Seal

San Diego Seal

San Diego Seal

San Diego Seal

San Diego Seal

San Diego Seal

Hippo

Hippo

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit eats lunch

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Rabbit

Backyard rabbit

Jump!

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

"I pledge allegiance to nuts and berries."

Squirrel

"I pledge allegiance to nuts and berries."

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Hike!

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Squirrel

Ram

Ram

Ram

Ram

Ram

Ram

Ram

Sheep

Sheep

Sheep

Sheep

Llama

My beautiful wife, Jackie

My beautiful wife, Jackie

My daughter Suzie at 7

Suzie in 1979 at 5 years old

Jimmy the Jeweler

Our friend Linda

Me

Arthur

Arthur

Arthur

Jim the model builder

Jim the model builder

Jim the model builder

Comedic Steve

Comedic Steve

Our dog Loki

Lulu

Alligator

Alligator

Alligator

Albino Alligator

Albino Alligator

Albino Alligator

Sal

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

Thor

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

Our dog Loki

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Marmot Eat Lupine

I saw this marmot on a hike near Mt Rainier. I wondered if he would eat the Lupine, and he did.

Marmot Eat Lupine

I saw this marmot on a hike near Mt Rainier. I wondered if he would eat the Lupine, and he did.

Marmot Eat Lupine

I saw this marmot on a hike near Mt Rainier. I wondered if he would eat the Lupine, and he did.

Marmot Eat Lupine

I saw this marmot on a hike near Mt Rainier. I wondered if he would eat the Lupine, and he did.

Marmot Eat Lupine

I saw this marmot on a hike near Mt Rainier. I wondered if he would eat the Lupine, and he did.

Bella

Our new puppy Bella at 6 mo. She's a 7 lb bundle of joy!

Bella

Our new puppy Bella at 6 mo. She's a 7 lb bundle of joy!

Bella

Our new puppy Bella at 6 mo. She's a 7 lb bundle of joy!