Wild and domestic.
Tired dog using a tree for a pillow.
They’re so soft.
A pair of side-blotched lizards getting ready to mate. Males have different colors that females use to select a mate.
Grasshoppers have unique courtship rituals.
Goats are one of the best features of the county fair.
The proper name is gull, bird enthusiasts can be picky.
Brown pelicans are common in Southern California.
Hungry crocodile waiting for a meal.
An Eastern painted turtle finding a sunny spot in the grass.
This large moth feeds on flower nectar.
A foot long gecko found in an abandoned fort.
A bluebottle fly on a green leaf.
A garter snake slithering through the lawn.
Animated GIF of a horse mleming.
Her name is Donkey and she likes to hunt.
Bees secrete royal jelly to feed the queen bee larvae. Royal jelly is collected and sold as a dietary supplement.
Worker honey bees feed the queen bee larvae more royal jelly throughout development.
Apiaries are common in Vietnam where honey bees collect pollen from coffee blossoms and other tropical flowers.
This thing ate my tomato plant. The Luna moth caterpillar needs a lot of food to become one of the largest moths in North America.
The golden orb-weaver spider is about the size of a human hand and not dangerous. The spider in the photo is missing a leg.
Mother cow blup at the fair.
Southern Yellow cattle are common in Vietnam.
Seals like to rest in the Southern California sunshine. They don’t seem to mind people.
Seals have most of the beach to themselves today. I’m sure people aren’t too far away.
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