Other Animal Pictures
- Rock Hyrax 1 - a rock hyrax, seen from left, on a large basalt rock on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee.
- Rock Hyrax 2 - three rock hyraxes living among large basalt rocks on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee.
- Snail - close up of a Mediterranean snail with its eyes protracted, seen from front above on the sleeve of a child's cotton shirt in a sunny spring day.
- Bullfrog - close up of a Bullfrog on a log, seen from front. Picture by USFWS.
- Weasel - close up of a brown and white Weasel. Picture by USFWS.
- Tree Frog - close up of a green Tree Frog, seen from left. Picture by USFWS.
- Mongoose - a young mongoose leaning on a prickly pear cactus leaf.
- Giant Anteater - a Giant Anteater standing in a shallow pond.
- Pine Marten - close up of a cute wild Pine Marten, a weasel, looking at the camera. Picture by USFWS.
- Salamander - close up of a black Red Hills Salamander, seen from above. Picture by USFWS.
- Frog - close up of a brown frog, seen from left. Picture by USFWS.
- Yellow Frog - close up on a poisonous yellow frog.
- Suricate 1 - a suricate, standing on its hind legs.
- Suricate 2 - close up on a suricate, looking up.
- Guinea pig - a light brown guinea pig, with patches of white over and under its head.
- Otters - two otters, playing with each other.
- Black Rabbit - a black rabbit, seen from above.
- Frog on big leaf - a frog on a large round green water lily leaf, basking in the sun. Picture by Natasha Morozov.
- Two color mice - White mice and brown mice together on sawdust.
- Fat Desert Mouse - a close up of a cute looking Fat Desert Mouse.
- Family warmth - a family of six desert mice sticking to each other for warmth inside a hollow rock in a cold January day.
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