ZOOLOGY BY JEREMY ZOLA
BACHELOR OF ZOOLOGY. HAS WORKED WITH WILDCATS, WOLVES, BIRDS OF PREY, AND SEA TURTLES - AMONGST MANY OTHER ANIMALS, EXOTIC AND DOMESTIC. THIS BLOG SERVES AS AN OUTLET FOR MY ENDLESS CURIOSITY FOR THE NATURAL WORLD AND IS MEANT TO BE INTERACTIVE - I ACCEPT SUBMISSIONS, REQUESTS, AND QUESTIONS.
Friday, March 9
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Hopper or Phrictus quinqueparitus

Hopper or Phrictus quinqueparitus

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reblogged via entomophilia
Saturday, August 6
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Lyssa macleayi Swallowtail Moth. (The Flying Kiwi)

Lyssa macleayi Swallowtail Moth. (The Flying Kiwi)

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Saturday, May 28
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A Praying Mantis spreads its wings in Virginia. (National Geographic)

A Praying Mantis spreads its wings in Virginia. (National Geographic)

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Friday, May 27
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Soaring Bat

Soaring Bat

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Saturday, May 7
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Draco also known as Flying Dragons is a genus of agamid lizard from South and Southeast Asia. The ribs and their connecting  membrane can be extended to create a wing, the hindlimbs are flattened  and wing-like in cross-section, and a small set of flaps on the neck  serve as a horizontal stabilizer. While not capable of powered flight they often obtain lift in the course  of their gliding flights. Glides as long as 60m have been recorded,  over which the animal loses only 10m in height, which is quite some  distance, considering that one of these lizards is only around 20 cm  long. (Wiki.)

Draco also known as Flying Dragons is a genus of agamid lizard from South and Southeast Asia. The ribs and their connecting membrane can be extended to create a wing, the hindlimbs are flattened and wing-like in cross-section, and a small set of flaps on the neck serve as a horizontal stabilizer. While not capable of powered flight they often obtain lift in the course of their gliding flights. Glides as long as 60m have been recorded, over which the animal loses only 10m in height, which is quite some distance, considering that one of these lizards is only around 20 cm long. (Wiki.)

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