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Tiny creatures

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apples
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Dec30-06, 07:07 AM
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Oh man, I love a chinchilla's fur.
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Dec30-06, 09:37 AM
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Oh man, I love a chinchilla's fur.
Yes, it's beautiful. It's just too sad that my country held almost 50% of the world chinchilla fur production some time ago.
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Oh man, I love a chinchilla's fur.
Yes, and it looks best on a chinchilla.
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Dec30-06, 11:56 AM
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Is that a baby chinchilla or an adult? The proportion of the head makes it look like it is not fully grown.
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Is that a baby chinchilla or an adult? The proportion of the head makes it look like it is not fully grown.
Definitelly,looks like a baby.
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Chinchillas do have large heads.

A thread about cute, tiny creatures, and not a single pic of a water bear?!



Awww...look at that cutie!

http://brainew.com/e/ezboard.cgi/db=...f=200312290000
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Chinchillas are so adorable! They look sort of like a cross between a rabbit and a squirrel.

I hope my sister sends me pictures of the new addition to their family...a little bunny (a miniature lop). Not that I don't think she's nuts to add another animal to her small house, but bunnies are so cute. And, my nephew named it Pickles (my sister had named it Nibbles...so original ...but my nephew kept calling it Pickles, so that finally stuck, and I think it's a MUCH better name than Nibbles ). Hmm...probably a good thing I didn't visit for Christmas and bring the cat along.
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Is that a baby chinchilla or an adult? The proportion of the head makes it look like it is not fully grown.
Actually, she's fully grown. She's over a year old.
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Chinchillas do have large heads.

A thread about cute, tiny creatures, and not a single pic of a water bear?!



Awww...look at that cutie!

http://brainew.com/e/ezboard.cgi/db=...f=200312290000
That is really, really COOL! I can't stop watching the video! I have never seen one of these before.
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Awww...they had a chinchilla at Petco tonight. Three bunnies too. So cute! Someone had a little puppy there too. There were too many people over by the area where they adopt out puppies and kittens though, so I didn't peek in to see what was over there.
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Yes, and it looks best on a chinchilla.
I agree.

Aww man, every time I click on Submit Reply, it says your message is too short.
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Water Bears are cute!
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Nov14-07, 07:15 PM
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One more for my collection of itty bitty critters:


I found this in a gallery of photos of Zoo Babies.
http://www.boston.com/travel/gallery/zoo_babies
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Nov14-07, 07:26 PM
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OMG!!!! That is so adorable!!!! It's so precious!!!
Pythagorean
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Nov14-07, 08:04 PM
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what about the water bear?

Evo
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Nov14-07, 08:17 PM
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what about the water bear?

Uhm. There's something about the snout...
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Nov14-07, 10:25 PM
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OMG!!!! That is so adorable!!!! It's so precious!!!
It's hard to imagine that a turtle's reptilian features could be "neotonized" - but they definitely are. That's a cute widdle turtle!

My neighbor has some turtles that started out about the size of silver dollars but now they are monsters. Every time they get a bigger aquarium they grow into it.
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Nov14-07, 11:06 PM
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Sense your so sweet MIH, I found a pair of tiny critters for you!

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/81/21...c77e43.jpg?v=0


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