Skeleton of the squirrel, showing its relation to the body Check out that skull and those teeth - the family Sciuridae is more closely related to beavers, dormice, and porcupines, than they are to your average household rodent, despite looking like “fancy-dress rats”. The skull is often a key differentiating factor for comparative zoologists. The design of the inner ear and teeth/jaws can often point to a very different (and much more accurate) classification of a species than ...
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Rabbit Skeleton how cute is this critter?!
Hey! As you can tell this is my first time doing this... So I need 8 people (I am the light blue) but it be so fun to have your guys ocs with mine
"The real true emotions that need to be expressed are in the body, trying to move up and be expressed and thereby integrated, made whole, and healed." -Candace Pert, PhD article 'Where Do You Store Your Emotions?'
Manga Papa hat kleine Tochter auf dem Arm, Mama kichert