Carbon Counterparts

This blog is dedicated to the creatures we share this Earth with. Enjoy :)

angrychocolatefiend:

betweenelsewherenevermore:

burdenofeclecticism:

this is the single best post on tumblr

I want all the animals

is the Siamese riding the husky sidesaddle?

(Source: catsbeaversandducks, via fuckyeahfuncats)

Belka(Alaskan Malamute/Siberian Husky),our 20 day old pup howling

(Source: youtube.com)

tumblingtheology:

Well, that was unexpected.

tumblingtheology:

Well, that was unexpected.

(Source: yodiscrepo, via tiny-creatures)

magicalnaturetour:

Under the Sheets (by torode) ~ Sweet Dreams beautiful friends ♥

magicalnaturetour:

Under the Sheets (by torode) ~ Sweet Dreams beautiful friends ♥

(via tiny-creatures)

funnywildlife:

Catch of the day by Yoshinao Tanaka
tiny-creatures:

Milk frog / Trachycephalus resinifictrix by Reptiles4all on Flickr.
llbwwb:

Hello :) (via 500px / “Adés” by Cédric Goffinet)
tiny-creatures:

Oriental Small Clawed Otter (aonyx cinerea) 13/04/14 by Dave Hunt Photography on Flickr.
libutron:

Black-naped Monarch Flycatcher (Black-naped Blue Flycatcher)
Hypothymis azurea (Passeriformes - Monarchidae) is a species of Southeast Asia with many subspecies. It is sexually dimorphic, males being blue and with collar on lower throat and nuchal patch black; females are duller and lacks the black markings.
The nest of the Black-naped Monarch Flycatcher is a deep compact cup of fibre and bark-like material, as well as fungal hyphal clumps, cob webs, spider eggs sacks and cocoon silk which is used as an anchorage material for attaching green moss.
Nest building is done by both male and female parents, although it has been reported to be predominantly done by the female. Brooding and feeding of the chicks is done by both parents.
References: [1] - [2] - [3]
Photo credit: ©Henry Koh
Locality: Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand

libutron:

Black-naped Monarch Flycatcher (Black-naped Blue Flycatcher)

Hypothymis azurea (Passeriformes - Monarchidae) is a species of Southeast Asia with many subspecies. It is sexually dimorphic, males being blue and with collar on lower throat and nuchal patch black; females are duller and lacks the black markings.

The nest of the Black-naped Monarch Flycatcher is a deep compact cup of fibre and bark-like material, as well as fungal hyphal clumps, cob webs, spider eggs sacks and cocoon silk which is used as an anchorage material for attaching green moss.

Nest building is done by both male and female parents, although it has been reported to be predominantly done by the female. Brooding and feeding of the chicks is done by both parents.

References: [1] - [2] - [3]

Photo credit: ©Henry Koh

Locality: Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand

(via tiny-creatures)