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Snuggling, it's about 39 degrees out.

Snuggling, it's about 39 degrees out.

Prowling - Minus 17 Degrees Celsis neither were a problem for the lynx nor for my equipment. But don´t ask me....

Prowling - Minus 17 Degrees Celsis neither were a problem for the lynx nor for my equipment. But don´t ask me....

Tree Huggin D1706 by Wes and Dotty Weber | Photograph | This Siberian tiger was photographed a little after sunrise when the temperature had just started to warm up. It was still around 7-9 degrees.

Tree Huggin D1706

Tree Huggin D1706 by Wes and Dotty Weber | Photograph | This Siberian tiger was photographed a little after sunrise when the temperature had just started to warm up. It was still around 7-9 degrees.

* * KITTEH: " Ands de day makes yoo goes aways."

21 Best Pics of All Time of the Week #21

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope photographed three magnificent sections of the Veil Nebula -- the shattered remains of a supernova that exploded thousands of years ago. This series of images provides beautifully detailed views of the delicate, wispy structure resulting from this cosmic explosion. The Veil Nebula is one of the most spectacular supernova remnants in the sky. The entire shell spans about 3 degrees on the sky, corresponding to about 6 full moons.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope photographed three magnificent sections of the Veil Nebula -- the shattered remains of a supernova that exploded thousands of years ago. This series of images provides beautifully detailed views of the delicate, wispy structure resulting from this cosmic explosion. The Veil Nebula is one of the most spectacular supernova remnants in the sky. The entire shell spans about 3 degrees on the sky, corresponding to about 6 full moons.

Margay Cat - Very rare, often confused with an ocelot, this is the only cat whose hind legs rotate 180 degrees, allowing them to run headfirst down trees.

Margay Cat - Very rare, often confused with an ocelot, this is the only cat whose hind legs rotate 180 degrees, allowing them to run headfirst down trees.

what someone from LA looks like when it dips below 60 degrees. (Or Dubai!)

what someone from LA looks like when it dips below 60 degrees. (Or Dubai!)

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