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A male pine warbler perched on an icy branch (© Rolf Nussbaumer Photography/Alamy)

A male pine warbler perched on an icy branch (© Rolf Nussbaumer Photography/Alamy)

A great gray owl on the hunt  | Country: United States United Kingdom Deutsch Canada Australia France ...

A great gray owl on the hunt | Country: United States United Kingdom Deutsch Canada Australia France ...

Bing Image Archive: American white pelican in flight, Red River, Lockport, Manitoba, Canada (© Ken Gillespie/Corbis)(Bing United Kingdom)

Bing Image Archive: American white pelican in flight, Red River, Lockport, Manitoba, Canada (© Ken Gillespie/Corbis)(Bing United Kingdom)

Check Details: Puffins (© Nicram Sabod/Shutterstock)(Bing United States)

Check Details: Puffins (© Nicram Sabod/Shutterstock)(Bing United States)

Bing Image Archive: Canada geese fly though Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada (© Paul Horsley/Corbis)(Bing Canada)

Bing Image Archive: Canada geese fly though Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada (© Paul Horsley/Corbis)(Bing Canada)

Humpback whale in Cierva Cove, Antarctica (© Robert Harding World Imagery/Offset)(Bing United States)

Humpback whale in Cierva Cove, Antarctica (© Robert Harding World Imagery/Offset)(Bing United States)

Striped skunk kit smelling a wildflower - Pop culture has a long history of ironic portrayals of skunks, including Flower, the sweet-natured friend of Bambi, and the clueless lothario Pepe Le Pew. The comedic angle for most of these renditions leans on our collective fear of the skunk’s musk, which not only smells terrible and is difficult to wash off, but can burn the eyes of any predator who gets too close. Striped skunks can spray their musk effectively as far as 12 feet.

Striped skunk kit smelling a wildflower - Pop culture has a long history of ironic portrayals of skunks, including Flower, the sweet-natured friend of Bambi, and the clueless lothario Pepe Le Pew. The comedic angle for most of these renditions leans on our collective fear of the skunk’s musk, which not only smells terrible and is difficult to wash off, but can burn the eyes of any predator who gets too close. Striped skunks can spray their musk effectively as far as 12 feet.

Picture of the day for September 19 2016 at by Bing; Red-lored amazons in Ecuador ( Pete Oxford/Minden Pictures)

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