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Despite having fresh water in a clean bowl everyday, this is the way my cat wants to drink water!

Despite having fresh water in a clean bowl everyday, this is the way my cat wants to drink water!

Honey Possum about to lick nectar and pollen from a banksia flower.  © Christine Cooper

Honey Possum about to lick nectar and pollen from a banksia flower. © Christine Cooper

Grey-headed Flying Fox licking water drops from its dripping fur after swooping and dipping its belly in the river. This is how these large bats (wingspan around 1 meter) drink. ~ by Ofer Levy

Grey-headed Flying Fox licking water drops from its dripping fur after swooping and dipping its belly in the river. This is how these large bats (wingspan around 1 meter) drink. ~ by Ofer Levy

hummingbirds some fun facts, pets animals, 1 2 The ruby throated hummingbird flies 500 miles nonstop across the Gulf of Mexico during both its spring and fall migrations 3 Depending on the species habitat conditions predators and other factors the average lifespan of a wild hummingbird is 3 12 years 4 Hummingbirds have no sense of smell but have very keen eyesight 5 Hummingbirds do not suck nectar through their long bills they lick it with fringed forked tongues 6 A hummingbird can lick 10…

hummingbirds some fun facts, pets animals, 1 2 The ruby throated hummingbird flies 500 miles nonstop across the Gulf of Mexico during both its spring and fall migrations 3 Depending on the species habitat conditions predators and other factors the average lifespan of a wild hummingbird is 3 12 years 4 Hummingbirds have no sense of smell but have very keen eyesight 5 Hummingbirds do not suck nectar through their long bills they lick it with fringed forked tongues 6 A hummingbird can lick 10…

Madagascar giant day gecko (Phelsuma grandis) A large member of the gecko family, grows to over 1 foot in length, has neon colors. Eats insects but is also fond of licking sweet nectar and the juice of overripe fruit.

Madagascar giant day gecko (Phelsuma grandis) A large member of the gecko family, grows to over 1 foot in length, has neon colors. Eats insects but is also fond of licking sweet nectar and the juice of overripe fruit.

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