Scientists believe they may have discovered the smallest reptile on earth - a chameleon subspecies that is the size of a seed. Two of the tiny lizards were discovered by a German-Madagascan expedition team in Madagascar. The male Brookesia nana, or nano-chameleon, has a body of just 13.5mm. bbc.com/news/world-africa…
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Some subspecies of reindeer have knees that make a clicking noise when they walk so the animals can stay together in a blizzard and both the males and females can grow antlers. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.livescience.com/amp/56310-reindeer-facts.html
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It's widely accepted that humans, are terrible pets. Gamers, a human (pseudo) subspecies, however make great pets.
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What is your favorite Tigrex, and why? Which one of it's subspecies/deviant would you like to see in Monster Hunter Rise? reddit.com/gallery/l1akr2
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The redux texture pack has encouraged me to tame every/most subspecies of pets and the russet and keppel variant of the shade look truly amazing and am glad to have them in list of available pets reddit.com/gallery/l9h14p
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Do you think the Halo Infinite Grunts are a new subspecies/phenotype or just the Halo 4 Grunt phenotype?

So the new Grunt design underneath the armor looks like a combo of different versions of Grunts. They sorta have the skin and texture of the Halo 4 Grunts, with individual toes instead of the 3 pronged hoof of the old Bungie grunts and the large scales around the hands and legs resemble the same large scales on the 4 Grunts. The only differences I've seen is that the head is more similar to a Halo 3/Reach/2A Grunt and the body shape is more slim like the old Bungie Grunts. So do you think this is a new phenotype of Grunt or just a modified 4 Grunt?

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39,000-year-old cave bear is discovered perfectly preserved in Siberia | "It is completely preserved, with all internal organs in place." Until now, only bones have been found of cave bears, a prehistoric species or subspecies that lived in Eurasia from around 300,000 to 15,000 years ago dailymail.co.uk/news/arti…
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Tsavo lions, a subspecies unique for its males having short or even non-existent manes.
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Possibly the rarest subspecies of its kind, the deadass garuga
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A female Quagga (extinct subspecies of zebra) at the London Zoo. She’s the only Quagga ever photographed alive with four other pictures showing her. Circa 1860’s.
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πŸ”₯ Trimeresurus insularis is a venomous pit viper subspecies found in Indonesia and East Timor πŸ”₯
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The Orca type D, a subspecies of Orca which has a noticeably smaller white spot.
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Marsican bear, one of the most herbivorous subspecies of brown bear. It lives on Appennines, an italian mountain range. Only around 50 bears are left, but thanks to national protection these bear population seems to be finally rising in the last decade.
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Ah yes, the infamous subspecies of rathalos. The green rathalos.
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As a relatively new explorer, I'm really excited that I reported a new subspecies of tuber never seen in the Empyrean Straits before! There's still a lot to explore out there in the black. reddit.com/gallery/l3w2ju
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The Vietnamese Sika Deer is likely extinct in the wild, but there are plans for reintroducing this subspecies in the future.
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I really wish you could create different subspecies of your machine pops that had different portraits and did different jobs.

For immersion of course.

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I am going to do a mini-miniseries on the island fox! There are 6 subspecies of island fox, the Santa Catalina is found in the Santa Catalina island, adults typically weigh 4 to 6 pounds and this fox will forage for berries and cactus fruit and will hunt mice, lizards, and birds! reddit.com/gallery/lcq8zt
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Scientists believe they may have discovered the smallest reptile on earth - a chameleon subspecies that is the size of a seed. bbc.com/news/world-africa…
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This is the tweaker cat, a recently identified subspecies of stray cat. Do not, for any reason, give Sudafed to this cat.
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Original monsters from HR replaced by MR subspecies

Wow Capcom did my boy vaal hazak so dirty...After nearly 100 hours in iceborne, I just realised blackveil vaal hazak isn't just a new vaal to fight...it is THE only vaal hazak. And I think we can all agree that blackveil vaal hazak is one of the worst fights in the game. Vaal hazak on the other hand is one of my favorite monsters, so needless to say I'm disappointed. And then I realised all the previous monsters, bazelgeuse, deviljho, nergigante etc all have been replaced by new subspecies. I don't really mind those since they are mostly improvements but blackveil?... Its such a big difference and the change isn't even good.

Also about the other subspecies, why are they removed? I mean I understand ruiner nergigante but savage deviljho and seething bazelgeuse appearing but their original counterparts getting removed is just weird. It doesn't make much sense lore wise.

Thoughts?

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πŸ”₯ The Siberian Eagle-Owl, a beautiful, majestic subspecies, with the palest coloring, of the Eurasian eagle-owl.
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The recently discovered chameleon subspecies 'Brookesia nana, or nano-chameleon' that is the size of a seed.
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One of the rarest FullMoon artifacts is Subterraneans CD-Rom, which was a Wolfenstein 3D style first person shooter made by Full Moon in 1996. Not many copies exist. It featured David Allen stop motion monsters from Subspecies, Ghoulies, Magic Island, Dr. Mordrid and Oblivion reddit.com/gallery/lb088g
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The kit fox also commonly known as the San Joaquin Valley fox which is often considered a subspecies if the kit fox. This is another north american fox and is the smallest fox native to the USA. Unlike the swift which is monogamous the kit fox is often polygamous. reddit.com/gallery/lb03eh
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this is growing in my front yard, it used to be white and less squished like a week ago, could it be a subspecies reddit.com/gallery/kql47w
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Star Trek fan theory: The Kzin were a forgotten outcast felinoid subspecies of the Xindi.

The spelling of their names shifted from Xindi to Kzinti over time. This is why Scotty said the Federation had had a war with them 100 years prior.

Additionally, the Kzin had had many skirmishes with klingons. However, they only ever encountered the aftermath of klingon ships when the artificial gravity had already failed. Klingon blood appears bright pink in 0G, for some reason (but reverts to looking much like human blood under full gravity).

Since the Kzin pretty much only ever saw bright pink klingon blood (and possibly some bright purple venous blood under the same circumstances), they deliberately made their spacesuits what they thought of as β€œklingon blood red” to strike fear into all their foes for being badass enough to appear covered in the blood of a proud warrior species.

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Got this plant as a gift, but I’m not sure which succulent subspecies this is? Can anyone help with tips on how to care for it? Thanks!
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Jonathan (hatched c. 1832) is a Seychelles giant tortoise, a subspecies of the Aldabra giant tortoise, and the oldest known living terrestrial animal in the world. He was hatched before the light bulb was invented. Pic on left taken in 1886, pic on right taken in 2017.
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The Arabian leopard (Panthera pardus nimr) is a leopard subspecies native to the Arabian Peninsula. It has been listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List since 1996 as fewer than 200 wild individuals were estimated to be alive in 2006. The population is severely fragmented.
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Rare Agave Toumeyana subspecies Bella - young specimen reddit.com/gallery/lbm9nj
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Cretan badger, or arkalos. Subspecies of the common badger (Meles meles arcalus). I hope it didn't suffer much. Found during bicycle ride in the mountains
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Madeiran chaffinch, tentilhΓ£o, an endemic Madeiran subspecies of the common chaffinch [OC]
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Great White Heron (subspecies of Great Blue Heron) with the moon in Key West, Florida
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What is the name of the subspecies of bird that makes this sound?

Thanks!

https://reddit.com/link/lbvtrn/video/vfm86ewycbf61/player

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Appennine chamois, an endemic italian ungulate subspecies, have recorded a good increase in 2020 in Abruzzo National Park. 138 juveniles were born last year, while 92 calves of 2019 were able to survive in 2020 (survival rate=75%, one of the higest ever recorded)
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Hi! Can somebody help identify the subspecies of Peperomia caperata? I can’t tell if it is meant to be this colour - it’s grown a lot over the winter but maintains this sickly yellow colour and keeps drying out at the edges (pictured). Really appreciate any help! reddit.com/gallery/l8ly8w
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The sardinian deer, an insular subspecies of red deer found in Sardinia and Corsica. This animal was brought back from a nearly extinction: in the 70s there were only 100-200 individuals, surviving only in Sardinia. Now (2018), they are estimated to be 10.635 in Sardinia and 2.534 in Corsica
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Fluffy Subspecies

So I have seen several subspecies of Fluffys, like the standard 4 Earth, Unicorn, Pegasus and Alicorn. However I have also seen things like Merfluffs and I don't even know if Jellenheimers count. Then the Microfluffs and Cotton fluffs.

What type of subspecies Fluffys have you guys seen tho?

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Are the Antlions from Half-Life: Alyx a separate subspecies to the original ones from Half-Life 2, or something else?
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Is there a generally accepted hypothesis/theory regarding the size that the Kodiak subspecies of Grizzly has over its mainland counterparts?

Be it living in an area abundant with food, thousands of years of isolation and random mutation within that specific population (or a combination of both of the above.) Or others.

I’d also be interested in hearing any hypotheses that aren’t necessarily considered accepted but may hold water.

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Is there a reason why the Imperium doesn't consider Blanks the ideal subspecies of human?

From what I understand, Blanks are practically immune to the warp, wouldn't the imperium be creaming there pants at the thought of never having to worry about chaos incursions and such? From what I've seen it seems like Blanks aren't well received by their peers, which is kind of strange considering almost all of their problems stem from the Warp.

Hell if you converted the entire population of a solar system into them, wouldnt the whole solar system be a Warp black out zone?

From my perspective, the Blanks sound like the "master race" of warhammer.

Im new to warhammer, so forgive my ignorance.

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TIL Sudan is the last male northern white rhinoceros. He was infertile for many years which makes the subspecies functionally extinct before his death by euthanasian. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sud…
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Subspecies.
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It is good there are no human subspecies.
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