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rhamphotheca:

Hey Paxon, Wtf is that raccoon looking thing in your icon picture?
African Civet (Civettictis civetta)
(illustration by John Gerard Keulemans, 1894)

Note the fact that Civets, mongooses, and the like, are all only distant relatives to the so-called civet-cat and its family (including raccoons!). 

rhamphotheca:

Hey Paxon, Wtf is that raccoon looking thing in your icon picture?

African Civet (Civettictis civetta)

(illustration by John Gerard Keulemans, 1894)

Note the fact that Civets, mongooses, and the like, are all only distant relatives to the so-called civet-cat and its family (including raccoons!). 

rhamphotheca:

Festive Amazon (Chrysotis chloronota  , now Amazona festiva)
from Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum, Vol. 20 (1891), by John Gerrard Keulemans 

Festive! Party time with the parrots! Festive party in the Amazon!

…I’m ok, really.

rhamphotheca:

Festive Amazon (Chrysotis chloronota  , now Amazona festiva)

from Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum, Vol. 20 (1891), by John Gerrard Keulemans 

Festive! Party time with the parrots! Festive party in the Amazon!

…I’m ok, really.

rhamphotheca:

Chloropsis viridinucha, now considered a subspecies of the Blue-winged Leafbird (C. Cochinchinensis)
from Catalogue of the birds in the British Museum, Volume 6, by John Gerrard Keulemans

rhamphotheca:

Chloropsis viridinucha, now considered a subspecies of the Blue-winged Leafbird (C. Cochinchinensis)

from Catalogue of the birds in the British Museum, Volume 6, by John Gerrard Keulemans