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thegrassygnoll:

Ever wonder how humans can individually recognize hyenas? Here’s a few tips from the researchers at MSU on what makes individual hyenas unique:

-Male and female hyenas are quite different in size; females being larger and males more on the lanky side. Note the much smaller belly on the male in the first row of photos.

-Hyenas have a wide variety of fur coloration, ranging from blonde, red, to dark brown. Spots can be anywhere from hardly noticeable to dark.

-Once a hyena cub loses it’s dark fur and grows into it’s spots, the pattern never changes.

-Hyenas often suffer ear injuries due to aggression from others. This damage can range from tiny slits in their ears to huge chunks of missing skin, and it lasts forever.

(Original blog post from MSU)

thegrassygnoll:

Spotted hyenas laugh in anticipation of a meal!

When a hyena giggles, it actually means that it’s quite nervous about something. Spotted hyenas will often laugh in response to aggression from another hyena, or similar to the video above, when they are excited and anticipating a tasty meal.

skepticarcher:

A hungry gnoll pup who is very excited about that bucket of garbage!Available as prints, stickers, cases, mugs, etc. at my Redbubble and Society6 shops. 

skepticarcher:

A hungry gnoll pup who is very excited about that bucket of garbage!

Available as prints, stickers, cases, mugs, etc. at my Redbubble and Society6 shops. 

mh-hexagon:

I can’t write English well.

I can’t speak English well.

…..sorry.

Please to appreciate and enjoy the picture.

………これで精一杯じゃぁぁぁ~~~!!(泣)

あぁ日本語だったら思いっきり「スマン!ゴメン!スマン!ゴメン!」で

いいのにぃぃ~~(泣)

明日からコマ割作業始まる……無事に出来上がるか憂鬱だぁ…orz

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