Those cute litte buggers up there are wolverine cubs.
Wolverine Dansk: Jærv (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
– Scientific Classification –
Species: G. gulo
This solitary creature is the largest member of the weasel family. They are omnivores that feed on plants berries as well as live prey and carrion.
Wolverines have a circumpolar distribution in the northern hemisphere, and are found from the western United States, Canada, and Alaska to Siberia, Russia, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia.
Though they are listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List, they are threatened by habitat loss and subsequently, loss of prey and the carrion left by other predators. Forcibly coming into contact with humans in their hunt for food has also affected their numbers.
One of the great things about WordPress is the little calendar that shows you the days on which you’ve posted. One of the bad things about it is looking at that same calendar and seeing how sad and empty it looks. -_- To get myself back into the swing of posting, I’ve decided to start an Alphabet challenge. Hopefully I can kick-start myself into a blogging groove again with this. Below I’ll list each day, the letter, and as I pick my topic, I’ll come back here and add it. The one day that I probably won’t post on is June 8th. Blasted GRE. If I absolutely cannot find an animal or drug or something that follows the days letter, I’ll get creative.