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TTT – Tiny Thumb Thursday – Hamster

I probably don’t have to explain too much about hamsters…  almost everybody had one as a pet before.
Hamsters are crepuscular (like Krazy). In the wild, they burrow underground in the daylight to avoid being caught by predators.  In the wild they feed primarily on seeds, fruits and greens, and will occasionally eat burrowing insects (they
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TTT – Tiny Thumb Thursday – Fennec Fox

The fennec fox is the smallest species of fox. The nocturnal fox is found in the Sahara in Africa, and in zoos all around the world. Some people even keep them as pets. The species is classified a “Small wild/exotic canid” by the United States Department of Agriculture, along with the Coyote, Dingo, Jackal,
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TTT – Tiny Thumb Thursday – Momonga

Momonaga? It’s a Japanese dwarf flying squirrel.  Wiki has only a little information about these cute animals. If you want to find out more, you can click here. But none of these pages can describe how cute the Pteromys momonga – Japanese flying sqirrels are:

They are even cuter in a pack (pay attention to the
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TTT – Tiny Thumb Thursday – Squirrel

Tiny squirrels, no surprise… They are usually pretty small.  Squirrels (or Eichhörnchen) come in all kinds of types and colors.  The ones I’ve seen here in America so far, are pretty plain and kinda deserve the name rat or squirrat.  My favorites are the red ones with the white belly. I also like Ziesels.  My
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TTT – Tiny Thumb Thursday – Sin

Sloth, the cutest of the seven deadly sins:

I am still debating if they make good pets… I know you can keep them as a pet, and they shouldn’t make too much of a mess since they don’t move much… but, most animals don’t make good pets…

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TTT – Tiny Thumb Thursday – Snail

Even tinier than a thumb:
Can you beat that?

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TTT – Tiny Thumb Thursday

Due to the success of previous posts (Paul, the little octopus and a small monkey-like-thing ), I have decided to turn Thursdays into Tiny Thumb Thursdays. The argument could easily made that tiny animals are way cuter than normal or larger sized animals. Whether the animal is smaller because it’s young, or it’s actually a
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