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She blends in with all the other felines

She blends in with all the other felines

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Ducks can sleep with one hemisphere of their brain awake and the other sleeping in order to stay aware of predators.

Ducks can sleep with one hemisphere of their brain awake and the other sleeping in order to stay aware of predators.

Happy floof patiently waiting for his toy

Happy floof patiently waiting for his toy