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Axolotl A.K.A Mudkip.



I thought Wooper was based out of the mudpuppy. D8

Both are pretty similar.


True...
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Axolotl A.K.A Mudkip.



I thought Wooper was based out of the mudpuppy. D8

Both are pretty similar.


True...

Copying and pasting from bulbapedia =P
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Wooper seems to be based on a larval axolotl, which have flat tails and feathery, external gills. Wooper's shiny form, which is pink, resembles them ever further, as axolotls can be pink.

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This Pokémon is based on the mudpuppy or mudskipper, or also possibly an axolotl.
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Mine is the Andean Mountain Cat it is slightly bigger then a normal cat and tail can grow to be 2-3x as longer some times

Picture: http://www.wildcatconservation.org/andinoEnvio_pc1.jpg


Major Breakthroughs in Andean Mountain Cat Conservation from Fan Sponsored Research
first Andean cat photo from Province Argentina, photo copyright M. LucheriniOver the past four years, Tull fans have graciously funded support for one of Ian's favourite, deserving causes: preservation of the many endangered wild cat species across the globe. Donations via special events and Amazon® commissions from Tull site sales are over $ 25,000 to date.

One special project has been the Andean mountain cat: (Oreailurus jacobita) is one of the five most endangered cats in the world and probably the rarest wild cat in South America. Very little is known about this small carnivore that lives exclusively in the remote high-altitude deserts of the Andes in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru.

A new expedition, funded partly by the Ian Anderson private performance in San Jose in 2002, has made a major breakthrough: the first live capture and radio collaring of the rare cat.

Only recently members of the newly created Alianza Gato Andino (AGA) or Andean Cat Alliance, including Eliseo Delgado, Lilian Villalba, Constanza Napolitano and Jim Sanderson, captured and radio-collared the first Andean mountain cat. Jim's researchers with Andean cat in Boliviaemail from the field gives the details: "At Khastor Lagoon, Bolivia on April 23rd at 11:10am we captured and radio-collared an adult female Andean mountain cat. She was fully recovered in two hours and successfully released, running from the trap at full speed." Moments later they observed an adult male but did not capture him.

The historic events occurred one week after the first AGA meeting in Arica, Chile where representatives from all four range countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru) gathered to review current threats and collaborate on future conservation efforts. During the meeting, AGA members drafted a conservation action plan to save the rare and endangered Andean cat. The action plan will be published by September and used as the foundation for all future conservation initiatives.
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Mine is the Andean Mountain Cat it is slightly bigger then a normal cat and tail can grow to be 2-3x as longer some times

Picture: http://www.wildcatconservation.org/andinoEnvio_pc1.jpg


Major Breakthroughs in Andean Mountain Cat Conservation from Fan Sponsored Research
first Andean cat photo from Province Argentina, photo copyright M. LucheriniOver the past four years, Tull fans have graciously funded support for one of Ian's favourite, deserving causes: preservation of the many endangered wild cat species across the globe. Donations via special events and Amazon® commissions from Tull site sales are over $ 25,000 to date.

One special project has been the Andean mountain cat: (Oreailurus jacobita) is one of the five most endangered cats in the world and probably the rarest wild cat in South America. Very little is known about this small carnivore that lives exclusively in the remote high-altitude deserts of the Andes in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru.

A new expedition, funded partly by the Ian Anderson private performance in San Jose in 2002, has made a major breakthrough: the first live capture and radio collaring of the rare cat.

Only recently members of the newly created Alianza Gato Andino (AGA) or Andean Cat Alliance, including Eliseo Delgado, Lilian Villalba, Constanza Napolitano and Jim Sanderson, captured and radio-collared the first Andean mountain cat. Jim's researchers with Andean cat in Boliviaemail from the field gives the details: "At Khastor Lagoon, Bolivia on April 23rd at 11:10am we captured and radio-collared an adult female Andean mountain cat. She was fully recovered in two hours and successfully released, running from the trap at full speed." Moments later they observed an adult male but did not capture him.

The historic events occurred one week after the first AGA meeting in Arica, Chile where representatives from all four range countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru) gathered to review current threats and collaborate on future conservation efforts. During the meeting, AGA members drafted a conservation action plan to save the rare and endangered Andean cat. The action plan will be published by September and used as the foundation for all future conservation initiatives.


It is also my favorite non domesticated animal my favorite would be the cat fallowed by this then the rabbit
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Panda's.
They Are Epic.

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Do Chivalrous Men count? LoL, well anyways can't say I have a favorite because I don't want one. That would mean to sadly acknowledge there are species we may never see again. But I guess If I were to pick a fav it would be them all I love them all and hope they will not disappear.
SAVE THE PANDAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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white tigers! and amur lepords.. sadness... crying


BRING BACK THE BIG CAT!!
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if wolves are still consider endanger , then i still love them (seeing that they qualify for this)

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My fav. endagered species is smart humans! They are dying out!!! crying


ROFL!!!!

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