Cats do it. Horses do it. And this Mountain Tapir is doing it - drawing air into the Jacobson's organ, an olfactory sense organ at the base of the nasal cavity, to investigate pheromones and other scents or tastes they are particularly interested in.
Bijou and Amelia having lunch in Studio City with their best friend who clearly adores them.
A freshwater native of northern Australia and New Guinea, the Fly River Turtle has flippers resembling those of marine turtles.
Revisiting Panther, the baby posted in March 2018. He's a year old now, and beautiful, but his puppy face remains indelible in my mind.