Susanna Rosén

Susanna Rosén

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A young woman from Jokkmokk in Swedish Lapland. The tradition is to pick seven different kinds of flowers to keep under your pillow on Midsummer night. Then you will see your lover in your dreams.

A young woman from Jokkmokk in swedish Lappland. The tradition is to pick seven different kinds of flowers to keep under your pillow on Midsummer night.

Jaguarundi by Truus Zoo - In appearance the jaguarundi is unlike any other cat and has been likened to a large weasel or otter, hence its English common name of ‘Otter Cat’. It is uniform in colour, ranging from dark grey/brown to an almost chestnut brown. In common with other species of wild cat, the darker forms are usually associated with dense forest cover and the paler forms with more arid habitats.

earth-swagger: Jaguarundis, although feline, more closely resemble weasels. They are not native to the United States but it is believed that there is a feral population in Florida. (by Truus & Zoo)

Fossa,  Never heard of this creature.  Pretty strange.

The fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox) is a cat-like, carnivorous mammal related to the mongoose family, that is endemic to Madagascar. The fossa is the largest mammalian carnivore on the island of Madagascar and has been compared to a small cougar.

Margay (Leopardus wiedii) a small Spotted Cat native to South America

The Margay (Leopardus wiedii) is a spotted cat native to Middle and South America. Named for Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied, it is a solitary and nocturnal animal that prefers remote sections of the rainforest. Although it was once believed to be vulne

Blackfooted cat Felis nigripes

The black-footed cat (Felis nigripes) is the smallest African cat, and is endemic in the south west arid zone of the southern African subregion. It is one of the lesser studied African carnivores, and is listed as Vulnerable by IUCN since