Borzoi par susan bein Via Flickr : Taken at the Borzoi Café at the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Sadly they no longer allow photography at the Museum, but they made an exception for this one photo of their lovely old dear.
I’m not sure if someone already posted here, but Kadokawa Bunko is adding Dazai Osamu’s The Setting Sun and Yosano Akiko’s Tangled Hair in their lineup at KadoFes! Illustrations were from museum collaborations from Aomori Museum and Yosano Akiko Museum, respectively.
A few of our favorite moments from the camera traps in Peru - the first captures the incredibly rare and elusive short-eared dog (Atelocynus microtis) making off with a massive fruit in its jaws (and it’s the first time this animal has been documented in this particular area!), and the second series shows a curious ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) in the middle of an early-morning prowl.
Camera traps such as these provide untold insights on the biodiversity of an area. It may take a person years to report any solid evidence of these types of animals in a studied environment due to the difficulties of tracking creatures that have senses finely attuned to our presence in their territories. One of my favorite parts of being in Peru was simply knowing I was in a place inhabited by these magnificent species, despite the fact I would probably never get the chance to see them.