These funny pictures of a squirrel lifting a "barbell" were taken by 52-year-old wildlife photographer Geert Weggen in a forest Sweden.
Gert had to work hard to create this scene. He deftly attached the nuts to a branch and hung it in the air, and placed a treat for the squirrels above the branch. The forest guests immediately showed interest.
— It just looks like a squirrel picking up a branch of nuts." In fact, she climbs it to quickly get to the treat, which is suspended at the top.
The dik-dik's elongated snout has an evolved cooling mechanism that stops them from overheating, even in extreme temperatures of up to 40°C (104°F). This also helps minimize their need for water.
Dik-dik | African Wildlife Foundation https://www.awf.org/wildlife-conservation/dik-dik
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