This club has fallen way behind! It's time to get a move on and make this group lively again!
Bring your submissions and let's get moving. If I can get 20 new members by the end of November, we'll hold another contest with a premium membership as a prize. Who doesn't want that?
Now, in order to get things moving, we need to decide what animal group to feature next!
Out of these three, which would you prefer?
Myotis grisescens Entire
Lasiurus cinereus semotus
Leptonycteris curasoae yerbabuenae
Pteropus tokudae Entire
Pteropus mariannus mariannus
Corynorhinus (lecotus) townsendii ingens
Corynorhinus (lecotus) townsendii virginianus
Vulpes macrotis mutica
Urocyon littoralis littoralis
Urocyon littoralis catalinae
Urocyon littoralis santacruzae
Urocyon littoralis santarosae
Let us know and we will open submissions for this new group sometime this coming week
Now, here's an interesting fact to close out this journal: The Pygmy Rabbit, Brachylagus idahoensis, is smallest species of rabbit in North American, and is one of only two rabbit species in North America to dig its own burrow. The Pygmy Rabbit is red-listed as endangered.