Thanks for posting the Lemur Feet photos, they are amazing! I had never seen any of those before.
Males are capable of breeding with females in the first spring after they are born – however, due to the presence of older, more mature males, they typically do not participate in this first breeding season. After breeding with females, the male raccoon typically returns to his den for the remainder of the cold weather. While raccoons do not hibernate, they can spend long periods of time in their den without eating during the winter. Male raccoons do not couple with females throughout the gestation period, and they have nothing to do with raising the cubs.
Females are typically ready to breed when they are about 10 months old. After breeding, they, like male raccoons, typically return to their dens for the remainder of winter. After giving birth, the mother spends most of her time gathering food for herself to keep her offspring nourished. She will keep the cubs in one spot for the first eight weeks. After eight to nine weeks, the cubs are mobile enough to travel with their mother.
>>3654659>"look at the boobs on her, holy smokes"
It gets me every time xD
I'm pretty sure that lower right pic in the image is a Photoshop. Bears do have a small "flare" but it isn't black nor does it look like the head of a horse dick.. There was a pic posted awhile back of a polar bear sitting down with his dick sticking out and it looked like a regular bear dick. As far as I can find out, although all the different species of bear look vastly different from one another, they all have the same kind of dick
You know that picture's in black and white, right?