Animal Architecture Photo-Pool

We’ve had a minor computer melt-down this weekend preventing Animal Architecture from its normally scheduled posting. We’ll be back up and running as soon as possible. For now we thought it would be nice to enjoy some pics of animals in their architecture, courtesy of Flickr’s Animal Architecture photo-pool. Some of them are pretty cool, and the animals are rather cute.

photo credit: janine g byrne
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