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At birth, newborn opossums are so tiny that an entire litter, consisting of up to 14 babies, can fit into a single teaspoon. They are so undeveloped that it's impossible for them to survive outside the mother. However, their front legs are developed all out of proportion to the rest of their bodies, and are strong enough for the completely blind babies to pull themselves from their birth opening, across the mother's belly, into her pouch

Opossum eating some dinner left by the dog while her eight kids cling tightly to her back.

Glass Pitcher by Trisha Adams Oil ~ 20 x 16

Glass Pitcher by Trisha Adams Oil ~ 20 x 16