Pets Going For A Ride: Phenomenal Photos Of Animals In Cars

If you want to go for a drive, these animals are 100% down. Here at ICanHas Cheezburger we love adorable animals, no matter how random they get with the things they do. Whether it's  a capybara living life in the fast lane, naval ship cats in tiny hammocks throughout history, or something more normal like goofy puppers, there's nothing our furry friends can do that we wouldn't want to oggle at. After all, they're just so cute.In this case, every kind of animal you can imagine, from parakeets to cats to dogs to everything in between, is photographed inside of cars in the cutest possible way. You may think that isn't worthy of an article, but trust us, it's adorable. There's more to cute animals in cars than just your standard grade big dog, and we totally understand that now. So without further ado, we hope you enjoy these awwdorable critters:

Pets Going For A Ride: Phenomenal Photos Of Animals In Cars

If you want to go for a drive, these animals are 100% down. Here at ICanHas Cheezburger we love adorable animals, no matter how random they get with the things they do. Whether it's  a capybara living life in the fast lane, naval ship cats in tiny hammocks throughout history, or something more normal like goofy puppers, there's nothing our furry friends can do that we wouldn't want to oggle at. After all, they're just so cute.

In this case, every kind of animal you can imagine, from parakeets to cats to dogs to everything in between, is photographed inside of cars in the cutest possible way. You may think that isn't worthy of an article, but trust us, it's adorable. There's more to cute animals in cars than just your standard grade big dog, and we totally understand that now. So without further ado, we hope you enjoy these awwdorable critters:

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"When a fisherman pulled in his line, he knew he had 'something weird': A 40-pound alligator gar. When fisherman Butch Smith pulled his last line up from the Neosho River in Kansas one day last month, he wasn't quite sure what he was looking at. As a 4½-foot, nearly 40-pound fish thrashed around in his boat, Smith called up a buddy and said, 'I've got something weird here.' Smith sent him a photo, and the friend called back with an answer: That's an alligator gar."  Story via The Washington Post.The alligator gar is a ray-finned euryhaline fish related to the bowfin in the infraclass Holostei. It is the biggest species in the gar family, and among the largest freshwater fish in North America. The fossil record traces its group's existence back to the Early Cretaceous over 100 million years ago. This rare catch has set off a scramble to understand the origins of the fish and how it wound up in this water system."Smith said in an interview: 'I've seen gar, but I ain't never seen a gar with a head shaped like this,' explaining that he first thought his catch may have been a flathead catfish. That's because the alligator gar had never before been documented in the state. Smith got in touch with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, and the fisheries division confirmed it was an alligator gar, a type of fish whose fossil records it says trace back nearly 100 million years. It gets its name from its wide head and broad snouts that resemble an American alligator."  

'Living Fossil' Alligator Gar Found For The First Time In A Kansas River

"When a fisherman pulled in his line, he knew he had 'something weird': A 40-pound alligator gar. When fisherman Butch Smith pulled his last line up from the Neosho River in Kansas one day last month, he wasn't quite sure what he was looking at. As a 4½-foot, nearly 40-pound fish thrashed around in his boat, Smith called up a buddy and said, 'I've got something weird here.' Smith sent him a photo, and the friend called back with an answer: That's an alligator gar."  Story via The Washington Post.

The alligator gar is a ray-finned euryhaline fish related to the bowfin in the infraclass Holostei. It is the biggest species in the gar family, and among the largest freshwater fish in North America. The fossil record traces its group's existence back to the Early Cretaceous over 100 million years ago. This rare catch has set off a scramble to understand the origins of the fish and how it wound up in this water system.

"Smith said in an interview: 'I've seen gar, but I ain't never seen a gar with a head shaped like this,' explaining that he first thought his catch may have been a flathead catfish. That's because the alligator gar had never before been documented in the state. Smith got in touch with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, and the fisheries division confirmed it was an alligator gar, a type of fish whose fossil records it says trace back nearly 100 million years. It gets its name from its wide head and broad snouts that resemble an American alligator."  

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