Blue Cute Animals
If you have blue fur, you probably already know about Blue Monday, the third Monday in January. This day is one of low motivation and depression, and it usually occurs after Christmas has ended. Bills are starting to come in, and you haven’t yet begun your routine after the holidays. Many believe in Blue Monday. Others just accept the inevitable post-holiday slump. Still, blue fur can be quite cute!
Many animal species have a blue color due to structural coloration. Blue appears on the body of an animal because of the way light reflects off of its body. For example, feathers of birds have microscopic crystal structures that reflect light. In reptiles, this process occurs on the scales. One example is the blue lizard. They are among the most adorable creatures you’ll ever see. How do they get their colors?
There are many ways to tell if a blue animal is male or female, including their fur and feather color. Some pets have completely blue fur, while others may have blue eyes. A pet with a little bit more blue than the rest is acceptable. And if you’re looking for an unusual pet to adopt, blue is the perfect color for your new best friend!
Blue birds are cute, but they are in serious danger of extinction. Not only are they endangered due to pollution and deforestation, but they’re also vulnerable to illegal trafficking. They are native to the Asian continent, although you can find them all over the world. No matter which species you choose, every purchase will support Spoonflower artists. So, you’ll never regret buying your next fabric or home decor item from this company.