Personally I've just gone for the bog standard but I think there are three main options and it is customisable *shudder* Since it took me ages just to work out how to link to the pic and post in my LJ I haven't done any more ... yet.
Since it is beta test I don't want to spend too much time on it asit might all disappear at any time :) I may have a play over the weekend if I have time.
Well I had to try it since you pointed me there the other day :)
The fox was sunning him/her self for a while in Mum's garden. I had about 10-12 times telephoto on the camera (but hand held so I'm surprised at the good quality of them) and was sitting at a window in the house. I've got quite a few pics but I think this is the best one.
I was thinking of putting the fox up as an icon ... in fact thinking about it I may have done so ... but one of my friends had her two pet rabbits killed by a fox recently (that's why the pic is behind a cut - so she doesn't have to see it).
Binturongs in captivity can be interesting animals. They are not suitable as house companions due to their size, poor toilet habits and odor. Binturongs secrete a musk that is reminiscent of popcorn or warm cornbread. Unless you want someone to think you live in a tortilla factory, you should reconsider having one in your home.
... and two new forms of bacteria were discovered as a result
That had me chucklling :) although not something I'd want to do myself. The web site I linked to described what I think they called the "duck leap", the way the bint's catch ducks by jumping on them, and commented that it could be quite painful having one them weighing 30-40 pounds leap on you.
And they're affectionate? Is this before or after they leap on you and start chewing? ;) Well rather you than me - maybe I'll come and take pics of you being savaged by one - for scientific research of course ;) *ducks and runs*