animals, yes.
animals, yes.
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breakingnews:

SeaWorld announces new orca environment
NBC News: SeaWorld has announced a new killer whale environment in San Diego, Calif. The new facility measures 350 feet across and 50 feet deep, nearly double the size of the existing facility. The company’s stock plummeted 33 percent on Wednesday when it reported weak second quarter earnings. SeaWorld’s public image was hurt by the 2013 documentary “Blackfish.” Photo: Young children get a close-up view of an Orca killer whale during a visit to the animal theme park SeaWorld in San Diego, Calif., on March 19. (Mike Blake / Reuters)
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bunnyfood:

Dog Tries to Save Fish:(
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2headedsnake:

(via reblololo, reblololo)

(via 2headedsnake)
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toptumbles:

Little dog trying to sleep on big dog
toptumbles:

Little dog trying to sleep on big dog
toptumbles:

Little dog trying to sleep on big dog
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jtotheizzoe:

Parrots Over Puerto Rico
Just discovered this beautiful children’s book over at Brain Pickings. It tells the story of an endangered avian species, Puerto Rico’s iguaca parrots. Once abundant, they have been in decline since the first settlers arrived from Europe, another sad victim of Earth’s most invasive species: Homo sapiens.
But instead of a tale of doom and gloom, an early obituary for another jewel of nature, this book is a species celebration, highlighting what’s great about the birds and the scientific work being done to save them. The artwork is awesome, too :)
Sure, the extinction danger is real, but isn’t ecological optimism a better call to action? Isn’t it better to highlight the incredible splendor we can work to save rather than a list of losses? 
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majorobigtime:

dragondicks:

hiccupartist:

who is she

how did they manage to photograph this ghost
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How to Photograph Black dogs from Fred Levy on Vimeo.

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omg.