Photo 30 Aug 989 notes horsesornothing:

first time mother by Jennifer MacNeill on Flickr.
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Quote 30 Aug 46,764 notes
Every introvert alive knows the exquisite pleasure of stepping from the clamor of a party into the bathroom and closing the door.
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Sophia Dembling - The Introvert’s Way: Living a Quiet Life in a Noisy World  (via dianekrugers)

Or into the vacant back hallway where the cat is hanging out.

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Photo 30 Aug 925 notes wildography:

Cephalopod source

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Cephalopod source

Video 30 Aug 4,907 notes

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LIBRARIANS

So true.  Kinda painful how true this is.

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Photo 30 Aug 250 notes magicalnaturetour:

Squirrel 138: Okay I buried it! by EasternGraySquirrel
Video 29 Aug 3,406 notes

You think, as you walk away from Le Cirque des Rêves and into the creeping dawn, that you felt more awake within the confines of the circus.

You are no longer quite certain which side of the fence is the dream.

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Photo 29 Aug 603 notes scarlettjane22:

Corinne Eisele, France
http://www.heartofahorse.org/
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Photo 29 Aug 971 notes magicalnaturetour:

California Red Sided Garter Snake by popstarpoop

magicalnaturetour:

California Red Sided Garter Snake by popstarpoop

Video 29 Aug 15,771 notes

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An adorable baby koala is seen enjoying a snooze after a traumatic start to life. The baby koala, nicknamed “Blondie Bumstead”, is being cared for by a volunteer from the Ipswich Koala protection society in Queensland after her mother was killed by a dog. Blondie, who was named for her light fur, was given just a 50-50 chance of pulling through after the attack. But after a course of antibiotics and some tender loving car from volunteer Marilyn Spletter she has now been given a clean bill of health. According to Marilyn she has hand-reared around 40 baby koalas but says that Blondie, who will be released back into the wild after 15 months, is one of her favourites. She said: “She’s got a little character all of her own and she knows what she wants and what she doesn’t. When she’s stressed I kiss her on the nose or I rub my nose on hers and it relaxes her”. (Photo by Jamie Hanson/Newspix/REX Features)

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NEW SPECIES: WALKING SHARK DESCRIBED FROM INDONESIA

A new walking' bamboo shark, Hemiscyllium halmahera, has been discovered at Weda Resort at Halmahere, Lembeh. is the newest species of elasmobranch to be described.


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