crustytentacles:

adrnired:

cookingpeach:

amischiefofmice:

blandarchist:

give kiss

giant noot noots
NOOT NOOTS then i guess

Wo… mega noots.

[SHIFTING INTO MAXIMUM OVERNOOT]

Perfect babies

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alternative-pokemon-art:

Artist
A cute Kyogre by request. ARGH, IT’S SO CUTE THO

alternative-pokemon-art:

Artist

A cute Kyogre by request. ARGH, IT’S SO CUTE THO

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beautiful-wildlife:

Mandarin Duck by Robert Adamec

beautiful-wildlife:

Mandarin Duck by Robert Adamec

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mariusu:

Wingshing The Owl Cat

mariusu:

Wingshing The Owl Cat

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andrewcentrism:

#that’s not a cat that’s a fucking nature spirit using a cat as a vessel

andrewcentrism:

#that’s not a cat that’s a fucking nature spirit using a cat as a vessel

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canadian-asian:

THE CUTEST BIRD IN THE WORLD (The Japanese Long Tailed Tit)

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the-silent-rain:

I was browsing on tumblr and I realized I had no ducks in my blog, what kind of horrible person was I?

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angelfxck:

SEA PANCAKES

angelfxck:

SEA PANCAKES

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cardinellian:

thalassarche:


lovely darling

precious starling
reaching to the stars, I’ll steal them all for you 
calling, crawling, spinning, falling, all for you 

that bird is seriously unreal. Violet-backed starling - Cynniricinclus leucogaster - wiki page here.

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Chinese Mitten Crab (Eriocheir sinensis)

Also known as the big sluice crab or the Shanghai hairy crab, the Chinese mitten crab is a species of varunid crab that is native to the coastal estuaries of eastern Asia, ranging from Korea to the Fujian province of China. It has also been introduced to Europe and North America and is considered and invasive species.Like other crabs E. sinensis feeds on a wide variety of things ranging from plants, various invertebrates, fish and detritus. 

E. sinensis spends most of its life in fresh water, but return to tidal estuaries to mate. After mating they will return to brackish water to hatch their eggs. After development the juvenile crabs will move upstream, completing the life cycle.

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Crustacea-Malacostraca-Decapoda-Brachyura-Varunidae-Eriocheir-E. sinensis

Images: Natural History Museum and Blickwinkel/Alamy 

I did a report on this invasive species, but they are adorable and delicious. Here, watch this Chinese woman show us how to steam them at home.

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miashin:

Dot Lined White Moth

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photogenicfelines:

(Oleh Kryvyy)

photogenicfelines:

(Oleh Kryvyy)

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