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Posts tagged: cute

fat-birds:

Three is not a crowd. by Kiwi~Steve on Flickr.



Makes me nawww

fat-birds:

Three is not a crowd. by Kiwi~Steve on Flickr.

Makes me nawww
And she’s a dork lol

And she’s a dork lol

beehives:

Harvey used to be a fighting dog. His ears torn from battles he was forced into. He flinches when you talk too loud around him. He gets so excited when you prepare his food, as in disbelief that he’s actually going to eat this many days in a row and when you put the food down he kisses you in gratitude. He’s afraid of thunder, soda cans, the TV and when baby Nick Fury meows when he’s hungry. When we first picked up Harvey from the pound half of his face was missing and he was severely underweight.Now he’s a kitten baby sitter. FIGHT BSL IN YOUR COUNTY. 

Harvey is still available for adoption! If interested please email us at SFBullies@gmail.com and check us out on facebook! “South Florida Bullies”

allcreatures:

This past Saturday, local fisherman spotted an orphan Pacific Walrus calf on floating ice near Barrow, Alaska. After a period of observation from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, a rescue was approved and Alaska SeaLife Center staff and a local veterinarian prepared the 200lb. baby for airlift to Anchorage and transport by modified truck to ASLC in Seward. 

The calf is suckling readily from a bottle, feeding every three hours around the clock, and consuming nearly 1,400 calories at each feed. He is actively seeking attention from care-givers, and vocalizing when left alone. “Walrus are incredibly tactile, social animals,” said Stranding Coordinator Tim Lebling.  “Walrus calves typically spend about two years with their mothers, so we have to step in to provide that substitute care and companionship.”  Walrus calves almost immediately habituate to human care and therefore are not candidates for release following rehabilitation.

Read more, see a video of the walrus and learn more about the Alaska SeaLife Center at the link below. Photos from the Alaska SeaLife Center.

(via Zooborns)

naww mann.

naww mann.

This bird can dougie

Got a problem?
This kid’s on the case! 

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An orphaned orangutan at a sanctuary in Borneo. (Born to be Wild)

The amount of nawwss I just gave. The slight open mouth in the second gif. sad that he is now an orphan..

fairy-wren:

snowy owl(photo by ken @jkwebzone)

fairy-wren:

snowy owl
(photo by ken @jkwebzone)