I want a friend that I can just lean against and relax like that.

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therealehimetalorunuabona:

meinefluchderzeit:

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Real life Shiny Pokémon

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semisweet-rubix:

tobreakandblossom
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acircularjoy:

ducklings

stairs

they do this to get out of ponds etc or up onto bank ridges

ducklings, stairs

tobreakandblossom this is for you, very impartant

TINY INEFFICIENT BABIES WITH THEIR PADDLY FEET AND THEIR PEEP PEEP AND SO MANY

#please send me to this video whenever I make a ‘welcome to blog’ post  #gOD  #TINY PEEPS CAN CLIMB STAIrs you can also do Thing. even if you are last peep.  #maybe you are sad  

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epicukulelesolo:

"Thank you loud mobile heat pack for making me this lovely hammock"

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unclefather:

forbidden love

Really, this just makes me think of Tom and Carl’s koi pond.

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dduane:

Duet: jazz pianist and elephant. Watch the elephants head-bob and boogie down!

kqedscience:

Watch this octopus try to steal a photographer’s camera

Animals are pissed about the paparazzi. First an eagle snatched a camera in rural Australia and tried to peck it to bits. Then a crab stole some honeymooners’ GoPro and attempted to bury it. Now an octopus has now tried to wrestle away a scuba diver’s camera — which, yes, makes this the perfect trifecta that precedes all New York Times trend pieces. WHO WILL WIN, nature or technology?”

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kqedscience:

In this aquarium you can shake hands with otters (Happy Holidays!)

Someone at the Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park, Miura City, Japan, had a brilliant idea: Make a little opening on the glass that overlooks the otters’ habitat. You know, so you can shake hands with them. Gimme five, ottersan!”