thebsdboys:

Corvids are the only animals intelligent enough to recognize ‘cool’ behaviour. Here we see a crow working to impress its peers, and largely succeeding. Good for you, crow.
malformalady:

Albino softshell turtle
malformalady:

Polar bears and their cubs feed off the carcass of a minke whale that washed ashore
Photo credit: KEENPRESS Photography
malformalady:

A Melbourne veterinarian has performed pioneering surgery on the beloved pet of a local resident. Dr. Tristan Rich, head of exotics and wildlife medicine at Lort Smith Animal Hospital, performed micro-surgery on scaled but treasured George the Goldfish last week. A large tumour had grown on the head of the 80-gram fish, causing distress for the creature and his owner, and impacting on George’s quality of life.
Photo credit: Lort Smith Animal Hospital
harking:

scarymansion:
UNMASK group
weissesrauschen:

michel le belhomme

thekhooll:

Martin Pickard

(Source: archatlas, via from89)

Whenever i reach the bottom, I do not try to get up. Instead i grab a shovel and start digging.

matthiasheiderich:

Matthias Heiderich, 2014
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