An artist from Oakland, California collects trash and makes tiny mobile homes for the homeless.

bunnyfood:

Listen to these Rhinos

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motivatedslacker:

littleanimalgifs:

nubbsgalore:

rotflseals. photos by (click pic) saqopakajmer, hinrich basemann, robert hardingdavid remneyveronica craftanthony marston, kasia nowak (see also: previous seal posts

I know these are not gifs but they’re too precious not to reblog. :3

These seals look like they’re having a grand ol’ time.

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nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

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nise3kawan:

catsbeaversandducks:

Happy Birthday Patrick the Wombat! This 29 year old is the world’s oldest living wombat. Given that Patrick has never had children, or any partners in general, probably makes him the oldest living wombat virgin as well! Congrats, mate!

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|д゚) 司令!

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huffingtonpost:

Matt Damon Does Ice Bucket Challenge With Toilet Water For 800 Million Without Clean H2O

Matt Damon was conflicted when friends Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Affleck called on him to complete the ALS ice bucket challenge.

Find out who Damon challenges here. 

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lawebloca:

Eagle playing with a sprinkler

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lawebloca:

Eagle playing with a sprinkler

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sixpenceee:

According to a study in the journal Animal Cognition, chimpanzee’s do something that seems altogether arbitrary: ear accoutrements.

“Our observation is quite unique in the sense that nothing seems to be communicated by it,” says study author Edwin van Leeuwen, a primate expert at the Max Planck Institute in The Netherlands.

To figure out if this was really a tradition, and not just chimpanzees sticking grass in their ears at random, van Leeuwen and his colleagues spent a year observing four chimp groups in Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage Trust, a sanctuary in Zambia.

There’s no genetic or ecological factors, the scientists believe, that would account for this behavior — only culture.

Chimpanzees putting grass in their ears is like us wearing earrings. 

SOURCE & MORE INFORMATION

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funnywildlife:

Protect these beautiful bats! The Northern Long-Eared BatAlready, the species has lost almost 99% of its population in just a few short years. Sign Petition

funnywildlife:

Protect these beautiful bats! The Northern Long-Eared Bat
Already, the species has lost almost 99% of its population in just a few short years. Sign Petition

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leviathans-in-the-tardis:

me-myself-and-will:

carrot0nesie:

ladies and gentlemen, the american education system

My school apparently ran out of toilet paper a few weeks ago and my Spanish teacher was telling the girls to keep a roll in their purses and the guys to keep a roll in our backpacks. North American Education system.

this is basically any public school in the world tbh

hmm no in Canada we never ran out of soap and toilet paper….you carried toilet paper and hand sanitizer when you went camping tho

jodyrobots:

leviathans-in-the-tardis:

me-myself-and-will:

carrot0nesie:

ladies and gentlemen, the american education system

My school apparently ran out of toilet paper a few weeks ago and my Spanish teacher was telling the girls to keep a roll in their purses and the guys to keep a roll in our backpacks. North American Education system.

this is basically any public school in the world tbh

hmm no in Canada we never ran out of soap and toilet paper….you carried toilet paper and hand sanitizer when you went camping tho

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