Bobblehead Bunny Always Smile
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happyhagfish:

bogleech:

florafaunagifs:

Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

wasted

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bootyhoekage:

"babe im pregnant"

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"nah im playing"

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troywagner:

Tim is really good at this new musical instrument.

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onlylolgifs:

Accidentally hurting someone vs. accidentally hurting an animal

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galixies:

wild

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flaccidtrip:

STOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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obvious-electricity:

My dog is a fail.

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they-hide-in-the-dark:

The Okiku Doll -

In 1918 a seventeen year old boy was visiting Sapparo in Japan and bought a doll for his two year old sister, Okiku. The little girl loved the doll and played with it every day, but a year later Okiku suddenly died of the flu. The family was heartbroken, and placed the little girl’s doll in the family altar in her memory. 

Sometime later, the family started notice something strange about the doll, its hair had started to grow. It had went from being in a short,cropped style to being down to the doll’s knees. The family took this as a sign that the restless spirit of Okiku was inside the doll so they took it to a Mannenji temple.

The doll is still at the temple to this day. Its hair still continues to grow and it is given an annual hair cut by the priests. Scientific tests have been carried out on the doll and it has been proven that the hair that is growing out of the doll’s head is both female and human.

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huelessisclueless:

sixpenceee:

TUFTED DEER

Yes! This cute looking deer vampire exists! It’s scientific name is Elaphodus cephalopus and it’s found in high altitudes in Burma or China. They get their name from the “tuft” of hair they have on their foreheads. In the wild they are browsers and grazers, eating mainly grass or fruit. They are territorial and don’t move that far away from their homes. 

Did I mention how they look like an adorable vampire? Oh I did? Oops. 

MORE INFORMATION

oh my god
adorable vampire deer
my life is complete

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agirlinahellasweater:

POUR JUICE ON YOUR BABY. J UUSTT PP OURR J UCIICCE ALL OVOEOR RYOUR YOUN GG  CHILDD, J US T DO I T YO U PIE CE OF

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drake & josh

season 1: drake helps josh w/ a crush
season 4: drake & josh accidentally sell an orangutan to a man who eats orangutans
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lanashiftdelrey:

when one of your best friends is sad but they won’t talk to you about it

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