English Bulldog puppy at the sea

(Source: thecutestofthecute)


(by Takinosuke Ara)

(by Takinosuke Ara)

(Source: meiji-choco)

actegratuit:

United We Fall by Miranda Meeks.

actegratuit:

United We Fall by Miranda Meeks.

cvinceillustration:

drowningxlessons:

livers:

GIRLS AGAINST CAT CALLING 2014

this is tight

Not particularly relevant but I am totally in love with everything about this image.

cvinceillustration:

drowningxlessons:

livers:

GIRLS AGAINST CAT CALLING 2014

this is tight

Not particularly relevant but I am totally in love with everything about this image.

duel-styx:

Gecko Tea Party - 2011

I had this idea way back in 2007 and later in 2011 I decided to revisit it with much better equipment and props.

This photo set features two female crested geckos (C. ciliatus), Lumina (left) and Sakura (right).  I went the extra mile and actually made them some organic lavender tisane (herbal tea) sweetened with orange blossom honey.  Because details man, details.

Shamefully I realized today I never uploaded these to Tumblr so here’s the set.  I have an even better camera now, so when I can afford a macro lens, I’d like to redo this shoot yet again.

sleepysnakes:

interstellardragon:

Brazilian Rainbow Boa: Calico

This is the same snake:

first picture was taken in 2007, the second in 2012

W.o.w

renatagrieco:

July 6, 2014 - Red-rumped Parrot (Psephotus haematonotus)
Requested by: thesassybirder
Red-rumped Parrots are found in southeastern Australia. They eat grass seeds and leaves, as well as fruits and flowers, foraging on the ground in pairs or small flocks. They will sometimes forage with other parrots such as Galahs and Eastern Rosellas. They nest in tree cavities, often in eucalyptus trees, or occasionally in man-made boxes. The female builds the nest and incubates the eggs, while the male brings her food.

renatagrieco:

July 6, 2014 - Red-rumped Parrot (Psephotus haematonotus)

Requested by: thesassybirder

Red-rumped Parrots are found in southeastern Australia. They eat grass seeds and leaves, as well as fruits and flowers, foraging on the ground in pairs or small flocks. They will sometimes forage with other parrots such as Galahs and Eastern Rosellas. They nest in tree cavities, often in eucalyptus trees, or occasionally in man-made boxes. The female builds the nest and incubates the eggs, while the male brings her food.

(Source: memewhore)

astronomy-to-zoology:

Turquoise Tanager (Tangara mexicana)

…a medium sized species of Tanager (Thraupidae) which occurs from Trinidad, Colombia and Venezuela south to Bolivia and much of Brazil. Despite what its scientific name suggests T. mexicana does not occur in Mexico. Turquoise tanagers typically inhabit areas with humid forests, with most individuals occurring in the Amazon. However, a population also occurs in the Atlantic Forest of eastern Brazil, this population is sometimes considered a separate species (Tangara brasiliensis). Like other tanagers turquoise tanagers feed almost exclusively on fruit, but they will also take insects as well. 

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Thraupidae-Tangara-T. mexicana

Images: DickDaniels and Gustavo Magnago

(Source: unregistered-hypercam2)