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shadyufo:

Oinker Variety Pack.
Huge domestic hog, feral hog, weathered old warthog, potbellied pig, month or so old domestic piglet, and two stillborn domestic piglets.

shadyufo:

Oinker Variety Pack.

Huge domestic hog, feral hog, weathered old warthog, potbellied pig, month or so old domestic piglet, and two stillborn domestic piglets.

artofmaquenda:

There were some people interested in more views of the jackdaw legs, so here are a bunch of them!

Look how amazing..

i believe in ghosts enough to be scared to use a ouija board but not enough to believe someone when they first tell me their house is haunted

TMNT Coming Out of Their Shells Tour: pizza power
a flying saucer food
delight
Pizza power
that’s what makes
us fee- http://t.co/oXL0BZRRo6

benjaminmackey:

My personal spin on various species of dinosaurs!

Available in my shop as prints, shirts, and even tote bags if you are the toting type!

jpnvines:

頭使って。。。#頭おかしい 〜 さーちゃん

Use your head… #imweird 〜 さーちゃん

Maths is hard!

Use your head properly.

Okay. 

ranetree:

sarcophilusharrisii:

sinsasylum:

sarcophilusharrisii:

Vultures Have No Concept of Personal Space: A Story in Six Photographs

(Having been constantly whacked in the head by turkey vulture wings, I can only imagine what it’s like with a condor!)

Shes holding its beak shut so it won’t snap at her or anyone else, the bird is simply trying to make her let go to bite off someones finger though they are docile sometimes

No.

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As you can see here, not only is her hand open, but there’s meat all over it. He was sticking his beak in her hand to reach the meat. But even if there was not meat, I know from working with a vulture that sometimes they just stick their beak in your hand for no apparent reason. It’s not unusual behavior for them.

He was not being restrained, as you can see here:

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Vultures can be very aggressive indeed, but typically only with those who encroach on their space (not including their trainers, who they bond with and then get all up in their space). 

And I’ve never known a trainer who would restrain a bird by just holding onto their beak. That could result in serious injury for the bird. 

Also, in my experience, many vultures actually enjoy having their beaks gently tugged on! We use it as a reward for good behavior on ours. If you stick your hand up in a cupped shape, they know what’s coming and will shove their beak right into it for some good ol’ beak-tugs! And sometimes if you don’t cup your hand enough, they’ll nip at your knuckles, like they’re saying “hey, make a shape that I can stick my beak in already!”

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

thisbridgecalledmyback:

comfy-couture:

sonofbaldwin:

jessehimself:

Do not test Reza Aslan.

We must train and retain our ability to listen and process critically.

Nobody told me that @RezaAslan knew how to read.

(Not read as in books, but read as in reveal your scalp to the world.)

Because homie read Bill Maher, Don Lemon, Alisyn Camerota, Benjamin Netanyahu, and just about everyone else for points.

Hair all over the damn floor like it was a barbershop and nobody had a broom.

He got ALL his kee-kee’s in.

Watch.

Transcription available here: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2014/09/30/reza_aslan_mahers_facile_generalizations_of_islam_the_definition_of_bigotry.html

🙊

YAAAS

 
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