My cat knocked down the catnip, managed to get it open while I was gone and is seeing some heavy shit, man.
Dude, just slide my food bowl over here
A ferocious jaguar cub
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Goats Have Fun on a Flexible Sheet of Steel [video]
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I don’t believe in government. I hate politics. I’m against it. And I hope that sometime this fall, we can destroy part of our government, and next year destroy even more of it. The less government, the happier I will be.
They’re all bought and paid for
Bill Nye “The Science Guy” implored Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) on Sunday to stop wasting time by denying that the climate was changing and to start leading the charge to do something about it…
Nye pointed out that Blackburn and other climate change deniers were trying to introduce uncertainty.
"This is unscientific, this is not logical," he said. "It is a way, apparently, that the fossil fuel industry had dealt with our politics. This is not good. You don’t need a PhD in climate science to understand what’s going on, that we have overwhelming evidence that the climate is changing… Would you say that the Antarctic has less ice than it used to? When you asserted, Congresswoman, 320 to 400 parts per million is insignificant, my goodness… That’s 30 percent!" [Nye] said. "I mean, that’s an enormous change. And it’s changing the world. And that’s just over the last few decades."
elephants are conspicuously expressive and joyful creatures. when celebrating a birth or reuniting with old acquaintances, elephants will intertwine their trunks together and engage in friendly trunk wrestling. when trying to console a loved one, or simply showing affection, elephants will stroke or caress each others’ heads and backs with their trunks. the end of an elephant’s trunk is more sensitive than a human’s fingertips. photos by mario moreno
"This is the Wave Rock (Rock Ola) in Australia. Believed to be one of the oldest rocks on Earth, with 2,700 million years. Its distinctive shape is caused by erosion of 60 million years.
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