The fennec fox is the world’s smallest fox, weighing 2.2 pounds. They have been known to purr when they are happy. When they are sad they usually blog about it.
(Photo of a polar bear swimming with its cubs in Bernard Spit, Alaska by Steven Kazlowski / Barcroft Media via The Telegraph)
OMG, look at the little piglet! I want one! It’s so tiny!
photographer says THIS FOX IS NOT FAT, AND THIS FOX IS NOT ILL. IT IS ONLY IN ITS EXTREMELY FLUFFY WINTER COAT AND IS CURLED IN TYPICAL FOX SLEEPING POSITION. THAT’S WHY SHE LOOKS SO ROUND.
“Dr. Mohamed Babu of Mysore, South India, noticed something strange about the ants scurrying around on the floor of his kitchen: after drinking some spilled milk, their abdomens turned white. Realizing the insects’ bodies were transparent, he got an idea for a stunning set of photographs.
Mixing different varieties of food coloring along with sugar, water and a waxy base, he set out small droplets of liquid on a white plastic sheet outside in his garden and let the ants do the rest.
‘As the ant’s abdomen is semi-transparent, the ants gain the colors as they sip the liquid,’ he said.
Striving to get the best possible photos, Babu ran into an unexpected problem: too many ants. ‘I really toiled to get a photo. The crowd always used to become unmanageable within a few minutes and while I managed my camera with my right hand, my left hand was busy removing the extra ants.’ After a number of repeated attempts, he finally got the photos he was looking for.
‘Curiously, the ants preferred light colors—yellow and green. The darker green and blue drops had no takers, until there was no space around the preferred yellow and green drops.’ Some of the ants even wandered between the colors, creating unique mixtures of different hues inside their own stomachs.”
Doug Perrine captured these stunning photographs in the Maldives. The particular location (Vaadhoo Island) has a concentrated population of bioluminescent phytoplankton. Bioluminescence is a natural chemical reaction which occurs when a micro-organism in the water reacts with oxygen. When washed ashore by the tides, the phytoplankton’s chemical energy is turned into light energy, illuminating the waves.
So cool! Can’t you just seethe headless horseman riding down that path toward you?
This raccoon never left the side of a cat who was dying of a tumor. The cat was comforted for the final hours of her life by her long time friend.
no omg but look how it strokes it back in the last gif
*wimper*…..*bawling eyes out* Nooooooooooooooooooooo! Oh god…Tiffy I miss you so much! Why’d you have to die?! I want my puppy back!
omg im gonna pee theres a sheep called a ‘fat rumped’ sheep and its named that becuase it literally has an enormous ass
loOK AT THAT BOOTY
WTF?! How did that happen?! were they BRED for that??? Or was it evolutionary…WHY?!
holy shit dude
my heart…it cannot…
fnmgskjdfg Alex baby lemme just ekdsjhgdfkjhgv ;A;
Oh god, oh god…..heart…breaking. *SOB*
fuckin’ manatees, so fuckin’ adorable.
god fuckin dammit
Now that’s what we call “cat-like reflexes.”
That’s how my dog does it. No really, he does. It’s horrifying…..
A walrus hides its face in embarrassment as a man presents him with a cake made entirely of fish.
THIS IS THE BEST THING I’VE SEEN IN WEEKS
ONE DAY SIMBA
ALL DEEZ LANDS U CAN HAS
WUT BOUT DAT SHADOW PLAZE
U MUS NEVER GO DER
reblg if u crei evry tiem
Ok cock-of-the-rocks. Where is your mouth.
Your head is like a semi-circle with an eye under it. You look like a goddamn eldritch monstrosity.
How do you eat? Do you engulf your prey like an amoeba? Is there an angler fish jaw hidden under your day-glo orange chest feathers?
GOD DAMN CREEPY SON OF A BITCH WHERE IS YOUR FACE
oh ok please don’t eat me