FINISHED. I’ve invented a ‘Daeydoim’ for The Dark Crystal competition. Basically humble cart pulling omnivores that reside on the edge of deserts. They disperse heat through their large dorsal scales and scrape vegetation off trees with their long incisors. Short fighting tusks also enable them to catch river creatures similar to fish and broad hooves make walking on sand easy. They’re commonly used within the Dark Crystal realm for long distance trade and agricultural farming.

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Someone didn’t follow instructions on how to build a Cat

That is some INSANE Bracycephalia!

this is so sad like, how the fuck does that cat even breathe properly during an excersice??? how the fuck does it even eat and drink properly??? tfw u lack an actual SNOUT and some creature breeds ur kind for it because it’s aesthetically pleasing to them.

oh and also they call this qualzucht, which literally translates to torture breeding. torture breeding is illegal in germany, for one (idk about other countries). 

this is honestly gross like it’s actual animal cruelty. and people don’t even see the cruelty part of this..

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Mantas by Rory Moore

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Read each story here:http://vogue.cm/XSNWEq

i dont think you guys realize the importance of black hair being celebrated ON VOGUE..

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Mouflon [Ovis orientalis]

(Source: Flickr / csabatokolyi)

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A venue of vultures all in a row… Turkey Vultures (Cathartes aura) gather on fence posts in Ashville, OH.

photograph by Mike Horn

(via: Cornell Lab of Ornithology)

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Mongolian Girls continuing the 6000-year old tradition

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Sika Deer at Arne Nature Reserve

(by Nicholas Clegg)

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