🌄 incurable:

Bernardo wasn’t a very memorable guy.  He was one of those people you could walk right past and not even notice.  He didn’t leave much of an impression.  None of the women he’d dated even remembered who he was. 
Bernardo spent most nights at home.

incurable:

Bernardo wasn’t a very memorable guy.  He was one of those people you could walk right past and not even notice.  He didn’t leave much of an impression.  None of the women he’d dated even remembered who he was. 

Bernardo spent most nights at home.

🌄 An albino red-neck wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) pet looks out of mother’s pouch in the local zoo of Gettorf, Germany, as it enjoys the sunny temperatures of 62 degrees on Wednesday. It is very rare that kangaroos give birth to an albino pet.
(AP photo by Heribert Proepper / April 7, 2010)
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An albino red-neck wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) pet looks out of mother’s pouch in the local zoo of Gettorf, Germany, as it enjoys the sunny temperatures of 62 degrees on Wednesday. It is very rare that kangaroos give birth to an albino pet.

(AP photo by Heribert Proepper / April 7, 2010)

(via Photos in the news - chicagotribune.com)

🌄 lickystickypickyme:

Ban baffled its owners when it showed off its street loitering look. Thus, the clever dog jumps onto the outside wall and sits astride the ledge, whilst peering around at the neighborhood.
The wall, it’s seemingly favorite perching spot, is a chest-high structure running along the perimeter of the owner’s house.
According to Ban’s bemused owners, no one taught the nifty trick to her.
They assume that the dog was tired of the lack of space inside the house and thereby, devised a way to mount walls.
They also believed that this position probably appealed to Ban as it provided her with a better vantage point of the area.
In this way, Ban, the sitting dog, has been straddling ledges for one year now.
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lickystickypickyme:

Ban baffled its owners when it showed off its street loitering look. Thus, the clever dog jumps onto the outside wall and sits astride the ledge, whilst peering around at the neighborhood.

The wall, it’s seemingly favorite perching spot, is a chest-high structure running along the perimeter of the owner’s house.

According to Ban’s bemused owners, no one taught the nifty trick to her.

They assume that the dog was tired of the lack of space inside the house and thereby, devised a way to mount walls.

They also believed that this position probably appealed to Ban as it provided her with a better vantage point of the area.

In this way, Ban, the sitting dog, has been straddling ledges for one year now.

source

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dailyhuff:

My cat does this sometimes too and it’s never not creepy. This kitty is going for a record or something.

🌄 clusterpod:

Swamp Harrier, Circus approximans, harassed by Wood Swallow, Artamus superciliosus
Mount Hallowell, Western Australia

clusterpod:

Swamp Harrier, Circus approximans, harassed by Wood Swallow, Artamus superciliosus

Mount Hallowell, Western Australia

🌄 potterspoet:

When I left ecuador, I could have told you what kind of bird this is, but I am no longer sure.  I think, though, that it is a Great Egret (Ardea alba)

potterspoet:

When I left ecuador, I could have told you what kind of bird this is, but I am no longer sure.  I think, though, that it is a Great Egret (Ardea alba)

🌄 clusterpod:

Brown Falcon, Falco berigora
Cape Arid national park,  Western Australia

clusterpod:

Brown Falcon, Falco berigora

Cape Arid national park, Western Australia