pantherwhales-spout:

izziesworldofizzie:

Every time I go downstairs to the laundry room, this pigeon tries to seduce me.

"we have incompatible genitals" is now my favorite excuse.

(Reblogged from pantherwhales-spout)

moreanimalia:

runeybadger:

chikittyxo:

submariet:

The kakapo is one of the rarest parrots in the world:

It’s flightless
It’s the world’s heaviest parrot
It’s possibly the oldest living bird and
It has a subsonic mating boom that can travel several kilometres

it doesn’t even walk

it GALUMPHS

there is literally no other word for what this precious moss potato is doing

precious moss potato

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(Source: svartvitkatt)

(Reblogged from ergonomiczombie)

pepperandpals:

The goal of #SmallPetRespect is to encourage current and potential owners of small pets to become more educated on the animals they care for.

By tweeting facts and advice, we’ll destroy some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding the smallest of our companions.  

When it comes to animals like birds (particularly budgies and cockatiels), small mammals, rodents, reptiles, fish (bettas need special mention), amphibians, arachnids, etc, many are picked up on a whim without proper prior research. Many of these animals are cheaply obtained at chain pet stores.

To make matters worse, many enclosures, tanks, cages, and habitats sold in pet stores are not suitable for the animals they are marketed for.

Many animals wind up mistreated due to ignorance and a prevailing attitude that such pets are disposable. It’s time to change that.

Do you share your home with a small pet? What would you say to someone looking into owning one? You can join the conversation on Twitter and Tumblr by tagging #SmallPetRespect.

Share stories, wisdom learned, facts, resources, advice and more. Please signal boost! Help us show that though they are small, all pets deserve respect.

(Reblogged from beachgecko)

twentysplenty:

Pawel Kuczynski’s satirical art. Take a moment to look at these properly.

(Reblogged from ergonomiczombie)

tastefullyoffensive:

Be careful with your kindness. [x]

(Reblogged from tastefullyoffensive)

Just because we’re small..

thepacificparrotlet:

doesn’t mean we aren’t a lot to handle.

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that we don’t have the same health issues.image

we need lots of mental stimulation to be healthy.

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The whole world is supposed to be our cage so we deserve the best that you can afford.

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Our feet are not designed for perfect cylinders

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and without proper nutrition, we won’t live for very long.

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We are not a decoration, our size does not make up cheaper, we live for 25+ years and deserve to live the best lives possible.

(Reblogged from captivating-animals)
(Reblogged from dope-gif)
(Reblogged from pejerreysillo)
libutron:

Brown Pricklenape
Acanthosaura lepidogaster (Agamidae) is a striking agamid lizard that occurs in Southeast Asia, from Myanmar and northern Thailand, through Lao PDR to Viet Nam and south to Cambodia. It also occurs in the southern Chinese provinces of Yunnan, Guangix, Guangdong, Fujian and Hainan.
Acanthosaura lepidogaster is commonly referred as Brown Pricklenape,  and Scale-bellied Tree Lizard. 
These lizards are arboreal and are usually restricted to evergreen forests, often near streams.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Thomas Calame
Locality: Lao People’s Democratic Republic

libutron:

Brown Pricklenape

Acanthosaura lepidogaster (Agamidae) is a striking agamid lizard that occurs in Southeast Asia, from Myanmar and northern Thailand, through Lao PDR to Viet Nam and south to Cambodia. It also occurs in the southern Chinese provinces of Yunnan, Guangix, Guangdong, Fujian and Hainan.

Acanthosaura lepidogaster is commonly referred as Brown Pricklenape,  and Scale-bellied Tree Lizard. 

These lizards are arboreal and are usually restricted to evergreen forests, often near streams.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Thomas Calame

Locality: Lao People’s Democratic Republic

(Reblogged from howtoskinatiger)

fishontree:

osiemfr:

just a quick scribble for now~

I planned to finish this one, but after spending some more time on it I decided I would rather start new one. Still kind of like it.

(Reblogged from fishontree)