This Is Just Me
what i think and what i like.
This Is Just Me
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setbabiesonfire:

digdaga:

Photographer Lassi Rautiainen recently captured the profound partnership between a she-wolf and a brown bear in the wilds of northern Finland. For days, he witnessed the strange pair meet every evening to share food after a hard day of hunting. No one knows when or how this relationship was formed, “but it is certain that by now each of them needs the other.” - Source

I love this more than I can put into words.
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fuckyeahfoxfriends:

This may be the most beautiful fox I’ve ever seen
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musclecarinstant:

 good cobra ;D
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It’s like a dark paradise. (by Thiago SL)| Petropólis, Brazil
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cityneonlights:

cityneonlights
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Can I do this for realsies
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Word
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battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
battledinosaur:

I love this show with my whole heart.
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mediamattersforamerica:

Number of segments that Sunday News shows on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN and Fox gave to the People’s Climate March on the day that it happened: ZERO. 
Even if media outlets didn’t find this historical event significant enough to take time for, Americans sure did. An estimated 400,000 people took a stand against man-made climate change in a march that extended over 4 miles long in the streets of New York City. 

Amen, finally getting some attent…… Oh wait, I guess media didn’t get the memo….
mediamattersforamerica:

Number of segments that Sunday News shows on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN and Fox gave to the People’s Climate March on the day that it happened: ZERO. 
Even if media outlets didn’t find this historical event significant enough to take time for, Americans sure did. An estimated 400,000 people took a stand against man-made climate change in a march that extended over 4 miles long in the streets of New York City. 

Amen, finally getting some attent…… Oh wait, I guess media didn’t get the memo….
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