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Dhiho’s Seahorse
Credit: Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.This Japanese seahorse is just over one inch (2.5 cm) long. Its curly tail can anchor the seahorse to algae or coral.

Dhiho’s Seahorse

Credit: Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.This Japanese seahorse is just over one inch (2.5 cm) long. Its curly tail can anchor the seahorse to algae or coral.

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Cannot stop staring at this.

Cannot stop staring at this.

(Source: h3adline, via wild-earth)

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Amazing. 
h-e-a-v-e-n:

what a life.

Amazing. 

h-e-a-v-e-n:

what a life.

(Source: sadgirl1017, via naturesfreak)

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Because so far we aren’t doing too well protecting the ones we know of now. 

Because so far we aren’t doing too well protecting the ones we know of now. 

(Source: theburiedlife, via scarecrow-and-fungus)

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Cat napping? Dancing? Im’ma go with dancing. 

Cat napping? Dancing? Im’ma go with dancing. 

Photoset

I love reading the quote below and watching the gif again hahahaha

fucka-duck:

It’s like the cat realizes whose holding it in the second gif

…WHAT A MINUTE, ANDERSON COOPER! 

(via justhugharry)

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Like a boss.

Like a boss.

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Reality bites. 

Reality bites. 

(via niquitaloca)

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Stunt elephant. Circa 1980. 

Stunt elephant. Circa 1980. 

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Researchers dressed in panda costumes put a panda cub into a basket before transferring it to a new living environment at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center.
The panda costumes are part of a new plan to reintroduce captive giant pandas back into the wild.

Researchers dressed in panda costumes put a panda cub into a basket before transferring it to a new living environment at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center.

The panda costumes are part of a new plan to reintroduce captive giant pandas back into the wild.

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-Mark Laita

-Mark Laita

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Scorpion under black light. Scientists can’t figure out why this phenomenon occurs. Costa Rica. 

Scorpion under black light. Scientists can’t figure out why this phenomenon occurs. Costa Rica. 

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Leafy Seadragon, a fascinating and very endangered creature. 

Leafy Seadragon, a fascinating and very endangered creature.