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sweet baby in rescue with Hockman Ranch Sanctuary

I love LaManchs!

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if you don’t think mules are the absolute coolest, heres 20 mules pulling a wagon train and hopping over their chains without guidance to properly pull the wagons. I hope that changed your mind. 

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Yes!! Such easy going smarties. If you don’t love mules, don’t talk to me. Ever.

I need one. Or 15.

God they are cool

I live Mules!

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premonition-xx:

This lamb is incredibly happy to be in this world finally

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This lamb is incredibly happy to be in this world finally

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The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

fluffyplant:

invisiblesbians:

4gifs:

The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via sexuallyfrustratedavocado)

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Kyrgyz Nomads, Afghanistan
Photograph by Matthieu Paley, National GeographicKyrgyz herders adore their cell phones, which they acquire by trading and keep charged with solar-powered car batteries. Though useless for communication—cellular service doesn’t reach the isolated plateau—the gadgets are used to play music and take photos.

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Kyrgyz Nomads, Afghanistan
Photograph by Matthieu Paley, National Geographic
Kyrgyz herders adore their cell phones, which they acquire by trading and keep charged with solar-powered car batteries. Though useless for communication—cellular service doesn’t reach the isolated plateau—the gadgets are used to play music and take photos.

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Eastern Screech Owl, Georgia
Photograph by Graham McGeorgeMasters of disguise. The eastern screech owl is seen here doing what they do best. You better have a sharp eye to spot these little birds of prey. Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, U.S.A.

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Eastern Screech Owl, Georgia
Photograph by Graham McGeorge
Masters of disguise. The eastern screech owl is seen here doing what they do best. You better have a sharp eye to spot these little birds of prey. Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, U.S.A.

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Children’s smile
Photo and caption by Aleksandr Romanov
Life behind polar circle
Location: Tazovsky peninsula, Jamalonenetsky district, Russia

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Children’s smile
Photo and caption by Aleksandr Romanov
Life behind polar circle
Location: Tazovsky peninsula, Jamalonenetsky district, Russia