fairy-wren:

(via 500px / Spring is Coming by Dalia Kvedaraite) *Long Tailed Tit

Tags: birds

julystorms:

fuku-shuu:

Levi x 3DMG in the “A Choice with No Regrets” trailer

The sequence is simply stunning.

I’m mostly looking forward to seeing the Underground animated/in color, because I feel like it’ll give a better idea of what it’s supposed to look like (vs. black and white). 

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dangervvank:

"what music are you into?"
"i like this! it’s very grown up…"

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photogenicfelines:

(manyfires)

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libutron:

Pink Robin - Petroica rodinogaster
This chubby little bird is a male Pink Robin, Petroica rodinogaster (Passeriformes - Petroicidae). They are distinctive by having the throat and upperparts sooty black, and the breast and belly colored deep lilac-pink. Pink Robins Inhabit rainforest and tall, open eucalypt forest in Tasmania and the uplands of eastern Victoria and far south-eastern New South Wales (Australia).
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Charlie Price | Locality: Liffy Falls Carpark, Tasmania (2014)

libutron:

Pink Robin - Petroica rodinogaster

This chubby little bird is a male Pink Robin, Petroica rodinogaster (Passeriformes - Petroicidae). They are distinctive by having the throat and upperparts sooty black, and the breast and belly colored deep lilac-pink. Pink Robins Inhabit rainforest and tall, open eucalypt forest in Tasmania and the uplands of eastern Victoria and far south-eastern New South Wales (Australia).

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Charlie Price | Locality: Liffy Falls Carpark, Tasmania (2014)

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mostlycatsmostly:

Baby Caracal (via Nabeel Mustafa)
libutron:

ornithologia:

fairy-wren:

bateleur eagle
(photo by alan tunnicliffe)

Bateleur
Order: Accipitriformes
Family: Accipitridae

Terathopius ecaudatus

libutron:

ornithologia:

fairy-wren:

bateleur eagle

(photo by alan tunnicliffe)

Bateleur

Order: Accipitriformes

Family: Accipitridae

Terathopius ecaudatus

metazoa-etcetera:

The Kagu (Rhynochetos jubatus) is an endangered, flightless bird occurring in the forests of New Caledonia. 
[Photo source unknown.]

metazoa-etcetera:

The Kagu (Rhynochetos jubatus) is an endangered, flightless bird occurring in the forests of New Caledonia. 

[Photo source unknown.]

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cool-critters:

Malagasy civet (Fossa Fossana)

The Malagasy or striped civet is an euplerid endemic to Madagascar. It is a small mammal: about 47 cm excluding the tail (which is only about 20 cm) and 2.5 kg. It has the appearance and movements of a small fox. It is nocturnal, though sources disagree over whether it is solitary or, unusual among euplerids, lives in pairs. It is not a good climber and frequents ravines. It eats small vertebrates (mammals, reptiles, and amphibians), insects, and eggs stolen from birds’ nests. Though threatened by deforestation, hunting and competition from introduced species, the Malagasy civet is locally common.

photo credits: itsnature, biolib, link, blueanimalbio

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burghers:

when people say nice things about you

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