❝ Caitlyn/Cat/T-bone❞

I'm twenty-One years young and I hail from the land of Delaware. My interests include: Dagorhir, Dungeons & Dragons, Books, Writing, Animals & Animal Rights, Camping, Nature, Feminism, Marijuana and Rock n' Roll.

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earth-song:

Fresh by floridapfe
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itacism:

Zion Overlook Trail by Johannes Huwe on Flickr.
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animals-animals-animals:

New Guinea Turaco (by ALittleOffKilter)

animals-animals-animals:

New Guinea Turaco (by ALittleOffKilter)

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earth-song:

"Striped Humour " by Brendon Jennings

earth-song:

"Striped Humour " by Brendon Jennings

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Tiny kitty :D

Tiny kitty :D

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thepredatorblog:

Spotted hyenas (by Kushal Shah)

thepredatorblog:

Spotted hyenas (by Kushal Shah)

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itacism:

Tre Cime by rachel_thecat on Flickr.
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eximago:

The Great Blue Turaco is not only the largest species of turaco (family Musophagidae) but is the largest member of the the cuckoo order (Cuculiformes), growing up to 30 inches and nearly three pounds. Like all members of its family, the great blue turaco is native to Africa, and within the Democratic Republic of Congo, they are often hunted for food. Despite this, they are not rare birds and are listed as “Least Concern” by the IUCN.

eximago:

The Great Blue Turaco is not only the largest species of turaco (family Musophagidae) but is the largest member of the the cuckoo order (Cuculiformes), growing up to 30 inches and nearly three pounds. Like all members of its family, the great blue turaco is native to Africa, and within the Democratic Republic of Congo, they are often hunted for food. Despite this, they are not rare birds and are listed as “Least Concern” by the IUCN.

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chunity:

untitled by anna verlet shelton on Flickr.