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04/19/14 @ 16:06
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enraptored:

noot noot

enraptored:

noot noot

04/19/14 @ 3:42
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tags: what. video.
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kenfucky:

THIS IS MY FAVORITE VINE

WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK

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04/18/14 @ 14:59
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tags: good art.
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childrensbooks:

lookunderfoot:liquidnight:

Brian Wildsmith - Illustration from his book The Owl and the Woodpecker

n3ongold3n:

groeneinkt:

hicockalorum:

childrensbooks:

lookunderfoot:liquidnight:

Brian Wildsmith - Illustration from his book The Owl and the Woodpecker

04/18/14 @ 14:58
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awwww-cute:

My friend was chosen by a chinchilla once

awwww-cute:

My friend was chosen by a chinchilla once

04/18/14 @ 14:54
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tags: bats.
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astronomy-to-zoology:

Western Pipistrelle (Parastrellus hesperus)
Also known as the “Canyon Bat” the western pipistrelle is a species of vesper bat (Vespertilionidae) that occurs in Mexico and the western United States. Like most bats western pipistrelles are active at night and are insectivorous. During periods of time when the weather gets cold or if food supplies lower P. hesperus is known to enter a period of hibernation, hibernating in caves, mines and rocky crevices.
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Mammalia-Chiroptera-Vespertilionidae-Parastrellus-P. hesperus
Image: NPS

astronomy-to-zoology:

Western Pipistrelle (Parastrellus hesperus)

Also known as the “Canyon Bat” the western pipistrelle is a species of vesper bat (Vespertilionidae) that occurs in Mexico and the western United States. Like most bats western pipistrelles are active at night and are insectivorous. During periods of time when the weather gets cold or if food supplies lower P. hesperus is known to enter a period of hibernation, hibernating in caves, mines and rocky crevices.

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Mammalia-Chiroptera-Vespertilionidae-Parastrellus-P. hesperus

Image: NPS

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