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wonderous-world:

Photographer Matt Binstead captured these stunning photos of a TINY harvest mouse as it clinged to a dandelion blowing in the wind in the British Wildlife Centre in Lingfield. [Article]

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frozenplanet:

There is more than sharing going on in the ocean. 
Some species depend on one another. Immune to the paralyzing venom 
of the sea anemone, clownfish hide in her tentacles.

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lostbeasts:

togifs:

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just imagine this is actually Daspletosaurus or something

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kim-jong-healthy:

nature never intended some creatures to meet

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seventy-five-percent-water:

Gymnosomata, commonly known as Sea Angels. An apt name- the sea angels are the ethereal, translucent, fluttering angels of the sea. 

In hard scientific terms, they’re small swimming sea slugs, but we’ll pass over that for now and just admire how delicately beautiful these wonderful creatures are.

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anhonestdrug:

DO NOT MAKE THE DANGEROUS DECISION OF NOT REBLOGGING THIS POST

I mean it’s A BAT HUGGING A TEDDY BEAR. I COULD BARF A RAINBOW THIS IS SO ADORBS.

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