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The #forestnymph still hasn’t found his berries :/ But he made friends :D by Gio Volpe

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meladoodle:

My tap in action

it sounds like a thousand phoenixes screaming

im so offended

sauerkrauts:

My passion is learning new languages, so here are some good sites to help you learn the following languages!  Please feel free to add on!

Hey also that picture up there is transparent, which is pretty fucking awesome.

biomorphosis:

Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves where there is a strict ranking system within the pack, led by the dominant breeding pair.
They are the world’s most sociable Dogs and do everything as a group, from hunting and sharing food, to helping sick members and assisting in raising young where all members take care of the babies. African wild Dogs communicate between one another through touch, movement and sound. Pack members are incredibly close, gathering together before a hunt to nose and lick each other, whilst wagging their tails and making high-pitched noises.
biomorphosis:

Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves where there is a strict ranking system within the pack, led by the dominant breeding pair.
They are the world’s most sociable Dogs and do everything as a group, from hunting and sharing food, to helping sick members and assisting in raising young where all members take care of the babies. African wild Dogs communicate between one another through touch, movement and sound. Pack members are incredibly close, gathering together before a hunt to nose and lick each other, whilst wagging their tails and making high-pitched noises.
biomorphosis:

Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves where there is a strict ranking system within the pack, led by the dominant breeding pair.
They are the world’s most sociable Dogs and do everything as a group, from hunting and sharing food, to helping sick members and assisting in raising young where all members take care of the babies. African wild Dogs communicate between one another through touch, movement and sound. Pack members are incredibly close, gathering together before a hunt to nose and lick each other, whilst wagging their tails and making high-pitched noises.
biomorphosis:

Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves where there is a strict ranking system within the pack, led by the dominant breeding pair.
They are the world’s most sociable Dogs and do everything as a group, from hunting and sharing food, to helping sick members and assisting in raising young where all members take care of the babies. African wild Dogs communicate between one another through touch, movement and sound. Pack members are incredibly close, gathering together before a hunt to nose and lick each other, whilst wagging their tails and making high-pitched noises.
biomorphosis:

Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves where there is a strict ranking system within the pack, led by the dominant breeding pair.
They are the world’s most sociable Dogs and do everything as a group, from hunting and sharing food, to helping sick members and assisting in raising young where all members take care of the babies. African wild Dogs communicate between one another through touch, movement and sound. Pack members are incredibly close, gathering together before a hunt to nose and lick each other, whilst wagging their tails and making high-pitched noises.
biomorphosis:

Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves where there is a strict ranking system within the pack, led by the dominant breeding pair.
They are the world’s most sociable Dogs and do everything as a group, from hunting and sharing food, to helping sick members and assisting in raising young where all members take care of the babies. African wild Dogs communicate between one another through touch, movement and sound. Pack members are incredibly close, gathering together before a hunt to nose and lick each other, whilst wagging their tails and making high-pitched noises.

biomorphosis:

Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves where there is a strict ranking system within the pack, led by the dominant breeding pair.

They are the world’s most sociable Dogs and do everything as a group, from hunting and sharing food, to helping sick members and assisting in raising young where all members take care of the babies. African wild Dogs communicate between one another through touch, movement and sound. Pack members are incredibly close, gathering together before a hunt to nose and lick each other, whilst wagging their tails and making high-pitched noises.

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