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Hex light is a led light that you can attach to your arm and work in a dark complitely hands free

ragilliarach:

Sebuah momen intim terekam antara induk orangutan dan bayinya di Taman Nasional Tanjung Puting, Kalimantan. Spesies arboreal ini memiliki interval kelahiran panjang—salah satu yang terpanjang di antara para hewan menyusui lain, biasanya sekitar delapan tahun.Foto oleh : Jami Tarris

ragilliarach:

Sebuah momen intim terekam antara induk orangutan dan bayinya di Taman Nasional Tanjung Puting, Kalimantan. Spesies arboreal ini memiliki interval kelahiran panjang—salah satu yang terpanjang di antara para hewan menyusui lain, biasanya sekitar delapan tahun.Foto oleh : Jami Tarris

thedailywhat:

It’s Caturday!
[diy / gas.]

thedailywhat:

It’s Caturday!

[diy / gas.]

kingdom-of-animals:

Izu_MG_2266 by day1953 on Flickr.
fairy-wren:

rainbow lorikeets
(photo by ucumari)

fairy-wren:

rainbow lorikeets

(photo by ucumari)

funkysafari:

Hunting Jaguar
by Ammit J

funkysafari:

Hunting Jaguar

by Ammit J

lefigaro-photos:

Saint Béluga - Immergé dans les eaux limpides et glacées de son bassin de l’aquarium géant de Vancouver, au Canada, ce béluga dessine d’étranges auréoles aquatiques en expulsant de drôles de bulles d’air. Ce mammifère, qui vit dans les eaux arctiques et subarctiques, peut atteindre 6m et peser une tonne et demie. On estime sa population à environ 100.000 individus. (Hiroya Minakuchi/Minden Pictures/JH Editorial)
Saint Beluga - Submerged in the clear, cold waters of his tank at the giant aquarium in Vancouver, Canada, this beluga designs watery halos by exhaling bubbles of air. This mammal, which lives in artic and sub artic waters, can reach a length of almost 20 ft (6 m) and weigh a ton and a half. The beluga population is estimated to be made up of only about 100,000 animals.

lefigaro-photos:

Saint Béluga - Immergé dans les eaux limpides et glacées de son bassin de l’aquarium géant de Vancouver, au Canada, ce béluga dessine d’étranges auréoles aquatiques en expulsant de drôles de bulles d’air. Ce mammifère, qui vit dans les eaux arctiques et subarctiques, peut atteindre 6m et peser une tonne et demie. On estime sa population à environ 100.000 individus. (Hiroya Minakuchi/Minden Pictures/JH Editorial)

Saint Beluga - Submerged in the clear, cold waters of his tank at the giant aquarium in Vancouver, Canada, this beluga designs watery halos by exhaling bubbles of air. This mammal, which lives in artic and sub artic waters, can reach a length of almost 20 ft (6 m) and weigh a ton and a half. The beluga population is estimated to be made up of only about 100,000 animals.

mabelmoments:

Picture: Michael Poliza

mabelmoments:

Picture: Michael Poliza