urbanmongoose:

I love antlers so much, they have the most amazing shapes and colors and textures. I need more antlers!

@3 hours ago with 281 notes
#antlers 
k641739021:

(via GANREF | 山吹水源)
@9 hours ago with 158 notes
#pond 

professional-bird:

fucksubtle:

traceexcalibur:

I smell trouble brewing

Reformation 2: The Aliening

CAN WE JUST TALK ABOUT THE FACT THAT POPE FRANCIS IS SO FRIKKIN CHILL THAT IF AN ALIEN WALKED IN TO THE VATICAN HE WOULDN’T EVEN FREAK OUT HE’D JUST BE LIKE “SUP DUDE LETS GO GET YA SOME JESUS” 

(via trustthapo)

@20 hours ago with 67993 notes
#funny #christianity #religion 
fuckyeahcarnivorousplants:

sundew plant
@20 hours ago with 36 notes
#drosera #carnivorous plants #plants 

enochliew:

Terrariums by Zelda English

(Source: etsy.com, via a-witches-garden)

@20 hours ago with 343 notes
#plants 
twofacedsheep:

A leucistic Opossum.

twofacedsheep:

A leucistic Opossum.

(via endoskeletons-n-ivory)

@6 hours ago with 710 notes
#opossum 
@19 hours ago with 2308 notes
#wolf #cute 
@20 hours ago with 326 notes
#stream 
tigersandcompany:

Today, the 29th of July, is International Tiger Day. It was founded in 2010 at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia, to draw worldwide attention to the severely declining native populations of tigers and their ecosystems, as well as the organisations who are working to save them.
To date, just  over 3,000 tigers still survive in the wild, and despite there being a strong international effort to protecting them,  they are still heavily threatened from poaching, habitat destruction, confrontation with humans and being sold on the illegal wildlife trade market. 
For more information on tigers, their current plight or to find out how you can help, please visit these organisations:
WWF 
21st Century Tiger
Panthera
Tiger Time
(Photo by dickysingh)

tigersandcompany:

Today, the 29th of July, is International Tiger Day. It was founded in 2010 at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia, to draw worldwide attention to the severely declining native populations of tigers and their ecosystems, as well as the organisations who are working to save them.

To date, just  over 3,000 tigers still survive in the wild, and despite there being a strong international effort to protecting them,  they are still heavily threatened from poaching, habitat destruction, confrontation with humans and being sold on the illegal wildlife trade market. 

For more information on tigers, their current plight or to find out how you can help, please visit these organisations:

(Photo by dickysingh)

@20 hours ago with 308 notes
#big cat 
the-silver-forked-sky:

11 May 2014 Lightning by PaigeBurress
@21 hours ago with 31 notes
#Thunderstorm