sixpenceee:

Pink Fairy Armadillo 
Known as the smallest species of armadillo, the pink fairy armadillo has a body that is approximately 90-115 millimeters in length, excluding the tail. It is called pink fairy armadillo because its body is pale rose or pink in color. What makes this animal special is that it can bury itself completely in just a few seconds when it is scared.

sixpenceee:

Pink Fairy Armadillo 

Known as the smallest species of armadillo, the pink fairy armadillo has a body that is approximately 90-115 millimeters in length, excluding the tail. It is called pink fairy armadillo because its body is pale rose or pink in color. What makes this animal special is that it can bury itself completely in just a few seconds when it is scared.

psych2go:

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somethingdnd:

the-ink-pad:

auric-pauper:

Tell me this is not one of the most motivating demotivating posters you’ve ever seen.

Made by Drakevarg

Jeeze, it’s been like, a year since I saw these last. Always reblog these.

these are always beautiful

al-grave:

Baby hippos are the best

al-grave:

Baby hippos are the best

bunnyfood:

(via gifak-net:video)
halfbakedpoet:

And here we see a majestic wild mop without a handle frolicking on a beach…

halfbakedpoet:

And here we see a majestic wild mop without a handle frolicking on a beach…

softchilton:

dopafiend:

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~~OPEN RP~~
“Mudkip” Mudkip mudkipped softly

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"Blaziken!!" Blaziken blazikened loudly and punted Mudkip into orbit.