Iguana contemplating the phrase “life is hard”, thinking that really, life is extremely easy.
It’s living within a society with intentionally-designed capitalist and sociological barriers to your success that’s hard.
And then the justice,
In fair round belly with good capon lined,
With eyes severe and beard of formal cut,
Full of wise saws and modern instances;
And so he plays his part.
Snowy owls aren’t actually snowy. They’re just white.
This is good because otherwise they’d melt when they come inside for the bird show.
To bears generating a comment thread.
Amur tiger stopping in his tracks as he realizes that beekeeping only works if the bees are not kept at all, but are instead allowed to roam freely, collecting pollen for miles around.
Just thought it was time for another supportive post.
Eagle pondering that an alternative solution would be genetically engineer people to have bulletproof skin, but realizing that such an approach would require funding research scientists, so it won’t happen either.
After you get into a fight with your shadow.
Ó lá go lá, mo thuras,
An bealach fada romham.
Ó oíche go hoíche, mo thuras,
Na scéalta nach mbeidh a choích.
It gets really contrasty in the desert at night.
It was really windy that year.
The most dramatic part of the cactus show is when the music reaches a crescendo, the fan dancers move aside, and the lead singer prances out – owning the stage in prickly glory.
Even though it knows all the answers, no one ever calls on the cactus.
I don’t think bird feet have any nerves in them at all.
When you produce a flower larger as you are tall, you might be compensating for something …
In this case, they’re compensating for the fact that an arid climate has fewer pollinators to attract.
In Arizona, as in Minnesota, they turn on the heaters when they expect people to be outside when it’s cold.
We just differ a bit about on what constitutes “cold” … by about 50 degrees F.
Sometimes you see a bee and just have an infrared camera with you.
Sometimes that works out.
African crowned crane who knows that things can be thrown out of whack, but who doesn’t understand how things are gotten into whack in the first place.
1) Avian dinosaurs never went extinct. We just call them birds now.
2) Dinosaurs evolved feathers long ago.
3) We generally don’t know the colour of those feathers.
This Great Hornbill worries that others will learn he bribed his professors in college and blackmailed his way to partner status. He lives in constant fear that his “great” status will be revoked.