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.
When you can see the weekend coming.
Rhinoceros belated realizing that, much like Moulin Rouge, it’s a lot easier to have fun watching Blue Planet II episodes if you stop 80% of the way through each one.
Giant anteater trying to figure out if International Women’s Day celebrates women with dual or greater citizenship, women that travel a lot, or just women who work on the international space station and Antarctica.
Otter that has accepted the fact that birds suddenly appear every time you are near, but is still puzzled as to the mechanism.
– Have they been camouflaged this whole time?
– Are they teleporting? If so, from where?
– Do they somehow bend space-time, appearing through extremely short-lived wormholes?
– Is it dimensional slippage? Does that make them refuges from collapsing alternate universes?
Monkey pondering whether it’s worth the effort correcting the fundamental misunderstandings in a political meme posting.
Squirrel suddenly realizing that the phrase “you should learn to pick your battles” uses the word ‘pick’ as in ‘to pick at a scab’, and suddenly understands why so many people fight and lose the same battles over and over again.
Squirrel that is puzzled as to why a highly intelligent invasive species that can eat everything and forms collaboration groups to invent new ways to defend its members wants to spend so much time being afraid of things.
Humans are weird.
Squirrels have all the answers:
How did I get here?
You opened your web browser and viewed this post.
How do I work this?
Try the scroll wheel or arrow keys. There’s usually more to see.
Where is that large automobile?
If it’s not where you left it, call the number on the towing sign.
What is that beautiful house?
About $40,000 in materials and $80,000 in labor that is being sold for $1,500,000 because you can look out the windows and see water.
Where does that highway go to?
Vanishing middle America. Maybe take that large automobile on a leisurely journey instead of battling the airport next time.
Am I right?
Am I wrong?
Yes, that is your usual state.
My God! What have I done?
You just spent five minutes laughing at a squirrel that never went to school, yet knows more than you do.
Squirrels are also rather judgmental and condescending.
Bactrian camel listening to Owl City’s “Fireflies,” realizing that ten million fireflies would weigh 440 pounds would generate 6000 lumens of light.
As 6000LM flashlights are $40 on Amazon and weigh a lot less, this camel thinks that Adam Young needs an economics lesson.
Pumpkin suspects the camel is interested in more than just kissing.
Pumpkin has some suspicions about the future.
People believe that camel humps are full of water. This is a lie.
It’s actually helium.
They’re a bit easier to see in the fall.
For some reason, Hasbro’s spinoff “Cannibalistic Cannibalistic Hippos” never caught on.
I promised an updated wombat shot with my low-light camera.
Here you go. Taken in near pitch blackness – 1/20th of a second at ISO 25600, handheld.
For those of you that wanted to see (part of) the inside of a hippo.
I have nothing against breast feeding in public, but as the kid grows larger and larger, there’s a point where it gets udderly ridiculous.