This butterfly knows whether there will be six more weeks of winter, but as it won’t be alive six weeks from now, isn’t telling anyone.
This is just your reminder that bird wings are complex structures and that they don’t just flap up and down.
This owl knows you’ve broken that new year’s resolution and, as you did the same for three years running, thinks that maybe you should simply accept yourself, flaws and all — but won’t say anything, because that would be rude.
Kangaroo at cat practice.
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.
Sometimes I feel this way about America too.
The algae delivery and dispersal system appears to be functional.
When it gets really hot, the tigers melt.
I was going to make a joke about how wobblies glow white in the sun when viewed in infrared, but that’s not true. This is an albino.
Even in infrared, geese are not evenly distributed
Let fall thy blade on vulnerable crests;
I bear a charmed life, which must not yield,
To one of woman born.
There were once seven dwarf crocodiles. Strangely, they are missing along with that one leucistic alligator that was living with the.
The komodo dragon uses it’s tongue like a bookmark, so it knows where it left off eating.
Do not accept a friend request from this shark. He’s a slacker.