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What looks good today may not look good tomorrow.
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funn3r:

For fun X)
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troylitten:

FULL STOP / Signing off on the workweek with some stop signs from the Troyland archive. Go enjoy your weekend!View Post
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bochinohito:

Otters - Imgur
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ephemeral-phantasm:

boing boing boing boing boing
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vj-gif:

Vj-gif
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thingsonhazelshead:

Sevens…
thingsonhazelshead:

Sevens…
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gxnjaqueen:

take me here.
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vj-gif:

Vj-Gif
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poochin:

Daily Picdump #1080
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animalics:

Wild wombat © Karen Plimmer
Source: kelpie1 (flickr)
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rhamphotheca:

Rescued Baby Aussie Animals in Pictures
Photographer Alex Cearns has taken a series of striking images of a baby Tasmanian devil, quoll, wombat and other baby animals, to raise funds for a new 24-hour wildlife hospital at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania. Prints are available by emailing, 50% of profits going to the sanctuary.
photos:
R - Jock the baby Tasmanian devil is one of two baby devils raised by a specialist carer near Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Hobart. At just four months old, Jock was rescued after his mother was euthanised due to the fatal devil facial tumor disease.
L - Max the baby wombat was photographed at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Hobart. At six months old, Max was rescued from his dead mother’s pouch in August 2013. 
Read/see more and help out!
(via: Guardian UK)
rhamphotheca:

Rescued Baby Aussie Animals in Pictures
Photographer Alex Cearns has taken a series of striking images of a baby Tasmanian devil, quoll, wombat and other baby animals, to raise funds for a new 24-hour wildlife hospital at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania. Prints are available by emailing, 50% of profits going to the sanctuary.
photos:
R - Jock the baby Tasmanian devil is one of two baby devils raised by a specialist carer near Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Hobart. At just four months old, Jock was rescued after his mother was euthanised due to the fatal devil facial tumor disease.
L - Max the baby wombat was photographed at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Hobart. At six months old, Max was rescued from his dead mother’s pouch in August 2013. 
Read/see more and help out!
(via: Guardian UK)