questionableadvice:

~ The Lady’s Annual Register and Housewife’s Memorandum Book for 1838, by Caroline Gilmanvia Internet Archive

Oh dear…

questionableadvice:

~ The Lady’s Annual Register and Housewife’s Memorandum Book for 1838, by Caroline Gilman
via Internet Archive

Oh dear…

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Short-tailed fruit bat (Carollia perspicillata)
Lateral (top) and ventral (bottom) views of stage 19 bat embryos as viewed by reflected light (left) or after alcian blue staining and clearing (right). 
photo by Chris Cretekos and Richard Behringer

It’s so tiny and adorable.

Short-tailed fruit bat (Carollia perspicillata)

Lateral (top) and ventral (bottom) views of stage 19 bat embryos as viewed by reflected light (left) or after alcian blue staining and clearing (right). 

photo by Chris Cretekos and Richard Behringer

It’s so tiny and adorable.

(via ohyeahdevelopmentalbiology)

cordisre:

Baby Elephant on Womb by National Geographic 

cordisre:

Baby Elephant on Womb by National Geographic 

(via theanimalblog)

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yackattack:

Save Baboog!
I’m going to take a break from food for a second and share something that is close to my heart. My friend Jason’s great dane, Baboog, is suffering from lymphoma. This is a common cancer among dogs and responds very well to chemo when treated, unfortunately this treatment costs thousands of dollars. Baboog has started the chemotherapy and the bills are coming in, creating a huge financial and mental burden.
My friends and I have put together this Give Forward page and I would really appreciate it if you guys either donated even just the slightest bit, or at least reblogged this so that it gets more exposure! Thank you everyone, and I have a great recipe for you later on today!

yackattack:

Save Baboog!

I’m going to take a break from food for a second and share something that is close to my heart. My friend Jason’s great dane, Baboog, is suffering from lymphoma. This is a common cancer among dogs and responds very well to chemo when treated, unfortunately this treatment costs thousands of dollars. Baboog has started the chemotherapy and the bills are coming in, creating a huge financial and mental burden.

My friends and I have put together this Give Forward page and I would really appreciate it if you guys either donated even just the slightest bit, or at least reblogged this so that it gets more exposure! Thank you everyone, and I have a great recipe for you later on today!

(via veganfeast)

inothernews:

“Hawkeye is/was his loyal ‘son’. To say that he was an amazing man  doesn’t do him justice. The loss of Jon to his family, military family  and friends is immeasurable. I hadn’t planned on taking any pictures  other than with family. However, from my seat at the funeral, I felt  compelled to take one photo to share with family members that couldn’t  make it or couldn’t see what I could from the aisle. This is that photo.”

— LISA PEMBLETON, cousin of Petty Officer Jon Tumilson, one of 38 people killed when the military helicopter he was on was shot down by Taliban militants during a rescue mission in Afghanistan earlier this month.  The above photo, taken by Ms. Pembleton, shows Tumilson’s faithful pet, Hawkeye, laying on the floor in front of the Navy SEAL’s casket at his funeral.

(Photo via the Daily Mail; quote via The West Australian)

inothernews:

“Hawkeye is/was his loyal ‘son’. To say that he was an amazing man doesn’t do him justice. The loss of Jon to his family, military family and friends is immeasurable. I hadn’t planned on taking any pictures other than with family. However, from my seat at the funeral, I felt compelled to take one photo to share with family members that couldn’t make it or couldn’t see what I could from the aisle. This is that photo.”

— LISA PEMBLETON, cousin of Petty Officer Jon Tumilson, one of 38 people killed when the military helicopter he was on was shot down by Taliban militants during a rescue mission in Afghanistan earlier this month.  The above photo, taken by Ms. Pembleton, shows Tumilson’s faithful pet, Hawkeye, laying on the floor in front of the Navy SEAL’s casket at his funeral.

(Photo via the Daily Mail; quote via The West Australian)

damnthatswhack:

Daily Dose of Adorable
Two-year-old chimpanzee “Do Do” feeds milk to “Aorn”, a 60-day-old tiger cub, at Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo in Samut Prakan province on the outskirts of Bangkok, on July 30, 2011. (Reuters/Sukree Sukplang)
(via TheAtlantic)

damnthatswhack:

Daily Dose of Adorable

Two-year-old chimpanzee “Do Do” feeds milk to “Aorn”, a 60-day-old tiger cub, at Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo in Samut Prakan province on the outskirts of Bangkok, on July 30, 2011. (Reuters/Sukree Sukplang)

(via TheAtlantic)

(Source: damnthatswhack)

inothernews:

CAMERON THE LION: Come on, Zabu, we should totally do this.ZABU THE WHITE TIGER: Do what?CAMERON: Form a band.ZABU: A band?CAMERON: Yes.  I’ll do guitar.  You can do vocals.ZABU (unconvinced): Hhhmph.  CAMERON: And we should get a bear.  On drums.ZABU: A bear?  Why a bear?CAMERON: ‘Cause then we can call ourselves “Oh My.”  (Beat.)  Get it?  (Nudges her.)ZABU: You’re daft, Cameron.  Get off me.
(Photo of Zabu the white tiger and Cameron the lion at the Big Cat Rescue complex in Tampa, Florida — which rescued them from a roadside zoo about eight years ago — by Barcroft Media via the Telegraph)

inothernews:

CAMERON THE LION: Come on, Zabu, we should totally do this.
ZABU THE WHITE TIGER: Do what?
CAMERON: Form a band.
ZABU: A band?
CAMERON: Yes. I’ll do guitar. You can do vocals.
ZABU (unconvinced): Hhhmph.
CAMERON: And we should get a bear. On drums.
ZABU: A bear? Why a bear?
CAMERON: ‘Cause then we can call ourselves “Oh My.” (Beat.)  Get it? (Nudges her.)
ZABU: You’re daft, Cameron. Get off me.

(Photo of Zabu the white tiger and Cameron the lion at the Big Cat Rescue complex in Tampa, Florida — which rescued them from a roadside zoo about eight years ago — by Barcroft Media via the Telegraph)