Bitch please i am fabulous.
overtheunderpass:

Wow, check out this great photo of nothing but carpeted stairs. 

overtheunderpass:

Wow, check out this great photo of nothing but carpeted stairs. 

welcometonightvale:

SCC commission for Helix @ Aywas of their character Libra!

welcometonightvale:

SCC commission for Helix @ Aywas of their character Libra!

thepredatorblog:

blairaroberts:

Cubs at the den

Spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta)

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya - 2014

BABIES


asperatus cloud x

asperatus cloud x

itsstuckyinmyhead:

In honor of my 400th post and reaching 2,500 followers, I have decided to go completely of topic and give you this beauty. If you want more feel free to tell me.

scrumpygoat:

blackpaws I HOPE UR BADGER IS READY TO GO ON AN ADVENTURE B/C HER RIDE IS HERE

scrumpygoat:

blackpaws I HOPE UR BADGER IS READY TO GO ON AN ADVENTURE B/C HER RIDE IS HERE

vampirtini:

jaimeuncledaddylannister:

here we are kids
it’s finally over

sunrise…sunset…

vampirtini:

jaimeuncledaddylannister:

here we are kids

it’s finally over

sunrise…sunset…

libutron:

Dwarf Caiman - Paleosuchus palpebrosus
Also named Cuvier’s Smooth-fronted Caiman, Paleosuchus palpebrosus (Crocodylia - Alligatoridae) is a small, South American caiman, found near rivers and inundated savanna areas. This species is the smallest of the family. Males grow to about 1.3-1.5 meters, while the females grow to 1.2 meters. 
Paleosuchus palpebrosus is a social species with diverse and interesting behaviors. Like most crocodilians, they can convey social messages through sounds, postures, movements, smells, and touch. Although most crocodilians are somewhat social, P. palpebrosus are typically found alone or in pairs. 
Systematic studies of adults indicate that there are dominance hierarchies within groups. The most hostile and aggressive individuals appear to be the most dominant. These individuals control access to mates, nest sites, food, and living space. Dominance is asserted and maintained by social signals and displays.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Thierry Montford | Locality: French Guiana (2008)

libutron:

Dwarf Caiman - Paleosuchus palpebrosus

Also named Cuvier’s Smooth-fronted Caiman, Paleosuchus palpebrosus (Crocodylia - Alligatoridae) is a small, South American caiman, found near rivers and inundated savanna areas. This species is the smallest of the family. Males grow to about 1.3-1.5 meters, while the females grow to 1.2 meters. 

Paleosuchus palpebrosus is a social species with diverse and interesting behaviors. Like most crocodilians, they can convey social messages through sounds, postures, movements, smells, and touch. Although most crocodilians are somewhat social, P. palpebrosus are typically found alone or in pairs. 

Systematic studies of adults indicate that there are dominance hierarchies within groups. The most hostile and aggressive individuals appear to be the most dominant. These individuals control access to mates, nest sites, food, and living space. Dominance is asserted and maintained by social signals and displays.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Thierry Montford | Locality: French Guiana (2008)