sugarkushh:

It’s back, and we smokin’ about it

sugarkushh:

It’s back, and we smokin’ about it

amargedom:

my blog will make you horny :p

amargedom:

my blog will make you horny :p

wonderous-world:

 Kasi the cheetah was just eight-weeks-old when he was introduced to Mtani, a 16-week-old female labrador. At the time Mtani towered over her younger friend and let the tiny cub clamber all over her. Now, two years later, the pair are the same height, and live together full time in the Cheetah habitat at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida. Visitors at the park can see Kasi and Mtani being trained by keepers and making use of the specially-designed habitat to run, and chase after each other. Kasi and Mtani also travel together to schools and community events to raise awareness of the importance of protecting wild cheetahs and to publicize Busch Gardens’ conservation work. Photos by Busch Gardens.

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fireopals:

even this fucking goat has more money than me

fireopals:

even this fucking goat has more money than me

wolverxne:

Rare White Bengal Tiger | by: Birte Person - Singapore
When it’s feeding time at the zoo, it’s still a jungle out there. Although food is plentiful, there’s always a fierce battle to grab your share.Its teeth bared, a white Bengal tiger lunges into the water ready to snap up whatever is thrown its way. Photographer Birte Person captured these spectacular shots as the tiger and five others did the closest thing they could to hunting at Singapore Zoo.White tigers are almost extinct and most of those that survive are in captivity. In the past century only 12 have been spotted in the wild.They are neither an albino nor a separate subspecies. Instead, they are a genetic hiccup, which happens naturally once in every 10,000 Bengal tiger births.The result is a tiger with white fur, black stripes, blue eyes and a pink nose. by Daily Mail Reporter

wolverxne:

Rare White Bengal Tiger | by: Birte Person - Singapore

When it’s feeding time at the zoo, it’s still a jungle out there. Although food is plentiful, there’s always a fierce battle to grab your share.Its teeth bared, a white Bengal tiger lunges into the water ready to snap up whatever is thrown its way. Photographer Birte Person captured these spectacular shots as the tiger and five others did the closest thing they could to hunting at Singapore Zoo.White tigers are almost extinct and most of those that survive are in captivity. In the past century only 12 have been spotted in the wild.They are neither an albino nor a separate subspecies. Instead, they are a genetic hiccup, which happens naturally once in every 10,000 Bengal tiger births.The result is a tiger with white fur, black stripes, blue eyes and a pink nose. by Daily Mail Reporter

earthdaily:

earthdaily: Jungle Jewel by Paul Bratescu

earthdaily:

earthdailyJungle Jewel by Paul Bratescu