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factorperogrullo:

by www.factorperogrullo.com
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lillyandleopard:

Katarzyna, Make Life Easier
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lafleurdesmurailles:

at Polly Morgan’s studio, London by Kasia Bobula on Flickr.
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raddestlooks:

Raddest Looks On The Internet http://www.raddestlooks.net
raddestlooks:

Raddest Looks On The Internet http://www.raddestlooks.net
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inthebuffandblue:

Molly Miller, http://apieceoftoastblog.com/
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Western Brook Pond Fjord, Gros Morne National Park
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lavelocita:

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intsight:

koko klim by INTSIGHT
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harvestheart:

Whales Welcome a Deformed Dolphin into Their Pod
Wilson suspects that the dolphin’s curved spine and slower swimming skills may have made it a target of bullying from its own species, so it sought comfort in a new community of slower-moving, less antagonizing whales:
“Sometimes some individuals can be picked on. It might be that this individual didn’t fit in, so to speak, with its original group.”
It is, of course, impossible to determine how the sperm whale pod feels about their smaller species tag-along, though it could derive simply from their shared instinct to be social superseding the superficialities of their differences. After all, both dolphins and whales are surely intelligent enough to know that the vast expanse of the world’s oceans doesn’t feel quite so foreboding when in the kind company of others.
http://www.treehugger.com/natural-sciences/whales-welcome-deformed-dolphin-their-pod.html
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