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Rhianna.
I enjoy capturing images of life as I see it and creating art via photos, I run my own portrait photography business on Facebook. I also run a photography blog on Tumblr.
I have two pet lizards that I could not imagine my life without, Buzz the iguana and Draco the Bearded dragon.
College Student.
In a relationship with the best man I could ever ask for since 5-26-13
I'm proudly from and residing in the #UpperLeftCorner
I believe in using all usable parts of an animal as a way to respect the animal after death and let none of it go to waste. To give the animal a purpose after life. I personally do not kill just for bones and pelts, nor do I judge those that do. Any animal that I kill is killed because it absolutely must be, and it will not be wasted.
Posted on 23rd Apr at 10:18 AM, with 85,332 notes
kitroku:

think you should probably lose the my there, that’s the cougar’s house now
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kitroku:

think you should probably lose the my there, that’s the cougar’s house now

Posted on 23rd Apr at 9:58 AM, with 2 notes

saber-toothmooselion:

Holy shit… Might get bearded dragons instead of hermit crabs… I’m so keen :D

Please only get one unless you can afford 2 set ups, 2 UVB lights, 2 heat lamps, 2x the food, etc. they aren’t social animals like commonly though, they actually can’t stand to be around each other and make it very known, however we misinterpret their behavior and think they like eachother when they’re actually showing us that there’s a problem and it may get worse. “Cuddling” or “stacking” is the most common. It’s when they stack on top of each other, but what’s happening is the top dragon is dominant and is trying to get the better basking spot, more UVB, heat, etc. and the submissive or bottom one is being deprived of these things which is detrimental to their health. Males can also over mate females, causing death, or egg induced MBD. If you ever have questions or need help head on over to bearded-dragon-advice
Posted on 23rd Apr at 9:49 AM, with 51 notes

naturepunk:

Awesome haul of feathers, feet, pelts, and some much-needed hide tanning solution sent to me in a trade by the amazing and talented CJwhite. This young man breeds, rescues, and raises many exotic bird species, and has been avidly involved in conservation awareness and rehabilitation for a variety of his feathered friends. 

Posted on 23rd Apr at 3:26 AM, with 56,952 notes
gnate1:

I am convinced that this snake is happily humming as he scampers across this lawn.
“hm hm hm hm hmmm, what a beautiful day today! I think I’ll swallow a chimpanzee!”
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gnate1:

I am convinced that this snake is happily humming as he scampers across this lawn.

“hm hm hm hm hmmm, what a beautiful day today! I think I’ll swallow a chimpanzee!”

Posted on 23rd Apr at 1:36 AM, with 1 note

I’m sooooooo cold. My feet are ice cubes. I hate having bad circulation, they’re probably purple too ugh. I’ve got like 80 blankies on.

Posted on 23rd Apr at 1:35 AM, with 121,526 notes
To all the Tumblr users who tend to use tags very liberally:

thejadedkiwano:

Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

you

also

what

when

why

how

look

because

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Posted on 23rd Apr at 1:29 AM, with 3,441 notes
malformalady:

An eye-catching two-toned lobster called Harley Quinn has become even more striking after moulting to reveal electric blue skin down one side of his body. The sea creature had surprised experts after it was caught in 2010 with a yellow, red and black body, buts its unusual appearance has intensified with each moult and it now has electric blue colouring. The lobster named Harley Quinn is pictured centre, with his two old coats, which have been carefully preserved.
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malformalady:

An eye-catching two-toned lobster called Harley Quinn has become even more striking after moulting to reveal electric blue skin down one side of his body. The sea creature had surprised experts after it was caught in 2010 with a yellow, red and black body, buts its unusual appearance has intensified with each moult and it now has electric blue colouring. The lobster named Harley Quinn is pictured centre, with his two old coats, which have been carefully preserved.

Posted on 23rd Apr at 12:59 AM, with 27 notes

Ye Old Curiosity Shop (YOCS) Seattle, WA

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