things I want to do
- buy snorkel gear to practice for my diving test
- buy a shelf and put my animal bone collection up there
- get a new car so I dont have to constantly worry about my car breaking down
- get scuba certified so I can get the job I want
- start the list of crafts I have
- Buy more fruits and veggies to make smoothies and healthy meals
things I dont have
thomura said: PIZZA THEY ADDED BUNNIES TO MINECRAFT
I’ve reached nirvana
Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich
Battle! Legendary Pokémon
Pokémon Black & White Versions
Photo of a possibly pregnant dolphin evincing the common slideout stereotypy at SeaWorld’s nursery. There is at least one known case of a cetacean at SeaWorld dying after labor complications brought on from a stillbirth after the mother crushed her calf while she was on the slideouts. SeaWorld already lost a dolphin, Bossa, earlier this year who died after delivering a stillborn calf.
Oh wow the idiocy is strong with this one
folks if you spent a bit of time at the nursery you would know that the mothers teach their calves behaviors they already know, and there has been no pregnant dolphins for awhile. They are all mothers! (plus one companion dolphin)
cant id the top dolphin but the bottom one is Yar and she has a baby that is somewhere between 5 months - 1 year of age (already born)
god bless the internet
a guest tried to step on a little garden snake today and I said ” Noooo!!!!” and I stopped them and picked it up and put it in a bush and said ” Snakes are IMPORTANT!” and I walked away
Here it is! After months of planning (and procrastination), here’s the very first screenshot of Andromi ever taken in Unity!! It barely works, but it was enough to get this shot.
This is also the first shot of an actual environment in the game. It’s Naomi’s room.
Anonymous said: How is anyone going to take you seriously if you want to work with animals so bad??
“Analysis of a 26 year record of Southern Resident killer whale demography revealed a statistically increasing trend in adult mortality. In the past 5 years, the population has fallen by 4.9% per year. Fecundity has also been lower than long term average in recent years.”
"…mortality between the ages of birth to six months can be as high as 50 per cent. High levels of mortality among newborn whales leads to average life spans of only 17 years for males and 29 years for females.”
“From 1974-1995, the life expectancy for a female was 46, and a male was 38. However, as the study continued from 1995-2004, it found the average lifespan for a female to be 30 years and males to be 19…the statistics of Granny is the false sense of security”