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astronomy-to-zoology:

Dovekie (Alle alle)

Also known as the Little Auk, the Dovekie is a small species of Auk (Alcidae) which breeds on coastal mountainsides in the North Atlantic, and the North Sea. Like other auks, dovekies spend most of their time out at sea where they will feed on small fish, crustaceans, and other invertebrates by diving. 

Although dovekies are listed as Least Concern, their populations are currently decreasing. This is though to be due to climate change. 

Classification

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Images: Michael Haferkamp and MPF

Sometimes… Deep into the night, I think back what have I done, what has gone terribly wrong with me… 

and a little girl in me tells me there is nothing wrong with a sudden random thought of you….  Cos I have feelings that I don’t just throw away just like that. I know you definitely deserve someone better than me and I deserve someone better than you. 

I am sorry for screwing things up. I could have done better. 

It’s been so long and yet I feel this way…

Sometimes… Deep into the night, I think back what have I done, what has gone terribly wrong with me…

and a little girl in me tells me there is nothing wrong with a sudden random thought of you…. Cos I have feelings that I don’t just throw away just like that. I know you definitely deserve someone better than me and I deserve someone better than you.

I am sorry for screwing things up. I could have done better.

It’s been so long and yet I feel this way…


REBLOG IF I CAN BE YOUR FRIEND.

& message you without being judged.

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this was designed for very young children and i am not a young child i am a 260 pound man

how did you get in there.

how did you get out of there

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hello-kitty:

Hello Kitty Gelato

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libutron:

Leopard cat | ©Gaschwald
The Leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) is a small wild cat native to Asia with five recognized subspecies, whose patterns of genetic variation is currently under study.
The leopard cat is a widespread species in Asia, where occurs in a broad spectrum of habitats, from tropical rainforest to temperate broadleaf and, marginally, coniferous forest, as well as shrub forest and successional grasslands.
The species is classified as Least Concern in the IUCN Red List, but it is included on CITES Appendix II; populations in Bangladesh, India and Thailand are included on Appendix I (as Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis). The species is protected at the national level over part of its range, with hunting prohibited in several countries.
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libutron:

Leopard cat | ©Gaschwald

The Leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) is a small wild cat native to Asia with five recognized subspecies, whose patterns of genetic variation is currently under study.

The leopard cat is a widespread species in Asia, where occurs in a broad spectrum of habitats, from tropical rainforest to temperate broadleaf and, marginally, coniferous forest, as well as shrub forest and successional grasslands.

The species is classified as Least Concern in the IUCN Red List, but it is included on CITES Appendix II; populations in Bangladesh, India and Thailand are included on Appendix I (as Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis). The species is protected at the national level over part of its range, with hunting prohibited in several countries.

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epic-humor:

will do anything for foood

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