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hellooo I'm micky

With all the havoc going on. Be kind, be true to yourself, whats right, follow Christ. Be the light this world needs!
Aug 31 '14
Looks like someone is sleeping good today!! #dog

Looks like someone is sleeping good today!! #dog

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Aug 31 '14
Chillin like a boss! #dog

Chillin like a boss! #dog

Tags: dog

Aug 31 '14
omgbuglen:

godotal:

So I finally caught him in the act of escaping

Did you really think that flimsy wire cage would contain his laser eyes? Consider yourself lucky he didn’t melt you instead.

omgbuglen:

godotal:

So I finally caught him in the act of escaping

Did you really think that flimsy wire cage would contain his laser eyes? Consider yourself lucky he didn’t melt you instead.

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Aug 31 '14
libutron:

Blue-diademed Motmot - Momotus lessonii - How to deter a predator without having to flee
Also commonly known as Blue-crowned Motmot, Momotus lessonii (Coraciiformes - Momotidae) is a beautiful bird found in Mexico and Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama).
Momotus lessonii is a relatively large and slow-flying forest bird, it builds conspicuous nest tunnels in mud banks, and it often forages on the ground, sallying from the same predictable perch. These particular behaviors increase the Blue-diademed Motmot’s vulnerability predators, but to deter predators this motmot (as all species in the family), repeatedly wag their long tails from side to side like a pendulum, drawing immediate attention to their tail, in a tail wag display, which tells predators that it is aware of their presence and is prepared to flee. 
These non-aggressive signals from prey to predator are advantageous for both: the predator wastes no energy on what would be an unsuccessful attack and the prey conserves energy by avoiding the need to escape. 
Reference: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Marcelo Camacho | Locality: Panama (2012)

libutron:

Blue-diademed Motmot - Momotus lessonii How to deter a predator without having to flee

Also commonly known as Blue-crowned Motmot, Momotus lessonii (Coraciiformes - Momotidae) is a beautiful bird found in Mexico and Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama).

Momotus lessonii is a relatively large and slow-flying forest bird, it builds conspicuous nest tunnels in mud banks, and it often forages on the ground, sallying from the same predictable perch. These particular behaviors increase the Blue-diademed Motmot’s vulnerability predators, but to deter predators this motmot (as all species in the family), repeatedly wag their long tails from side to side like a pendulum, drawing immediate attention to their tail, in a tail wag display, which tells predators that it is aware of their presence and is prepared to flee. 

These non-aggressive signals from prey to predator are advantageous for both: the predator wastes no energy on what would be an unsuccessful attack and the prey conserves energy by avoiding the need to escape. 

Reference: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Marcelo Camacho | Locality: Panama (2012)

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Aug 31 '14
#storm #clouds #rainy #night #dark

#storm #clouds #rainy #night #dark

Tags: dark rainy clouds storm night

Aug 31 '14

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Aug 31 '14
#frog #animal

#frog #animal

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Aug 31 '14
Be jealous! #coffee

Be jealous! #coffee

Tags: coffee

Aug 30 '14

Got myself another @familyforce5 album to add to my collection! #win

Tags: win

Aug 30 '14

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Aug 30 '14
#sky #clouds #trees #tennessee

#sky #clouds #trees #tennessee

2 notes Tags: clouds tennessee sky trees

Aug 29 '14
Glad yo have this little dude back for a week #dog

Glad yo have this little dude back for a week #dog

2 notes Tags: dog

Aug 29 '14

Watching these dudes for a week!!! #dogs

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Aug 29 '14

(Source: lonelycoast)

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Aug 29 '14
trolliweirdlyawesome:

I used to think nothing tasted better than Orca in the spring, until now.

trolliweirdlyawesome:

I used to think nothing tasted better than Orca in the spring, until now.

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