Answer me.

I have alot of questions. But very little answers.

19, Tamil, Singaporean. Abit lost as to what I'm trying to achieve. I know I want to be a vet, and I'm prepared to do anything to get there. Just that my attitude doesn't cooperate with me sometimes. Okay, make that most of the time. I'm lazy, very lazy. I care about things, and I have brains. Guess that my complacency overrules everything.

peaceful-moon:

thank you so much little buddy

peaceful-moon:

thank you so much little buddy

(Source: reanimateobjects, via thegardennymph)

cool-critters:

Binturong (Arctictis binturong)

The binturong, also known as bearcat, is a viverrid native to South and Southeast Asia. It is uncommon in much of its range, and listed as Vulnerable by IUCN because of a declining population trend that is estimated at more than 30% over the last three decades. Their tail is nearly as long as the head and body, which ranges from 28 to 33 in (71 to 84 cm); the tail is 26 to 27 in (66 to 69 cm) long. Binturongs are confined to tall forest. Binturongs are active during the day and at night. Binturongs move about gently, often coming to a stop, and often using the tail to keep balance, clinging to a branch. They show a pronounced comfort behaviour associated with grooming the fur, shaking and licking the hair, and scratching. Shaking is the most characteristic element of comfort behaviour. Binturong also use the tail to communicate, through the scent glands on either side of the anus in both males and females. The females also possess paired scent glands on either side of the vulva. Their musk glands emit an odor reminiscent of popcorn. Binturongs are omnivorous, feeding on small mammals, birds, fish, earthworms, insects and fruits.photo credits: factzoo, link, link

(via scienceyoucanlove)

big-catsss:

Yes… I Eviscerated This Giraffe by Enjoy Patrick Responsibly on Flickr.
this-is-wild:

(via 500px / The Wall of Peaks by Trevor Anderson)
giraffeinatree:

(via 500px / White Rhinoceros head to head by Johan Swanepoel)
creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Encroached Wolf by Ignacio Yúfera)
creatures-alive:

(via 500px / American Pygmy Kingfisher (Chloroceryle aenea) by Kester Clarke)
papopoesia:

This baby monkey in Ubud was beyond curious about my camera and his reflection in the lens, and decided to reach out and grab it.
The adults held most of them back by their tails to keep them from climbing on us, though I’m sure no one would have minded. 

papopoesia:

This baby monkey in Ubud was beyond curious about my camera and his reflection in the lens, and decided to reach out and grab it.

The adults held most of them back by their tails to keep them from climbing on us, though I’m sure no one would have minded. 

(Source: tamedraven, via scienceyoucanlove)

textless:

This is only the second time I have ever seen a pink grasshopper, and the first time I’ve ever gotten a photo of one. 

The pink color is caused by a recessive gene similar to the one that causes albinism.  It was hopping around on a hill at Curecanti National Recreation Area, June 2014.

(via earthandanimals)

(Source: tastefullyoffensive, via mariexvx)

golden-quill:

Chameleon | Lovando
creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Cheetah cubs x 6 =mischief by Marc MOL)
dendroica:

creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Pito Real en Otoño by Juanma Hernández)

European Green Woodpecker (Picus viridis sharpei).

dendroica:

creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Pito Real en Otoño by Juanma Hernández)

European Green Woodpecker (Picus viridis sharpei).

(via rhamphotheca)