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Wow.. Blue Tree Monitors have the lone tails of any species I know of. ♡

Wow.. Blue Tree Monitors have the lone tails of any species I know of. ♡

"Done with the male species" by emmagracejoness ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Patagonia, NIKE and Tervis

"Done with the male species" by emmagracejoness ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Patagonia, NIKE and Tervis

Characters like Tobias Eaton, Jace Wayland, Uriah, Finnick Odair, Minho, Thomas, Newt, Gale Hawthorne and Augustus Waters

Characters like Tobias Eaton, Jace Wayland, Uriah, Finnick Odair, Minho, Thomas, Newt, Gale Hawthorne and Augustus Waters

The thousands of miles that hummingbirds migrate each year - often returning to the exact same place - is literally awesome. Their stamina and built-in GPS units just amaze me.

The thousands of miles that hummingbirds migrate each year - often returning to the exact same place - is literally awesome. Their stamina and built-in GPS units just amaze me.

THIS is what you wear on a "girls' night out" when you don't want to be bothered by anyone of the male species. HA!

THIS is what you wear on a "girls' night out" when you don't want to be bothered by anyone of the male species. HA!

DID YOU KNOW... Peacock is actually the correct term for the male species. Peachick is the term for the newborns. Peachicks do not grow their feathers until around three months. Until then, it's very hard to tell which gender it is because they look almost identical to the mother. One of the most important facts is that Peacocks do not have to be killed for their feathers. Peacocks shed their feather trains every mating season. #TraveltheGlobe #GlobeIn

DID YOU KNOW... Peacock is actually the correct term for the male species. Peachick is the term for the newborns. Peachicks do not grow their feathers until around three months. Until then, it's very hard to tell which gender it is because they look almost identical to the mother. One of the most important facts is that Peacocks do not have to be killed for their feathers. Peacocks shed their feather trains every mating season. #TraveltheGlobe #GlobeIn

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