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captainarwenpond221b: “Human-Steve, you are… you are eating, but it is not one of your ritual fueling times. Are you dying? Is everything alright? Have you not been receiving enough sustenance? Do I need to get you better things to eat? Human-Steve, why are you trying to hide that food?”

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Warning for all Aliens - Have I posted this here before? The references are almost as awesome as the comments.

Warning for all Aliens - Have I posted this here before? The references are almost as awesome as the comments.

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Help Local Community Protect Pine Nut Wild Horses! The most recent inventory was conducted April 2016. During this inventory, 536 WILD HORSES WERE OBSERVED IN THE PINE NUT MOUNTAINS (FIGURE 7), FOR AN ESTIMATE OF 579 HORSES. Horses outside of the HMA were included in this calculation as some of the horses move between the HMA and areas outside of the HMA. THE PROPOSED ACTION WOULD PERMANENTLY REMOVE APPROXIMATELY 500 WILD HORSES DURING INITIAL ACTIONS INCLUDING: 276 WILD HORSES WITHIN THE…

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Breathtaking Photos of Rare Australian Bat Will Inspire You to Protect This Species

Tal’ngai Dha'run, resident of the Australian Bat Clinic & Wildlife Trauma Centre http://www.onegreenplanet.org/news/images-of-rare-australian-bat/

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We're currently driving 200 species to extinction every single day - nearly 1,000 times the "natural" or "background" rate according to biologists.

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Baby bongo and mother. A highly endangered species, there are now more bongos in captivity than in the wild.

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Speciesism is the belief of humans that all other species of animals are inferior and may therefore be used for human benefit without regard to the suffering inflicted. Help put an end to speciesism, join the fight for Animal Rights! The fight starts with living Vegan.

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Cassowary: Looks prehistoric! One of the largest and most striking birds in the world. This remarkable species can grow to 6 feet, weigh 120 lbs., and can easily kill a human. (Cornell Lab of Ornithology)

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Living Coral /Open brain corals, Trachyphyllia geoffroyi, are just one of thousands of classifications of coral. They are named as such due to their resemblance to an inverted animal brain as seen by the human eye. As the name suggests, the open brain corals are related to the many other species of brain corals found in shallow warm-water coral reefs in all the world's oceans. The different specific sub-species come in an array of colors ranging from opaque, blue, green, red, pink and…

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Earth is actually an animal sanctuary designed specifically to preserve a critically endangered species: humans. Today, the first reintroduction of Earth-bred humans back into the wild will take place.

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