kevwil:

"Mystery Solved" by MasonCummings (http://bit.ly/1wIMgMV)

kevwil:

"Mystery Solved" by MasonCummings (http://bit.ly/1wIMgMV)

davidromaphotography:

Eastern Quoll (Dasyurus virverrinus)
Secret Creek Sanctuary - Lithgow, NSW, Australia

The Eastern Quoll, once known as the ‘native cat’, is now presumed extinct on the mainland with no sightings in 50 years. Still common in Tasmainia, the Eastern Quoll is now part of a breeding program with the hope these animals may be brought back to the wild on the mainland.

Eastern Quolls breed May - October and have a gestation of 3 weeks. Though females give birth to up to 30 babies, only the first to reach the 6 teats survive (harsh). The young will spend about 7 weeks in the pouch before being able to ride on their mothers back. At about 5 months of age the juvenile quolls will leave to find their own territory.

They mainly eat insects and grubs though they may eat rabbits, mice, birds as well as grasses and berries. They grow up to 73cm long and weigh up to 2kgs.

A massive thanks to Trevor from the Australian Ecosystems Foundation for the behind the scenes tour and the information above. If you want to help the cause to see these cute little fellas back on the mainland of Australia, vist http://www.ausecosystems.org.au/index.html for more information

#davidromaphotography #wildlifephotography #easternquoll #endangered #extinct #secretcreek #ausecosystems #australianlife #australiagram #australia #lithgow #bluemtsaus #visitnsw #seeaustralia #newsouthwales #natureonly #instanaturefriends_  #ig_worldclub  #australianphotographers #big_shotz #princely_shotz #canonaustralia (at Secret Creek Cafe and Restaurant)

davidromaphotography:

Eastern Quoll (Dasyurus virverrinus)
Secret Creek Sanctuary - Lithgow, NSW, Australia

The Eastern Quoll, once known as the ‘native cat’, is now presumed extinct on the mainland with no sightings in 50 years. Still common in Tasmainia, the Eastern Quoll is now part of a breeding program with the hope these animals may be brought back to the wild on the mainland.

Eastern Quolls breed May - October and have a gestation of 3 weeks. Though females give birth to up to 30 babies, only the first to reach the 6 teats survive (harsh). The young will spend about 7 weeks in the pouch before being able to ride on their mothers back. At about 5 months of age the juvenile quolls will leave to find their own territory.

They mainly eat insects and grubs though they may eat rabbits, mice, birds as well as grasses and berries. They grow up to 73cm long and weigh up to 2kgs.

A massive thanks to Trevor from the Australian Ecosystems Foundation for the behind the scenes tour and the information above. If you want to help the cause to see these cute little fellas back on the mainland of Australia, vist http://www.ausecosystems.org.au/index.html for more information

#davidromaphotography #wildlifephotography #easternquoll #endangered #extinct #secretcreek #ausecosystems #australianlife #australiagram #australia #lithgow #bluemtsaus #visitnsw #seeaustralia #newsouthwales #natureonly #instanaturefriends_ #ig_worldclub #australianphotographers #big_shotz #princely_shotz #canonaustralia (at Secret Creek Cafe and Restaurant)

billywick:

daverdad:

the entire lord of the rings from the rings perspective

hand hand river dirt gollum hobbits pockets pockets finger envelope fire hand neck neck finger hobbits neck neck neck pocket finger LAVA

flygex-eatin-on-softies:

cloudiiedays:

Stonewash Bredls/Centralian Python (Morelia bredli) from Inland Reptile

holy CRAP pretty

flygex-eatin-on-softies:

cloudiiedays:

Stonewash Bredls/Centralian Python (Morelia bredli) from Inland Reptile

holy CRAP pretty

backfromrlyeh:

Precursors by Keith Thompson

eyefocusing:

people who dont tag anything terrify me

charles-lee-kenway:

When NPCs talk shit but the game won’t let you hurt them

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unfriendlyasiangirl:

me: ok i’ll study at 8:00

clock: 8:00

me: *pretends i didn’t see*

chipsprites:

Playing against a friend who’s new to the game

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When they start winning

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