Suzanna. In love with a schnauzer named Mimzy. Instagram

operator-as-fuck:

a fucking wild guinea pig playing in a flock of butterflies…..

oh god

(Source: guineapiggies, via fuckyeahinterspeciesfriendships)

#guinea pig   #butterflies   #animals   #insect   #wildlife   #queue   #cute  

machistado:

realfakescientist:

:3

HOW IS THIS REAL?

I think, although some further tests may be needed, that this is the result of unicorn sex. 

(Source: charlottevstapleton)

#animals   #cat   #butterfly   #butterflies   #cute   #play  

bonedust:

bonedust:

thedaintysquid:

Otters Chasing A Butterfly

I’m gonna cry, that’s the cutest thing ever.

I love this so much.

I will reblog this any time this comes up. so, you know, reblog it so I can reblog it and have it on my dash for the millionth time.

I did it again.

(Source: im-cool-like-that, via lady-lutra)

#otters   #animals   #butterflies   #love   #cute  

ratsandcandy666:

infiniteoptimist:

Louie Schwartzberg: The hidden beauty of pollination, TED Talk.

Seriously the most beautiful 5 minutes I’ve spent staring at this screen. 

Wow.  This made me tear up.  It’s so, so beautiful.

#pollination   #science   #butterflies   #animals   #hummingbird   #bats   #nature   #wildlife  
mothernaturenetwork:

Gender-bending insects and the story behind themPart female, part male insects called gynandromorphs arise from genetic mistake. They can pass unnoticed or stun with their strange appearances.

mothernaturenetwork:

Gender-bending insects and the story behind them
Part female, part male insects called gynandromorphs arise from genetic mistake. They can pass unnoticed or stun with their strange appearances.

#animals   #butterflies   #insects   #nature   #science   #sex  
allcreatures:

Monarch butterflies clump by the millions on oyamel trees in Mexican forests. But before migrating northward in the spring, the butterflies drop from the trees and begin a giant mating spree.
(© National Geographic/Stephanie Atlas) (via Great Migrations - The Big Picture - Boston.com)

rawrr, butterfly orgy

allcreatures:

Monarch butterflies clump by the millions on oyamel trees in Mexican forests. But before migrating northward in the spring, the butterflies drop from the trees and begin a giant mating spree.

(© National Geographic/Stephanie Atlas) (via Great Migrations - The Big Picture - Boston.com)

rawrr, butterfly orgy

theanimalblog:

From National Geographic archives

theanimalblog:

From National Geographic archives