PirateAU where Tooth is the legendary queen of the seas, and along side her 100 “faires”, they steal treasures and explore wonderlands (still very very unsure about everybody’s design GRR) might never finish this omg i ma so lost in my own drawing dsgsf
The Mexican gray wolf; a keystone species, an essential part of the wild landscape. By regulating prey populations, they enable many plants and animals to flourish.
USFWS calls Mexican gray wolves (only 75 remain) as a “nonessential, experimental” population. Tell USFWS here that Mexican gray wolves are an essential part of a healthy ecosystem and the recovery of their rare species.
my heart is beating so fast i just googled “how many dogs are there in the world” and an article in 2012 says that there are around 525 million and i can’t believe it that is so many dogs, and so many of them are happy and wagging their tails and they love u and they want 2 give u little puppy kisses and lie in the sun or trot in the snow and they are alive and they make me want to be alive also
I feel really bad for the sea lion that Seaworld forces to approach his/her natural predator.
Is it bad that I’m laughing extremely hard at how the orca just annihilates the sea lon in the 2nd gif?
all I can hear is NYOOM
You wanna know something cool? Recent studies of orcas seem to show that during the seal breeding season, they knowingly limit their intake of seals. In fact, there are documented cases of orcas gently grabbing seal pups and pulling them into shore to keep them safe from being eaten.
Why? You might wonder.
The case studies seem to say that the orcas know that no baby seals growing up means less seals next year. They are so intelligent that they’re aware of their own impact as a predatory species on their prey and actively work to conserve the number of that prey species for the future. Maybe we could learn something about moderation and conservation from these animals.
I’m telling you, orcas are smarter than us. And yet some people see no problem in treating them like circus clowns.