-high pitch screaming-
probably my favorite part of elephants is the fact that you’re literally seeing one of few species that not only is probably on par with human sentience/intelligence, but also ages, matures and has proven itself to have a fairly similar growing up process as humans.
So like, we see this largeish gamboling elephant baby, but you’re basically looking at a giant toddler.
the babies!!!! OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!!!
reasons why ben & jerry’s ice cream is more than a comfort food
Yeah, not so true. At least not the first two pictures, I’m not sure about the rest. When I worked at ben n jerrys, we were allowed one kids size ice cream a day; any more we would get fired.
Plus I got payed $5.35 an hour.
Maybe they started out great, but that’s not how it is anymore. Anyway, I’m pretty sure that any company that steals babies away from moms is just straight up no good
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( ._.)./ an explanation:
The dog has an issue where his esophagus doesn’t work right; it doesn’t get food in there right because it’s all stretched out and stuff. So what dog owners (and cat owners and I guarantee you the cat ones look goofier) do is make a highchair and feed them upright so gravity can be a hero. It’s also really cute.
The disorder is called Megaesophagus.
Here is a cat with the same disorder in his eatin’ sock.
EXCERPTS >|< Comparative Tests On A Human And A Chimpanzee Infant Of Approximately The Same Age (1932)
A series of gifs excerpted from Comparative Tests On A Human And A Chimpanzee Infant Of Approximately The Same Age (1932): a film from the Psychological Cinema Register of The Pennsylvania State College that compares the reactions of a normal human infant between the ages of 10 and 14.5 months to psychological tests, and the responses of a chimpanzee companion, age 7.5 to 12 months, to the same tests. The documentary also brings out the effects of different rates of growth and learning abilities and illustrates the capacity of the animal to outdo the child in many tests.
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Una serie di gif estratte da Comparative Tests On A Human And A Chimpanzee Infant Of Approximately The Same Age (1932): un film realizzato dal Psychological Cinema Register of The Pennsylvania State College che mette a confronto un bambino e un cucciolo di scimpanzè approssimativamente della stessa età. Il documentario rivela anche gli effetti dei diversi tassi di crescita e la capacità di apprendimento e illustra la capacità dell’animale di superare il bambino in molti test.
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Quiero un monete!!!
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