Life's a Jungle.

tofugoddess:

jayfcuksakes:

christopher1001:

earthandanimals:

onlylolgifs:

Penguins Grieving

I’m crying.

This is like the saddest shit I’ve seen on tumblr since I been here

My heart is hurting

Animals feel pain and loss like us, including the ones you eat. They mourn the family that is taken from them. If you can sympathize with a penguin, you can most definitely sympathize with a cow, pig, or chicken. Go vegan
tofugoddess:

jayfcuksakes:

christopher1001:

earthandanimals:

onlylolgifs:

Penguins Grieving

I’m crying.

This is like the saddest shit I’ve seen on tumblr since I been here

My heart is hurting

Animals feel pain and loss like us, including the ones you eat. They mourn the family that is taken from them. If you can sympathize with a penguin, you can most definitely sympathize with a cow, pig, or chicken. Go vegan

tofugoddess:

jayfcuksakes:

christopher1001:

earthandanimals:

onlylolgifs:

Penguins Grieving

I’m crying.

This is like the saddest shit I’ve seen on tumblr since I been here

My heart is hurting

Animals feel pain and loss like us, including the ones you eat. They mourn the family that is taken from them. If you can sympathize with a penguin, you can most definitely sympathize with a cow, pig, or chicken. Go vegan


kemeticballbuster:

blue-author:

vixyish:

xpixiesticksx:

In the wild, wolves and crows (and ravens) are frequently found in each other’s company. The crows fly ahead of the wolf pack to locate prey. In exchange, the grateful wolves leave behind a few tasty morsels for the scavenging crows. There is also evidence that the two species simply enjoy being around each other, as wolves and crows are commonly observed exhibiting playful behavior with one another.



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kemeticballbuster:

blue-author:

vixyish:

xpixiesticksx:

In the wild, wolves and crows (and ravens) are frequently found in each other’s company. The crows fly ahead of the wolf pack to locate prey. In exchange, the grateful wolves leave behind a few tasty morsels for the scavenging crows. There is also evidence that the two species simply enjoy being around each other, as wolves and crows are commonly observed exhibiting playful behavior with one another.