Happiest fox on earth
I just witnessed a 12 year old punch another 12 year old for the chance to see breasts.
Polar bears use nose-to-nose greetings as a way to ask other bears for something, like food. Bears who use proper manners like this are often allowed to share.
Baby manatees can swim on their own only an hour after being born. They will nurse for one to two years, during which time they remain dependant on their mothers.
Boop-swipe to unlock your smart-cat
Big dog, little dog boop
The Southern Pudú is the world's smallest deer.
Steps to Dark Souls success
Chow puppy boop
Dash cam catches semi crash (x-post from /r/gifs)
nom nom nom nom nom nom
It's probably still recovering from last night
Give her what she really wants for Valentine's Day.
My karma contains the digits 1-9 in order.
Stuffed bunny boop
He's so sweet :)
Sneak attack boop
Boop from above
Show me your war face
Tigress and cub (x-post from /r/miniaww)
Dog boops kitten
Juniper the Fox boop
How Michael Bay should have left the stage
The creation of boop pt. 3
Bubbles the elephant boop
Bunny side boop
That awkward third wheel (x-post from /r/funny)
Things boys do...
For your Halloween
The creation of boop pt. 2
The creation of boop
Well...in that case (x-post from /r/funny)
Seal boops glass
Harry chasing the snitch
The chameleon has exceptional eyesight for a reptile. It can rotate its eyes separately to give it a full 360 degree view around its body.
When I browse /r/funny/new
Obamacare (x-post from /r/Images)
Common Ravens are among the most playful of bird species. They will drop objects and catch them before they hit the ground, and play tug-of-war and king-of-the-hill with other ravens.
Today is my birthday, or as I like to call it... (x-post from /r/funny)
Hedgehogs rely upon their senses of hearing and smell while hunting, because their eyesight is weak.
I don't think I have the authority.
Man by stream
Rabbits have a near 360-degree vision and can even see behind them. They have just one blind spot right in front of their nose.
The Mexican axolotl salamander has the rare trait of retaining its larval features throughout its adult life. This condition, called neoteny, means it keeps its tadpole-like dorsal fin and its feathery external gills.
Frogs don't need to drink the way we do. They absorb water through their permeable skin. (x-post from /r/aww)
Come on, Milhouse. There is no such thing as a soul. [The Simpsons]
People need to realize this
Baby turtle boop
Bunny Bumpercar Boop
Lab and tiny bunny nose boop