Sandwich board wisdom. [attentionpaysme]
do you ever just kinda wonder what your selling point as a human being or friend is? like, what was the point at which people were like: hey, I’ll keep this human
Watched Maleficent again a few days ago and still in love with this trio :D
Why not the trio watch Frozen too (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
OH MY GOD THIS IS F U N N Y
my friend John just wrote the best post about catcalling possibly ever.
nah sorry i cant go out tonight, i have plans to spiral into uncontrollable anxiety starting in the early evening and ending at roughly 3 am
please call me out if I do anything wrong.
please tell me if I’m following someone problematic.
please tell me if I need to tag anything for you.
please feel free to unfollow me if it makes you tumblr experience better or safer.
— Eckhart Tolle (via thecalminside)
suzi eszterhas spent over two years following three cheetah families in kenya’s masai mara. her photos are chronicled in “a future for cheetahs.” here we see two mothers, one with her five twelve-day old cubs (2,3,6-9) and one with her six week old cub (1,4,5).
at birth, the tiny cubs are blind and weigh about 250 to 425 grams. they will live in a secluded den for the next six to eight weeks, being moved by their mom regularly from nest site to nest site to avoid predators.
the mortality rate for cheetahs under three months of age is 95 percent, and sadly all five of the cubs seen at twelve days old would die within the next week from predation by jackals and birds of prey. happily, the six week old cub seen here survived.
unlike other big cats, cheetahs rely entirely on their speed for defence. as an evolutionary trade off for this speed, cheetahs have small canine teeth — which allows for a larger nasal passage to take in more air when running — and dull, small claws — which is great for running but so much for fighting. this leaves slower cheetah cubs vulnerable to lions, leopard and hyenas, in addition to the aforementioned jackals and birds of prey.