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nomittens4kittens:

golden-trash:

dichotomization:

Binti Jua, a western lowland gorilla female in the Brookfield Zoo, Illinois is most well known for an incident on August 16, 1996, when she was 8 years old. A three-year old boy climbed the wall around her enclosure and fell 18 ft onto concrete below, unconscious with a broken hand and vicious gash on his face. Spectators screamed, certain the gorilla would harm the child. Binti picked up the child, gave him a few pats and carried him 59 ft to an access entrance so zoo personnel could retrieve him.

Every time a non-human animal shows emotions or intelligence people act all surprised. Should they not have learned by now that the fact we don’t always understand them doesn’t mean that they have nothing to say?

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nomittens4kittens:

golden-trash:

dichotomization:

Binti Jua, a western lowland gorilla female in the Brookfield Zoo, Illinois is most well known for an incident on August 16, 1996, when she was 8 years old. A three-year old boy climbed the wall around her enclosure and fell 18 ft onto concrete below, unconscious with a broken hand and vicious gash on his face. Spectators screamed, certain the gorilla would harm the child. Binti picked up the child, gave him a few pats and carried him 59 ft to an access entrance so zoo personnel could retrieve him.

Every time a non-human animal shows emotions or intelligence people act all surprised. Should they not have learned by now that the fact we don’t always understand them doesn’t mean that they have nothing to say?

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li-sp:

josiephin:


k-kipper:


btw-idk:




This is what terrifies me about the ocean.




the few times I’ve gone snorkelling this is the most intensely scary but amazing thing about it, the bit where the reef ends and it suddenly just drops off and you cant see the bottom or what’s down there, and you swim over the edge and suddenly your in open water, and you feel so vulnerable like you’re a fish that lives on the reef, and you finally understand finding nemo 


you finally understand finding nemo


It’s like falling off a cliff in slow motion

li-sp:

josiephin:

k-kipper:

btw-idk:

This is what terrifies me about the ocean.

the few times I’ve gone snorkelling this is the most intensely scary but amazing thing about it, the bit where the reef ends and it suddenly just drops off and you cant see the bottom or what’s down there, and you swim over the edge and suddenly your in open water, and you feel so vulnerable like you’re a fish that lives on the reef, and you finally understand finding nemo 

you finally understand finding nemo

It’s like falling off a cliff in slow motion

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mentalalchemy:

Your existence is equal in importance to the sun, the moon, the stars, the water, the trees, and grains of sand. This is because there is no separation between it all. All forms impact one another, in some form. Constantly shifting, constantly changing. Endless BEING. Never underestimate your ability to change a life.

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