How could you not smile at this cute elephant?

"Real life Dumbo" - more like photoshopped Dumbo. The ears have been enlarged and twisted around (you can see how they really attach on the big elephants), and it's been lifted off the ground. In real life, elephants can't jump (and certainly not fly).

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SuperStock - China, Children, Portrait Of Young Kazakh Child Wearing Green Wool Coat And Embroidered Cap.

Baby Koala

Baby Koala Joeys are very small in terms of their size when they are born. At the time of their birth baby Koala joeys are just around 19 millimeters. Baby Koala joeys at the time of a birth are usually comparative to the size of the bees and small c

I love this so much.

This one of my favorite pictures - a Mongolian girl and her camel laughing together. Her camel is a Bactrian camel. The Bactrian camel has.

Кукери (kukeri) 2009 Kukeri is a traditional Bulgarian ritual to scare away evil spirits

And This Is How Bulgarians Scare Evil Spirits Away

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España

Little Spanish girl in Fallera dress from Valencia. valencia bed and breakfast spain

During Lucite's Gap Year (between pre-K and K), he found peace, love and solace in the country. Becoming one with the earth and bonding with the livestock.

I found this doing research for my World Food Prize essay! Mongolia all the way! Mongolian child and Yak calf - David Edwards

Vicky Lindo #sampler

thread week: an eclectic stash

Lots of bear cubs. In a tree. Amazing. board-of-cute

Funny pictures about A tree full of cute. Oh, and cool pics about A tree full of cute. Also, A tree full of cute photos.

The Surva International Festival of Masquerade Games in the village of Pernik, Bulgaria - Terrifyingly the men, known as Kukeri, enter houses in the village, clanging their bells to ward off evil spirits. Held at the beginning of February

The Surva International Festival of Masquerade Games in the village of Pernik, Bulgaria - Terrifyingly the men, known as Kukeri, enter houses in the village, clanging their bells to ward off evil spirits. Held at the beginning of February

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