I literally don’t understand a thing about chem and I’m failing it so I can’t even change my major from bio next semester and omfg I want to die

sailorslutt:

I found a baby bat and tried to take care of it, it survived three days in a bat house I made and my googling every need of baby bats. They need to be raised by a mother bat because they need that milk. He died and I gave him a funeral. I thought it was only acceptable to kill pretty flowers go rest with him and be with him wherever we go next. All living thing deserves a send off.
pennyroyal-tree:


Thick-legged flower beetle on magnoliaLife on Earth, David Attenborough, 1979
acti-veg:

"When morality comes up against profit, it is seldom profit that loses."
vern-inator:

Drove behind this on the way home tonight. Five levels of live chickens, each in a cage squishes with ten others. Completely open to the elements, feathers flying all along the highway. Was absolutely disgusted. I forget how terribly selfish humans can be, especially when it comes to these animal lives that we shouldn’t have any rule over. Heartbreaking whenever I see it.
highcountrynews:

Fur flies over Montana bobcat farm: http://hcne.ws/1AAdqSR
sabthehunts:

From Sheffield Saboteurs:

Week one of sabbing the Somerset badger cull completed. We’ve found a number of traps (which as a result will not be trapping badgers) and found 2 night time shoots, which we have sabbed.  Last night we sabbed a shoot at Leigh Barton. 2 shooters were spotted, using our thermal imaging equipment (thanks to the HSA for that), hid up next to a hay bail waiting for passing badgers, a long way from any roads. The shooters, oblivious to sabs watching, were slightly taken back when they were lit up by torchlight. The shooters then started tearing round the fields lamping for the sabs, who had tucked themselves out of view. Sabs began a further check of the area a little while later and found 4 or 5 vehicles chasing after them very aggressively. A third nose around about an hour later, with friends from a number of other sab groups found the area to have gone quiet, and the shooters to have gone home – thanks friends for coming to support us. It’s worth noting that we definitely wouldn’t have spotted these shooters without thermal imaging kit. There’s definitely less uptake in culling badgers here this year, compared to last, but clearly some killers are as keen as ever. We would like to say a HUGE thank you to all of our supporters who have donated to our fuel funds appeal and covered us for 4 weeks!
antihunters:

From Combat #2
give-a-fuck-about-nature:

The Spiked Nose Ring: A Symbol for All Dairy Cruelty - by Ashley Capps | May 16, 2013 (Used to prevent calves in the dairy industry from nursing their mother’s milk so there will be more of it to sell to humans who have no need of it and for whom it is unhealthy. And the calves, of course, are enslaved like their mothers or slaughtered for veal. What a strange, tragic world we’ve created. What a kind, generous and peaceful alternative to it being vegan provides!
enigmatic-lust:

Gourds grow the craziest ways!πŸ‚πŸπŸŒΎπŸŽƒ #Autumn

The New World Shopping Mall has been abandoned since 1999. It shut its doors after being condemned by local regulators. A few years later a massive fire destroyed the structure’s roof. Not long after that monsoon rains flooded the lower floors.
As a way to combat the spread of mosquitoes and other insects breeding in the stagnant water, locals introduced koi and catfish to the former mall. Not only did the fish take care of the pest problem, they’ve thrived. It is now one of the world’s largest urban ponds.

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