uniquelyevil:

This is adorable

uniquelyevil:

This is adorable

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autumnleavesofredandgold:

 

annettejonesart:

Black Cat and Wreath
Etsy
miyuli:

People say it’s good to drink warm beverages in summer. Hm…
Here’s a wip!

miyuli:

People say it’s good to drink warm beverages in summer. Hm…

Here’s a wip!

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amymebberson:

"A Taste of Royalty" - my new Acme giclee available now at 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!
I’m not sure exactly where it can be purchased, presumably the Acme Archives display in Festival Center.
(the plants along the bottom are significant to each princesses’ national cuisine. From left to right: Star Anise, Thai basil (China), bay, juniper (Germany) garlic (Creole), hazelnuts (German again) dill and lemon(Danish))

amymebberson:

"A Taste of Royalty" - my new Acme giclee available now at 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!

I’m not sure exactly where it can be purchased, presumably the Acme Archives display in Festival Center.

(the plants along the bottom are significant to each princesses’ national cuisine. From left to right: Star Anise, Thai basil (China), bay, juniper (Germany) garlic (Creole), hazelnuts (German again) dill and lemon(Danish))

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odditiesoflife:

Baby Muskox
This is a baby muskox who is just two weeks old. The muskox or musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) is known for its thick coat and the strong odor emitted by the males, from which its name derives. This “musky” odor is used to attract females during mating season. The female muskox are pregnant up to eight months. The infants are able to keep up with their mothers and the rest of the herd just a few hours after being born. 
Nature seems to favor baby animals and humans to be cute. I’m not sure how that genetically provides an advantage for their survival, but it does and its a field of study. Scientist Konrad Lorenz proposed the concept of baby schema (Kindchenschema), a set of facial and body features, that make a creature appear “cute” and activate (release) in others the motivation to care for it.
source 1, 2, 3; photo by Randy Kokesch

odditiesoflife:

Baby Muskox

This is a baby muskox who is just two weeks old. The muskox or musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) is known for its thick coat and the strong odor emitted by the males, from which its name derives. This “musky” odor is used to attract females during mating season. The female muskox are pregnant up to eight months. The infants are able to keep up with their mothers and the rest of the herd just a few hours after being born.

Nature seems to favor baby animals and humans to be cute. I’m not sure how that genetically provides an advantage for their survival, but it does and its a field of study. Scientist Konrad Lorenz proposed the concept of baby schema (Kindchenschema), a set of facial and body features, that make a creature appear “cute” and activate (release) in others the motivation to care for it.

source 1, 2, 3; photo by Randy Kokesch

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