Highland cows have to be very close before they’ll share secrets (because it’s hard to hear with such hairy ears).
img via jusala highland cattle
Homegirl on a mission
I really didn’t think my knife was that sharp, but then again, I’d been cutting through buck necks with it…
I wanna take the bandage off and look at the cut.
like really badly
"Whoa, look! My blood’s on the floor! I’m bleeding and it’s not period! :DDD"
Basically my reaction to realizing I’d left a trail of blood into the house earlier. Delighted probably isn’t the word, but it’s the closest thing I can think of. I’m not used to seeing my own blood.
Greydoe acted pretty normal, except maybe she breathed a little faster than others. Clean legs, no snot, but the occasional sneeze. There were a few weeks a while back when she’d get a small smear of blood on her nostril, but it went away when the weather cooled down. If she’d had run-around time, she probably would have gotten out of breath pretty easy. Never really said she was hurting.
Yet taking up more than half of her ribcage were numerous pasturella abscesses. Most were small, but one was quite large. She only had one functioning lung - the other was…nowhere to be seen. It was completely destroyed by the abscesses, which where fused with her ribs and surrounding flesh. I’ve never seen anything like it. It was pretty freaky and nasty.
I regret not putting Greydoe down sooner. :/ That couldn’t have been pleasant.
I am officially rabbitless. A rabbitless Ny is not a happy Ny.
Also, I finally cut myself. It just figures. Dozens, hundreds, later, and I finally slipped on the very last one.
West Milford, New Jersey
In 1972, Jungle Habitat was opened in West Milford, New Jersey as a zoo for the adventurers of the world. Half of the park was similar to an average zoo. It had a petting zoo, snack bars, reptile house, etc. The second half of the park was quite the opposite. It allowed guests to drive their own vehicles into the woods and go on a self guided safari ride. The tour allowed guests to see free roaming monkeys, elephants, llamas, giraffes, lions, and tigers. Animals would often walk right up to cars and sometimes climb on top of them. As one could imagine, Jungle Habitat was faced with a series of “accidents” during its operating years.
Within the park’s first year of operation, the park experienced its first “accident” when a guest was attacked by two lions. Shortly after, a woman was bitten by a baby elephant who had grabbed her arm with its trunk. In addition to these incidents, the animals were constantly escaping into the town of West Milford. A wild case of tuberculosis also spread among the park’s animals, resulting in many of them having to be put down.
After closing in 1976, the park was quickly abandoned. Carcasses of animals, including elephants and giraffes, were left behind. The remains of Jungle Habitat is a popular hiking spot to this day.
The spoopiest part of this skeleton bird decoration is the complete lack of knowledge in basic skeletal anatomy
somebody please draw this creature with skin on because i think it would be horrifying because those are basically long fingers
Gars are massive, freshwater fish with long, toothy snouts and a protective covering of thick, bony scales.
The Alligator Gar is thought to reach a potential length of some 10 feet!
It’s a good thing people don’t randomly turn into enormous Gars and start chewing on any arms or legs that happen to be in the general vicinity!