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nevver:

Once upon a time in the West, John Brosio

vegan-girl:

catsbeaversandducks:

Meet Esther the Wonder Pig

"Esther came to us as a supposed "minipig". Little did our uneducated asses know we were in for a big surprise… literally!

Esther is a pig, that’s really all we know since she was misrepresented as a “micropig”. She was born in spring of 2012 to what we believe was a commercial farm litter. She was somehow removed, perhaps because she was a runt?, and somehow found her way to us. 

We hope this page will make you take a minute to re-evaluate some of your daily choices, such as bacon for example. We always seem to prefer the “I’d rather not think about it” approach, but if you took just a few minutes to learn how brutal life is for these loving, intelligent and compassionate animals I know it would change your mind and maybe even convince you to give a vegitarian/vegan lifestyle a chance.”

Photos/caption by Steve Jenkins | ©Esther the Wonder Pig

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She looks reeeally happy :)

raged. again.

sosuperawesome:

Tamara Phillips

Prints from $5 in her shop

thevegantimelord:

valentoms:

i made more historical (political) figure valentines

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8400% done.

ianbrooks:

Mary River Turtle photos by Chris Van Wyk

Kickin’ it in the Mary River in Queensland, Australia, the Mary River turtle was discovered in 1995 but almost immediately went on the endangered species list and when photographer van Wyk snapped these underwater shots of one of the Mary River turtles sporting a punky green algae-hawk, the images were used to help support opposition to a proposed dam that would affect the turtle’s habitat. It also personally gave me inspiration to hit up my hair stylist and ask for the “Mary River”.

Photog: Flickr (additional info: TreeHugger)