Posts tagged gifset
Posts tagged gifset
The real Jean
I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR A SPIRIT GIFSET MY ENTIRE LIFE
I DONT THINK YOU UNDERSTAND
This is one of the most underrated animated films of all time. After it came out and the hype died down, people just seem to have forgotten about it. I watched it again recently and was shocked at how good it really was.
Reminder that Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron was a remarkable film in loads of way - it set a benchmark for Dreamworks earlier on, introduced new effects that combined digital with traditional element (yeah some of this film is CGI that paved the way for things like Shrek), and alongside that, it’s gorgeously animated, has a lovely story, and has a fucking stunning score by Bryan Adams and Hans Zimmer. If you haven’t watched it - you should. It’s got some darker themes, too, and I promise it’s not a ‘talking animals’ film.
Forever laughing at the horse eyebrows though
(Do love this film though)
blue’s neighbor is a little weird…
i will never not reblog this post
Felix - Bat/Flying Fox enjoying lunch (x)
Bat Conservation and Rescue QLD. INC. (bats.org.au)
THIS IS A PUPPY IT’S NOT EVEN A FULL-GROWN DOG AND IT UNDERSTANDS “NO” IT IS NOT EVEN A YEAR OLD AND YOU’RE TELLING ME TEENAGE BOYS AND MEN CAN’T UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF “NO.” THAT IS BULLSHIT.
"Wh-WHAT!? I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS!!"
"WHAT HAPPENED TO MY SNOWMAN!?"
"GET READY TO BE SCHOOLED!"
"GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!"
what I want to know is did they make an Eggman cosplay just for this
Do you have anything on “la muerte roja?”
Animated Fakemon Sprites Round 2:
Kangaskhan (male), an evolution for Marowak.
Absur’d, an evolution for Farfetch’d.
Megaloton, an evolution for Sharpedo.
Champanzee, an evolution for Primeape.
An as of yet unnamed evolution for Qwilfish.
and finally Idonose, an alternate evolution for Nosepass.
Alaskan Malamute Puppies
Keiko playing with one of the crabs in his tank.
Keiko’s tank in Oregon was made as natural as possible to prepare him for the ocean, so small sea animals like crabs was put in the tank.
Not having seen a crab during all his years in captivity in Canada and Mexico this was very new and exciting to Keiko and he would often pick up the crabs in his mouth and swim around with them. Never once did any of his trainers witness him killing a crab, in fact he was very gentle and careful with them.
This is a good example of how orcas know their own strength.