1. voiceofnature:

    Valais blacknosed sheep. Although the earliest mention of it dates back to 1400, this large, docile mountain sheep was first recognised as a separate breed in 1962. It has adapted particularly well to life in the high Swizz mountains and grazes even on the steepest, stoniest slopes. The black patches on its nose, eyes, ears, knees, hocks and feet and otherwise light woolly coats make it quite unmistakeable.

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  5. nzafro:

    Tibetan Mastiffs.

    "Fetching prices up to around $750,000 USD, mastiffs have become a prized status-symbol amongst China’s wealthy, with rich buyers across the country sending prices skyrocketing. Owners say the mastiffs, descendants of dogs used for hunting by nomadic tribes in central Asia and Tibet are fiercely loyal and protective. Breeders still travel to the Himalayan plateau to collect young puppies, although many are unable to adjust to the low altitudes and die during the journey."

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  6. westcoastwaterbender:



    The floor is lava!

    What kind of parents actually pour lava into their homes just so their kid can have some fun?

    The fun kind.

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  9. earthyday:

    Opabin Prospect © Boris Kačan

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  10. hplyrikz:

    I can relate to this

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