dogs enjoying the view ~ french cottage window
ANDREA, WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? BEYONCE. WHAT IS THAT? BOY DON’T EVEN TOUCH THIS. BOY THIS BEAT IS CRAZY. THIS IS HOW THEY MADE ME, HOUSTON TEXAS BABY! WHO RUN THE WORLD? GIRLS! WHO RUN THE WORLD? GIRLS! I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT. IS IT A POKEMON OR SOMETHING? DON’T YOU WANT TO BE A DOCTOR OR A LAWYER? IT’S HOT UP IN HERE. DJ DON’T BE SCARED TO RUN THIS, RUN THIS BACK. I’M REPPING FOR THE GIRLS TAKING OVER THE WORLD, LET ME RAI
The elephant's muscular trunk is its most remarkable feature ~ it serves as a nose, a hand, an extra foot, a signaling device and a tool for gathering food, siphoning water, dusting, digging and a variety of other functions. Not only does the long trunk permit the elephant to reach as high as 23 feet, but it can also perform movements as delicate as picking berries or caressing a companion.
Elephants in love~