Our right to choose is absolutely necessary.
A boy in 1902.
This is awesome.
Faith In Humanity Restored – 23 Pics. I usually hate birds but that second picture just hit me right in the feels!
Faith In Humanity Restored – 33 Pics; these make me cry every time but it's so heartwarming
Golden eagle having a discussion with Red fox
Wow, this is just wonderful!.: Animal Rescue, Saving Animals, Sweet, Hero, Tear, Faith In Humanity Restored, My Heart, Real Men
Dogs' Love incredible
The difference between the youth in different cultures. Which one is truely missing out?
A scientist carefully extracts a hair from the sacrificial victim known as the “Llullaillaco Maiden,” a 15-year-old inhabitant of the Inca Empire, 500 years old she has remained frozen and perfectly preserved, how amazing!
Real History in real pictures.....
Audrey Hepburn, LOVE
Michio Hoshino, a Japanese photographer known for his wildlife photography, was mauled to death by a brown bear on the Kamchatka Peninsula in eastern Russia. This was the last photo he took.
Meet Oogy, Oogy was about ten weeks old and weighed 20 pounds he was tied to a stake and used as bait for a Pit Bull. The left side of his face including most of his ear was torn off. He was bitten so hard a piece of his lower jaw was crushed. Afterward, he was thrown into a cage and left to bleed to death. If you have time to reblog pointless hipster photos, youll have time to reblog this, respect for Oogy...He's a survivor for a breed ruined by horrible people. I believe in these dogs.
Palestinian graffiti in refugee camp “Here only butterfly and birds are free”
the human spirit needs.
Gorilla mother Melima holds her four-day-old baby at Hanover Zoo in GermanyPicture: EPA/HOLGER HOLLEMANN
The annual round-up of Dulmen wild ponies on the Duke of Croy's Merfelder Bruch estate, NorthRhine Westphalia, Germany. Every year the country's last remaining herd of wild horses is rounded up. Dulmen ponies used to live wild across all of Westphalia but today, there is only one wild herd left.Picture: Kristel Richard/NPL / Rex Features
“let people know there are animals out there that need us desperately. And to always treat them with the same dignity and kindness we would like to recieve ourselves.” Photo: Kitten, October, 2011, Thailand flooding disaster; unknown photographer.
A baby bonobo, aged nine to 12 months, at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo
A gelada baboon infant playing with dried grass, Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia (Looks like he's plotting something)
A three-month-old female bonobo plays with her mother at Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary, Democratic Republic of Congo
A portrait of mature male bonobo named Makali looking thoughtful at Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary, Democratic Republic of Congo
Bornean orangutan baby Thor, aged eight to nine months, holds onto his mother at Camp Leakey, Tanjung Puting National Park, Central Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia
Bonobo male baby 'Bomango' aged 10 months, puts his fists up at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary, Democratic Republic of Congo