Écarlate La Merveilleuse

tastefullyoffensive:

Where is your trunk, human?

rhamphotheca:

Note to self:  rainy day art project, when drunk

rhamphotheca:

Note to self:  rainy day art project, when drunk

donttouchmynewtonballs:

In the car with my mom and I look over to see this and I just

donttouchmynewtonballs:

In the car with my mom and I look over to see this and I just

rhamphotheca:

Elephant Love


A five-month-old orphaned elephant called Tembo plays with Lucy Fitzjohn at Tony Fitzjohn’s Mkomazi rhino sanctuary on June 19, 2012, in Mkomazi, Tanzania. The Aspinall Foundation, the Tusk Trust, and the George Adamson Trust combined forces to stage a rare translocation of three captive-born black rhino to Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania in order to rejuvenate the area’s black rhino numbers.
The three animals—Grumeti, Monduli and Zawadi—were airlifted in a dedicated DHL Boeing 757 from Manston Airport in Kent direct to Kilimanjaro Airport in Tanzania. Their story is welcome news in the pachyderm world. In the last decade, poachers have reduced the population of Africa’s forest elephants by 62 percent, putting the species on the fast track to extinction.
Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images
(via: TakePart.org)

rhamphotheca:

Elephant Love

A five-month-old orphaned elephant called Tembo plays with Lucy Fitzjohn at Tony Fitzjohn’s Mkomazi rhino sanctuary on June 19, 2012, in Mkomazi, Tanzania. The Aspinall Foundation, the Tusk Trust, and the George Adamson Trust combined forces to stage a rare translocation of three captive-born black rhino to Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania in order to rejuvenate the area’s black rhino numbers.

The three animals—Grumeti, Monduli and Zawadi—were airlifted in a dedicated DHL Boeing 757 from Manston Airport in Kent direct to Kilimanjaro Airport in Tanzania. Their story is welcome news in the pachyderm world. In the last decade, poachers have reduced the population of Africa’s forest elephants by 62 percent, putting the species on the fast track to extinction.

Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

(via: TakePart.org)

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

queerlittlelady:

Oh my god my heart actually exploded from this happiness.

Omg the last gif it waved back omg

So many people always seem to forget just how intelligent elephants are.

Via/Follow The Absolute Greatest Posts…ever.

Oh crap, oh crap, crap, crap!

Oh crap, oh crap, crap, crap!

cherry-and-also-bomb:

✡❀✟ vintage/grunge ✟❀✡

cherry-and-also-bomb:

✡❀✟ vintage/grunge ✟❀✡

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