freedom-star:

N’AWWWWWWW THIS IS MY BROTHER’S FAVORITE KIND OF DOG BESIDES BEAGLES. *W*

freedom-star:

N’AWWWWWWW THIS IS MY BROTHER’S FAVORITE KIND OF DOG BESIDES BEAGLES. *W*

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confidencecreatesbeauty:

h’omg.
Corgis are the cutest.

confidencecreatesbeauty:

h’omg.

Corgis are the cutest.

holesinheaven:

OH MY GODDDD I WANT ONE so bad :(

holesinheaven:

OH MY GODDDD I WANT ONE so bad :(

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holesinheaven:

OH MY GODDDD I WANT ONE so bad :(

holesinheaven:

OH MY GODDDD I WANT ONE so bad :(

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lizelectrocute:

omg omg omg omg sooo adorable 

lizelectrocute:

omg omg omg omg sooo adorable 

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aplacetolovedogs: Little girl cuddling with a sleepy, baby Corgi Original Article

aplacetolovedogs: Little girl cuddling with a sleepy, baby Corgi Original Article

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lickystickypickyme: Lion swatting a fly, Tanzania.by Dylan George

lickystickypickyme: Lion swatting a fly, Tanzania.by Dylan George

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adsertoris: A black panther is a large black cat, typically a melanistic colour variant of any of several species of larger cat. Wild black panthers in Latin America are black jaguars (Panthera onca), in Asia and Africa they are black leopards (Panthera pardus), and in North America they may be black jaguars or possibly black cougars (Puma concolor – although this has not been proven to have a black variant), or smaller cats.  The name “panther” is often limited to the black variants of the species, but also commonly refers to those that are normally-colored (tawny or spotted), or to white color variants: white panthers.

adsertoris: A black panther is a large black cat, typically a melanistic colour variant of any of several species of larger cat. Wild black panthers in Latin America are black jaguars (Panthera onca), in Asia and Africa they are black leopards (Panthera pardus), and in North America they may be black jaguars or possibly black cougars (Puma concolor – although this has not been proven to have a black variant), or smaller cats.  The name “panther” is often limited to the black variants of the species, but also commonly refers to those that are normally-colored (tawny or spotted), or to white color variants: white panthers.

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