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Tiny Animals in Cups—Maximum Cuteness! [25 Pictures]

Tiny Animals in Cups—Maximum Cuteness! [25 Pictures]
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10 Very Happy Animals March 19, 2012 at 4:00pm | by AP I want whatever they’re having… Like Terribly Cute for daily content like this! Cutest Paw Gives You the Cutest Animal Pictures Around the World - StumbleUpon The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World [Editor’s note: In celebration of the holidays, we’re counting down the top 12 Flavorwire features of 2012. This post, at #1, was originally published January 31.] With Amazon slowly taking over the publishing world and bookstores closing left and right, things can sometimes seem a little grim for the brick and mortar booksellers of the world. After all, why would anyone leave the comfort of their couch to buy a book when with just a click of a button, they could have it delivered to their door? Well, here’s why: bookstores so beautiful they’re worth getting out of the house (or the country) to visit whether you need a new hardcover or not. A gorgeous converted Dominican church gives the power of reading its due diligence.

Cuteness Collage Exotic animals to be banned in circuses Using Elephants, monkeys and bears in travelling circus acts is to be outlawed, ministers have announced. The Government has caved in to increasing pressure from MPs and campaigners who argued that circuses are illsuited to the needs of wild animals. Previously, it has suggested a ban was not necessary because the number of such acts was declining anyway. But the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs committee said that was “poor logic” and more than 100 MPs signed up to a Commons motion demanding prohibition. Environment Minister Ben Bradshaw said he had “listened carefully to the arguments” and agreed that performances by wild animals in circuses are “not compatible with their welfare needs”. The Animal Welfare Bill, expected to come into force later this year, will now be amended to ban the use of certain non-domestic species. The ban will apply both to British-based circuses and foreign circuses putting on shows in this country. “However, this news is a positive step forward.

15 Baby Animals You Didn't Know Were Adorable | We all know kitty cats and puppy dogs are pretty freaking cute, but there’s a whole animal kingdom of adorable out there. Below are a few really adorable baby animals that you may not know about. Baby Pygmy Jerboa Baby Kinkajou Bush Baby Baby Civet Baby Avocet Baby Pine Marten Baby Peccary Piglets Baby Axolotl Baby Mandrill Baby Stoat Baby Coati Mundi Baby Addax Baby Fossa Baby Fennec Fox Baby Pangolin Related Posts:

Abyssinian Kittens by AbySphere  "A kitten is in the animal world what a rosebud is in the garden." ~ Robert Southey Copyrighted by AbySphere AbySphere on Flickr You can make your working easy by relying on Pass4sure CAS-001 CCNA - Wireless Associate - IUWNE Cisco updated video lectures. Flower Collage Siberian Tiger Cubs at Zurich Zoo Three Siberian Tiger cubs were born on May 15, 2011 at the Zürich Zoo in Switzerland. There's one male named Lailek, and two females named Luva and Liska. Mom Elena was born in 2004 in the Tierpark Hellabrunn, Munich, and has been at the Zürich zoo since March, 2010. Photo Credit: Emmanuel Keller Also known as Amur Tigers, this species is considered the world's largest cat. Over the last hundred years, hunting and forest destruction have reduced overall tiger populations from hundreds of thousands to perhaps 3,000 to 5,000.

Its a bugs life: Artist creates human sculpture from 20,000 handmade... By Suzannah Hills UPDATED: 22:29 GMT, 30 January 2012 From a distance it looks like a simple red sculpture of the female form. But artist Gabor Fulop hasn't used marble or paper-marche to create this piece of artwork called 'The Lady Bug' - and has in fact made up his model using 20,000 tiny ladybirds. Using artificial resin, the Bulgarian sculptor handmade the minuscule beetles, before painting them individually. The Lady Bug Sculpture: Hungarian artist Fulop Gabor used 20,000 hand-painted ladybirds to create this model of the female form He then applied the Ladybirds - 20,000 in total - to a model of the female form. He said: 'The work Ladybug resembles a goddess of nature, a fusion of both human and animal organisms, that is both a unique being and a mass of creatures that took a human form. 'My art works through a particular re-interpretation of the traditional techniques of sculpture. Creepy crawlies: The sculpture gives the illusion of ladybirds crawling all over a body