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parrotea:

Tea with Pippin can be trying at times.

"it’s done steeping it’s been in there like an entire minute time to remove it yes good"

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fuckyeahaquaria:

Oscar | Astronotus ocellatus

“Oscars are native to the Amazon river basin, especially shallow, quiet floodplains and swamps. Native oscars usually show characteristic orange ringed, bilateral ocelli (eyespots) at the base of their tail which have been shown to dissuade predators and also function in sexual selection, as these fish are very visually oriented.” -

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fuckyeahaquaria:

Oscar | Astronotus ocellatus

Oscars are native to the Amazon river basin, especially shallow, quiet floodplains and swamps. Native oscars usually show characteristic orange ringed, bilateral ocelli (eyespots) at the base of their tail which have been shown to dissuade predators and also function in sexual selection, as these fish are very visually oriented.” -

(by Panaque)

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jamesandkarlamurray:

Hawk, Tompkins Square Park, East Village, NYC Leaving the nest where an egg has been laid. More great hawk and egg coverage: http://thegoglog.blogspot.com/

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