Hi y’all, I’m Lila, a 23 years old geek from Brazil.
Stuff I like:
- One Piece
- Revolutionary Girl Utena
- Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt
- Puella Magi Madoka Magica
- Free! Iwatobi Swim Club (aka the Swimming Anime)
- Ouran High School Host Club
- Princess Tutu
- The Adventures of Tintin
- The Guardians of Ga’Hoole
- My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
- Gravity Falls
- Adventure Time
- The Big Bang Theory
- The Fairly OddParents
- Ghost Hunters (TAPS)
- The Lion King I and II
- Kung Fu Panda I and II
- Spirit: Stallion of The Cimarron
- Lilo & Stitch
- All Dogs Go To Heaven
- An American Tale
- The Land Before Time
- Mamma Mia!
- The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of The Unicorn
- Okami and Okamiden
- Ace Attorney
- Sonic (old school)
- The Beatles
- The Carpenters
- pretty much everything 60s/70s/80s
- the paranormal and ufology
tight happy hugs are very important.
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i am the one who loved you, i am the one who cared
i am the one whos always been there
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This is a baby muskox who is just two weeks old. The muskox or musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) is known for its thick coat and the strong odor emitted by the males, from which its name derives. This “musky” odor is used to attract females during mating season. The female muskox are pregnant up to eight months. The infants are able to keep up with their mothers and the rest of the herd just a few hours after being born.
Nature seems to favor baby animals and humans to be cute. I’m not sure how that genetically provides an advantage for their survival, but it does and its is a field of study. Scientist Konrad Lorenz proposed the concept of baby schema (Kindchenschema), a set of facial and body features, that make a creature appear “cute” and activate (release) in others the motivation to care for it.
source 1, 2, 3; photo by Randy Kokesch