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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer
"I’ve sworn an oath of solitude till the blight is purged from these lands” (original from soul nate) Sinologist, long-distance runner, knitter and spinner.
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NowThis 10h
Lola, an 8-year-old horse, had to be airlifted by authorities after falling 60 feet down a ravine in California. Luckily, she was uninjured and reunited with her owner
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Animal Doing Things 14h
Tiny beds for tiny hamester
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 12h
Few animals are as cute as Fiona the hippo - rock star of Born 6 weeks prematurely in 2017, her story is full of "awwww" moments; if you need a pick-me-up, she never fails. Just search for "Fiona the hippo" and the internet will deliver.
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Craig Clunas 柯律格 15h
Apparently are notorious for inaccurate landings. Sincere thanks for safe retrieval of this misjudgement
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Jonesy Cartoons 19h
...and here's one I drew for in support of
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Clarck Drieshen 17h
Proudly presenting this wonderful animal for 5818
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Natasha Heller 20h
You know what season it is (RIP Roger Hedgerer)
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Homestead NM Sep 21
Now you see me...now you don’t! Come enjoy the beauty of of the restored prairie at . You might even have chance to play hide and seek with a fawn.
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Ashmolean Museum 20h
A woodcut print of a rhinoceros by German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer, c. 1515. There are currently five species of rhinoceros in the world, and many that have become extinct. Two of the remaining species are native to Africa, and three to Southern Asia
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BL_HebrewMSS 20h
In celebration of today's World Rhino Day, enjoy this splendid image of a truly magnificent animal
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Larry the Cat 19h
“The dog did it”
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Link 22h
*BLOG* explain why native equines - like Exmoors, Fell & Highland ponies - should be favoured for conservation grazing over the more commonly used Polish Konik Pony
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Kelly Hammond 19h
Dino surveys his domain:
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 17h
For the next 24 hours or so, I'm only going to re/tweet animal-related content. Can't guarantee it'll all be as cute and fluffy as this, but I'll try! (Course-related content with # numbers will resume tomorrow afternoon, you can still at me but I'll save 'em up.)
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 17h
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 17h
Interesting for students in !
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 18h
Replying to @OnlineCrsLady
It's pretty neat!
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 18h
Replying to @OnlineCrsLady
Don't worry, we take good care of all packages we purloin from porches!
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 19h
Random, fun, visual, and student-created, student-centered: watch, learn and WANT Then learn how to do it in the last tweet. Because sharing is the law of ☺️
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Dr. Tineke D'Haeseleer 19h
Replying to @OnlineCrsLady
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