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If you believe it then everything is possible <3
Seriously, THERE ARE NO WORDS. I would cry like a hungry/tired/indecisive baby if I ever had the opportunity to do this. If I'm in the wild one day, and come across a tiger, I won't be scared... I'll approach that beast and we'll hug and play like no other, I believe. ;)

If you believe it then everything is possible <3 Seriously, THERE ARE NO WORDS. I would cry like a hungry/tired/indecisive baby if I ever had the opportunity to do this. If I'm in the wild one day, and come across a tiger, I won't be scared... I'll approach that beast and we'll hug and play like no other, I believe. ;)

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Please make the choice to be kind, compassionate, peaceful and loving to ALL animals. They are not "ours" to harm, enslave, exploit, kill, eat, etc. GO VEGAN - with so many plant-based alternatives to meat, dairy and eggs - it has never been easier!

Shoebill also known as Whalehead or Shoe-billed Stork, is a very large stork-like bird. It derives its name from its massive shoe-shaped bill. It lives in eastern Africa. It is so strange looking! It looks like a Muppet! It can grow to almost 5 FEET tall! Seriously...it's real!!

Shoebill also known as Whalehead or Shoe-billed Stork, is a very large stork-like bird. It derives its name from its massive shoe-shaped bill. It lives in eastern Africa. It is so strange looking! It looks like a Muppet! It can grow to almost 5 FEET tall! Seriously...it's real!!

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Horned chameleon ... There is so much going on here! The chameleon looks as if it's about to applaud, can't take it's eye off the lady bird, has to decide: let it go? spear it with my horn? snag it with my tongue? Lady bird: clueless.

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