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ToriSchulte White tail Tropicbird
White tail Tropicbird commented on by ToriSchulte Indonesia8 years ago

Those tail feathers are so long!

ToriSchulte Leopard tortoise
Leopard tortoise commented on by ToriSchulte Mara, Tanzania9 years ago

Wow! That's beautiful!! I've never seen a tortoise like that!

ToriSchulte Banded Woolly Bear Caterpillar
Banded Woolly Bear Caterpillar commented on by ToriSchulte Pennsylvania, USA9 years ago

Oh my goodness! He's so cute XD

ToriSchulte Orange-breasted Falcon
Orange-breasted Falcon commented on by ToriSchulte Potaro-Siparuni, Guyana9 years ago

I love how you got the picture right before it took off, so it has it's wings spread out :D

ToriSchulte Red Urchin
Red Urchin commented on by ToriSchulte Lat: 13.69 Lon: 120.909 years ago

That looks beautiful! :D

ToriSchulte Gull
Gull commented on by ToriSchulte Tampa, Florida, USA10 years ago

Lol I love how the background makes the seagull so important or he's about to take a life changing quest or something like that. ^.^

ToriSchulte Luna Moth
Luna Moth commented on by ToriSchulte Canada10 years ago

I agree! It's beautiful! I always loved those weird looking antennae that kinda look like leaves ^.^

ToriSchulte Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ToriSchulte New Mexico, USA10 years ago

Ugh sry I mean RIGHT one is lily LEFT one daisy

ToriSchulte Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ToriSchulte New Mexico, USA10 years ago

Looks like you got two different types of flower. I know the left one is a lily and the right one is possibly a daisy

ToriSchulte Tomato frog
Tomato frog commented on by ToriSchulte Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA10 years ago

Oh no this was in a zoo '^.^ sorry to confuse you.

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