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Awwww. Puppy love is the best medicine 4 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
And they're both wonderful!
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Albert einstein once wisely said 5 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
Somebody got fired
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This mushroom looks like it is right out of Willy Wonka's chocolate room 9 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
Fun fact: this is the bleeding tooth fungus. It isn't poisonous (surprise!) but it is ridiculously bitter and so considered inedible
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Physical > Emotional pain 12 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
I took a razor scooter to the ankle when I was a kid. I actually have a scar from it
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Lilo & Stitch 8 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
dude
2 frickin miles away 6 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
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Frog camo activated 5 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
It's all fun & games until something bigger decides it wants a tasty frog
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alright 25 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
....I understand now. It's 3:30 in the morning and I understand D: D: D: D: D: D:
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Bisexual 21 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
This is mostly unrelated, but I love the font they used for the definition and if someone found out what it was/gave me a way to find it myself I will owe you a lifetime of cuddles
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Really expensive education 13 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
Where are you, and can I live in your basement? Because even only counting tuition, I am currently paying 4909€ for college (I hope I did that right)
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Daily Dose of Creepy #111 4 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
Before watching; that looks like a beardie in the preview shot....beardies aren't creepy
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I ship it 4 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
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How green this lettuce? 4 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
Kay, but....dude
alright 25 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
D:
alright 25 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
I have seen this picture in the corners of the internet for years now, and just started watching OitNB. Just recognized her. I am a happy human
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Americans explain yourself! 9 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
Without even opening the video.... it's about Kansas & Arkansas, isn't it?
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It's almost that time of year, again. <3 3 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
As a woman....all of these ladies just seem like major b*tches to me. Just sayin
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Acceptable Duck Face 14 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
What lovely people you two are
I would have the same reaction Eddie 6 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
This comment's purpose is so when somebody posts it I may also enjoy
Day 618 of your daily dose of cute: Ligers are huge! 10 comments
amuravasendiu · 3 years ago
Now we have lost both of our DDOCs... :(
Wolves are alpha af 16 comments
amuravasendiu · 4 years ago
Majority of males disperse, or leave the pack, after they turn a year old; some may wait until their 2nd year, but very few don't leave at all. The dispersal males will go solo until they find a female they like, and then that pair becomes the breeding pair of a brand-new pack. (Imagine getting kicked out of your house at 18, and being homeless until you find a lady to date. And then you build your own house...out of dirt. Wait, this is a bad analogy)
Wolves are alpha af 16 comments
amuravasendiu · 4 years ago
Feel free to ask if you need any more info, and if you have time before your story is due, do a little research on feral children to learn how children may behave without human interaction during their youth (Oxana Malaya in particular is pertinent!) Thanks to @fasuara for letting me hijack your post! It's 5:15 am here so goodnight ^.^
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Wolves are alpha af 16 comments
amuravasendiu · 4 years ago
Can also provide necessary food for the baby. If the baby is cared for during its first winter instead of abandoned (a baby/toddler would be a huge amount of effort and energy; imagine raising a child for 50 years, and at the end of that time they're barely kindergarten aged), it may continue to be cared for as long as there is a pack member in good standing to defend the baby. Because of the harsh winters, the infant/toddler will have to stay well protected from the cold, needing constant warmth from other wolves. Other things to consider: wolves that choose to stay with the pack rather than disperse (particularly, females tend to be more likely to stay with their birth pack) may bond with the baby more firmly than wolves that were adults at the baby's introduction. Even as an adult, the human would be highly susceptible to cold. I know I'm kind of rambling, but I hope this helps with your story, and I'd love to read it once you're done, if you don't mind! Feel free to (4/?)
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Wolves are alpha af 16 comments
amuravasendiu · 4 years ago
With any amount of independence. That's more than an average wolf's lifetime! This means not only one generous wolf would raise this baby, but potentially several generations of the pack.
After the baby is weaned, it may attempt to be fed regurgitated meat, like young pups are. Humans are omnivores though, so even if it became used to the raw, chewed-up meat, it wouldn't be very healthy for it.
In some cases (there's a documentary called Living With Wolves you may find helpful!) adult humans may, in very very rare cases, integrate themselves into a wolf pack. This means they are fairly respected, so they may influence a wolf pack's decision to "adopt" another human. For your story, if you choose to feature a grown human guardian, it could be a scientist, or another human that was possibly taken into the pack during childhood, at least 8-10 years old, maybe younger but that would be highly unlikely. This grown human, presuming they've been feeding themselves, can also (3/?)
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