Zoo keepers at the United Kingdom’s Chester Zoo have announced the birth of a baby Brazilian Tapir. Though he’s tiny now, the calf will double his weight in his first 14-21 days!
Learn more at Zooborns.
what a beautiful day to not be in high school
Helping dad in the kitchen! Help him choppy and peely and boily!
society6 is okay for prints bc you don’t actually have to do anything except upload your stuff and set your price margins. they do all the orders and printing and shipping for you
Yeah I signed up for it but idk …. if doing the shipping and printing myself would yield more profit b/c society6 profits are very small …. and also I believe it takes a month for the artist to receive the money? idk about society6 it’s easier i guess
First off, thank you for being interested! I had never really thought anyone would be interested in prints of my own characters, and I don’t really have any pieces of them to begin with that I know would make a good print? (if you have anything specific in mind let me know because I only see piles of scribbles in my art tag, haha).
I’ve also never done prints before, so I’d need some time to figure out how to get nice quality (last time I tried printing my art was high school and we could only print stuff on printer paper out of the regular printer OTL) and shipping stuff.
But to answer your question, possibly, since you’ve let me know! It makes really me happy that someone would like something of my silly characters. ; 0 ;
Sorry for babbling!
This is Hazel! She is a rescue, so we don’t really know her mix for sure. But pretty sure there is some Lappie in there. And yes, she always has that big, dumb grin on her face.
Such a cutie! :)
A seven-year old boy from Cambodia has a rather unusual best friend. Koun Samang has been spending time with his python, which now weighs 18 stone, since he was born.
"My boy and the snake have been living very happily since he was born seven years ago. They are the same age," said Samang’s father Koun Samol.
The snake is named Chomran, which means “lucky” in Khmer. Samang spends his days playing with Chomran, hugging the snake and trying to teach it tricks. The snake “eats ten kilos of duck and chicken in one week”, Koun Samol said.
They are the same age and have hardly been separated in their whole lives. Most parents would be horrified to find their child curled up with such a creature but Samang’s father, from the Kandal province, is happy for his son to play with the six-metre-long reptile. Unlike most snakes in the area, Chomran does not eat rats or frogs, as its diet is similar to that of Samang. The whole Koun clan believe the snake has brought them good luck and they treat it like a member of the family. [ x ]
This is beautiful, look how happy the snake, and kid are!