#illustrating memes

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Katie Mack
The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my
2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel
better @
Katie Mack The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my 2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel better @
Katie Mack @
The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my
2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel
better f??
thatLovers2thatLovers2
18 apr
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Katie Mack @ The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my 2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel better f??
Katie Mack
The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my 2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel better
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Katie Mack The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my 2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel better
The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my 2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel better
@globalpositivenews
The world is awful and Twitter is weird but I was with my 2.5-year-old niece at the museum today and when we saw the "wounded" dinosaur model illustrating predation she insisted on hugging it to make it feel better @globalpositivenews
It takes bald eagles about five years to obtain their white head! These pictures are of the same bird taken years apart, illustrating the
difference between juvenile and subadult plumage.
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It takes bald eagles about five years to obtain their white head! These pictures are of the same bird taken years apart, illustrating the difference between juvenile and subadult plumage.