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Richard Mille RM26-01 Tourbillon Panda (Unique piece) with rubies😻 🌍 ➖➖➖➖ Follow▶@theguidewatches if you love watches! ➖➖➖➖ 📷@spjeweler

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What do you think of this shot? Follow @streetstylemaster for more!!🔥🔥

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camolteniofficial. Who you are tomorrow begins with what you do today.
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Who you are tomorrow begins with what you do today. 👖: Double Striped Track Pants V2 in black and red.

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I hope you are enjoing your day 😁today I went for a walk in the city. Now I should start doing my travel baggage. It is always a struggle for me to decide what to take and what not. What about you? ___________________________________ Ich hoffe ihr geniesst den Samstag. Heute muss ich umbedingt meinen Koffer packen. Es ist immer einen Kampf den zu packen und zu entscheiden was ich mitnehmen soll. Wie siehts bei euch so aus? Easy Packer oder geht es euch dabei wie bei mir? 😜 #style Coat @balmain Boots @strellson . . . 📸 @who_mat

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fathomlesslife. Hammerhead Shark, how epic!! 😍
Curious fact: Researches have shown th

Hammerhead Shark, how epic!! 😍 Curious fact: Researches have shown that great hammerheads often swim on their side! Unlike other sharks, their dorsal fin is longer than the pectoral fins. When a great hammerhead tilts to the side, its long dorsal fin increases its “wingspan”, allowing it to swim more efficiently. Wind tunnel experiments with an anatomically accurate model of a great hammerhead suggest the sharks use about 10 per cent less energy when they swim this way instead of upright. Photo: @martin.strmiska #shark #sharks #hammerheadshark #hammerhead #ocean #sea #wildlife #animals #animal #underwater #underwaterphotography #scubadiving #scubadive #scuba #dive #diving #scubadiver #diver

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Burrowing Owl moves 🦉 Desert, Utah. Photo by @c_losc #AnimalonPlanet

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thedailypomeranian. relaxing time😊🐵 @agha_bamzi 
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relaxing time😊🐵 @agha_bamzi #pomeranian

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I’m in my happy place 🛌

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natures. Exploring the Australia’s desert🦎
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Exploring the Australia’s desert🦎 Follow @roam for more!⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ Tag someone that should see this!👇 📸 by @sabowden #natures #nature⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ FACTS: THE THORNY DEVIL (Moloch horridus) is also known as the thorny dragon or the mountain devil. It’s a small (up to 8 inches in length), spiky lizard native to Australia. They live in the arid scrubland and desert of the interior of the continent. Thorny devils are the only species in the genus Moloch, and they can live between six and 20 years.⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ 1. They are named after a human sacrifice god. The thorny devil’s scientific name, Moloch horridus, was inspired by John Milton’s poem “Paradise Lost.” In the poem, Milton describes the Caananite god Moloch as a horrible king smeared with the blood of human sacrifice. The Latin word horridus can mean rough or bristly, or dreadful.⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ 2. They specialize in eating ants. Thorny devils are what’s known as obligate myrmecophages: they eat only ants. They can consume thousands of small, black ants a day. Thorny devils are “sit-and-wait” predators who find a feeding site near ant trails and wait for their prey to pass right in front of them. They use their sticky tongues to capture the ants. Their teeth are modified to deal with the hard, chitinous bodies of their prey, with the mandibular teeth fitting neatly between two maxillary teeth to create a shearing tool in their mouths.

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