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Meaning Of Predator

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Steampunk Predator art is coolness of cool

Steampunk Predator... I mean why not? We're doing Star Wars too, right? Now lets find Steampunk Borg... that'll be interesting.

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Mountain lion. View of a female mountain lion (Felis concolor) with her kittens under a redrock ledge. The mountain lion is also known as the puma, the panther and the cougar. A fully grown mountain lion has a body length of 1-1.6 metres and a body weight of up to 100 kg.

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Bobcat - In case you don't know this cat is mean! ..int cat make ribbons out of you in no time at all !,

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Owl is amazing, i like the fact this is the first thing you see. So eye catching.

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I mean, LOOK AT HIM! He is staring right at me! I could never in a million years out swim him, either.

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WOLVES DON'T LOSE SLEEP OVER THE OPINIONS OF SHEEP."

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Oranda goldfish with pretty black markings - goldfish are often dark-coloured (grey or black) when young to protect them from the eyes of predators, gradually turning gold or red later as they grow up. This means that this fish might very well end up completely orange, so keep this in mind when choosing goldfish and don't be surprised if the colours change.

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Bear energy. The female bear gives birth to the cubs while asleep. Due to this Bear is regarded as a symbol of the deepest inner wisdom, of the dreamtime and transformation. When giving ourselves over to sleep we become receptive to the Great Mother who nurtures us. As we delve deep into our identities and lose our egos, going back to our primal and elemental natures, we find we are part of Infinity and of All That Is/The Universe/One.

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Surrealism Movement

Man Ray Photography | Of course, there will always be those who look only at technique ...

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Anhinga. The Anhinga, sometimes called Snakebird, Darter, American Darter, or Water Turkey, is a water bird of the warmer parts of the Americas. The word anhinga comes from the Brazilian Tupi language and means devil bird or snake bird.

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