ghirahim:

thestarkidshavethephonebox:

howtoskinatiger:

grazie-arigato:

ハムスター速報

This is a Klipspringer (Oreotragus oreotragus), a small species of antelope. They primarily live in mountainous areas, and it’s hooves are designed like that to allow it to stand on even the tiniest outcrop of rock. 

its on its widdle tippy toes

the underside of their hooves is also quite rubbery and allows for better grip— it’s reported they can land safely on rock as wide as a dime.
also they mate for life and always stay by their mate. one will keep watch while another eats and are generally the cutest little things

ghirahim:

thestarkidshavethephonebox:

howtoskinatiger:

grazie-arigato:

ハムスター速報

This is a Klipspringer (Oreotragus oreotragus), a small species of antelope. They primarily live in mountainous areas, and it’s hooves are designed like that to allow it to stand on even the tiniest outcrop of rock. 

its on its widdle tippy toes

the underside of their hooves is also quite rubbery and allows for better grip— it’s reported they can land safely on rock as wide as a dime.

also they mate for life and always stay by their mate. one will keep watch while another eats and are generally the cutest little things

huelessisclueless:

sixpenceee:

TUFTED DEER
Yes! This cute looking deer vampire exists! It’s scientific name is Elaphodus cephalopus and it’s found in high altitudes in Burma or China. They get their name from the “tuft” of hair they have on their foreheads. In the wild they are browsers and grazers, eating mainly grass or fruit. They are territorial and don’t move that far away from their homes. 
Did I mention how they look like an adorable vampire? Oh I did? Oops. 
MORE INFORMATION

oh my godadorable vampire deermy life is complete
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huelessisclueless:

sixpenceee:

TUFTED DEER
Yes! This cute looking deer vampire exists! It’s scientific name is Elaphodus cephalopus and it’s found in high altitudes in Burma or China. They get their name from the “tuft” of hair they have on their foreheads. In the wild they are browsers and grazers, eating mainly grass or fruit. They are territorial and don’t move that far away from their homes. 
Did I mention how they look like an adorable vampire? Oh I did? Oops. 
MORE INFORMATION

oh my godadorable vampire deermy life is complete
Zoom Info
huelessisclueless:

sixpenceee:

TUFTED DEER
Yes! This cute looking deer vampire exists! It’s scientific name is Elaphodus cephalopus and it’s found in high altitudes in Burma or China. They get their name from the “tuft” of hair they have on their foreheads. In the wild they are browsers and grazers, eating mainly grass or fruit. They are territorial and don’t move that far away from their homes. 
Did I mention how they look like an adorable vampire? Oh I did? Oops. 
MORE INFORMATION

oh my godadorable vampire deermy life is complete
Zoom Info

huelessisclueless:

sixpenceee:

TUFTED DEER

Yes! This cute looking deer vampire exists! It’s scientific name is Elaphodus cephalopus and it’s found in high altitudes in Burma or China. They get their name from the “tuft” of hair they have on their foreheads. In the wild they are browsers and grazers, eating mainly grass or fruit. They are territorial and don’t move that far away from their homes. 

Did I mention how they look like an adorable vampire? Oh I did? Oops. 

MORE INFORMATION

oh my god
adorable vampire deer
my life is complete