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Customer of the day. Hercules was in the shop with his owner to find a new bike appropriate for hauling him around.

Customer of the day. Hercules was in the shop with his owner to find a new bike appropriate for hauling him around.

Vessel of Dreams by evelmiina.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Vessel of Dreams by evelmiina.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Here is a picture of a gray wolf. A lot of people think gray wolf's fur is always gray, but no, a gray wolf can Brown, black, and white also.#wolves #need #help.

Here is a picture of a gray wolf. A lot of people think gray wolf's fur is always gray, but no, a gray wolf can Brown, black, and white also.#wolves #need #help.

I was walking down the street,  And I happened to look down To see a wondrous feat: An ant was on the ground,                              Hauling food twice his size. He was focused on his goal, A…

Kindness Matters.

I was walking down the street, And I happened to look down To see a wondrous feat: An ant was on the ground, Hauling food twice his size. He was focused on his goal, A…

PETA India staffers rescued Parineeta, a donkey, from the side of the road, where she had been abandoned with a broken leg after spending years hauling building materials for railroads. She now lives in the beautiful Nilgiri hills with other retired working animals.

Rescues We Will Never Forget

PETA India staffers rescued Parineeta, a donkey, from the side of the road, where she had been abandoned with a broken leg after spending years hauling building materials for railroads. She now lives in the beautiful Nilgiri hills with other retired working animals.

Wagon transportation in World War I was affected greatly by the shortage of horses and mules.  Motorization of units, particularly field artillery, was stepped up in order to overcome the animal shortage. (Above, a mule team, hauling a U.S. ammunition wagon, is holding up the   advance of the whole column.  East of St. Mihiel, France, 13 September 1918.)

Wagon transportation in World War I was affected greatly by the shortage of horses and mules. Motorization of units, particularly field artillery, was stepped up in order to overcome the animal shortage. (Above, a mule team, hauling a U.S. ammunition wagon, is holding up the advance of the whole column. East of St. Mihiel, France, 13 September 1918.)

viewbug:  "Rabbit Run" by JustinRussoPhotography added to the Hall of Fame:http://www.viewbug.com/fame

viewbug: "Rabbit Run" by JustinRussoPhotography added to the Hall of Fame:http://www.viewbug.com/fame

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