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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by devine, Aug 28, 2017.
“That's my energy, big dick energy
Never let a fake ho get in front of me
Bitch, you better let go, you can't take the heat
That's my energy, big dick energy”
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Watching bald eagles build nests over the years is low key one of the cool things about this state. Also their population is booming compared to when I was a kid so thats nice too.
Where's the cougar?
I found it
Got it. Sneaky fucker.
Badass. I think that's the biggest animal I've seen a cheetah take down.
Took some skillz to not catch those horns in the stomach in the first takedown.
OOOPS, SORRY! WE COULDN'T FIND IT
You have requested a page or file which doesn't exist
edit: nevermind just took a while for the embed to work
Where's the leopard?
Right under the center ice
I love this new game
Thanks to whoever posted this ig in here.. it’s one of my fav follows..
No way we are ever going to play « guess where the rhino is »
I found him :)
Click to play:/
Si o no?
Offer to make her a sandwich after she finishes with me
Click if you want sound
What I picture reading the July 4 thread ^
I want to go on the record that I don’t follow fucking brobible. It was sent to me but the video is insane.
That’s not a big gator
That’s why I don’t go kayaking in gator waters because I’ve flipped n a kayak a few times in the flat ocean waters.
I know people who do and in the Hillsborough River they are everywhere.
happened in the Waccamaw River
This sounds exactly like something that someone who follows Bro Bible would say
I can confirm that the owner of the page, Clown Baby sent it to me in a DM
I doubt the shark is huge, but that seems like a large ray
Because of its large size and velocity in case of danger (24 km/h escape speed), the oceanic manta ray has very few natural predators that could be fatal to it. Only large sharks and dolphins, such as the tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier), the great hammerhead shark (Sphyrna mokarran), the bullshark (Carcharhinus leucas), the false killer whale (Pseudora crassidens), and the killer whale (Orcinus orca), are capable of preying on the ray. Nonlethal shark bites are very common occurrences, with a vast majority of adult individuals bearing the scars of at least one attack.
Did you see the video of the dog shitting out parasites ? It was one of the most disgusting things I have ever, ever seen.
Video in the link of a shark attacking an injured dolphin only about 30 yards off the beach at LBI, New Jersey.
The breed of shark(s) involved are unknown because there was nothing left of the dolphin to research the bite marks.
that dude is not sugar coating it
Can’t zoom in, or turn camera, or just walk over there? In 2020?
That is horrifying
and kinda awesome