How Do Dogs "See" With Their Noses?

Friday, 18 August 2017 16:00
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You may have heard the expression that dogs 'see with their noses.' But these creature's amazing nasal architecture actually reveals a whole world beyond what we can see. This great illustrates how the dog's nose can smell the past, the future and even things that can't be seen at all. 

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Artist Training Grounds VII, Day 20

Friday, 18 August 2017 18:45
frith: Blue-grey cartoon pegacorn with light blue mane (FIM Luna enchanted)
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For Day Twenty: "Draw a pony from or in the future / Draw a pony in space". Fill in the spaces in the submission form, and experience the future gallery now, it's over here.

Mind that deadline. It's midnight Mountain Standard Time, which is 3 AM Eastern Daylight Savings Time and 8 AM UTC. There's usually an extension on top of that, somewhere around three hours.
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a picture of an old man holding a stray kitten - cover for a story of a grandfather hiding from his wife a litter of stray kittens and their mother

Grandparents can be total pushovers. Whether its letting the grandkids eat dessert, or stay up late during a sleepover, they obviously have a soft spot. And you're probably thinking back to all the times you've caught this happening in the act. Well, for one grandpa in Puerto Rico, his soft spot wasn't only for his grandkids, but even went so far as to… the animal world! Jimmy, 85 years old, has been secretly raising a litter of stray kittens, what's better? He is doing it secretly behind his wife's back, after she said he couldn't keep them!

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Tagged: kitten , cute , story , Cats

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