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Polar Bear Dance

Get Your Groove On Like A Polar Bear

"I dreamed I was a dancing bear, and I was doing my dancing where the bears dance, and I was sneezing. 'Cause I was a dancing polar bear, and it was freezing.

Yes my soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from Him. Truly He is my rock and my salvation...    Psalm 62:5-6

Yes my soul, find rest in God; Truly He is my rock and my salvation.


Upside down, pup, you turn me. Galapagos sea lion pup photographed by Ray Kent.

You're making me blush.

You're making me blush.

Here is a happy otter for you board. One day, you will be as happy as this otter.look at that cute smile c:

It's a blustery day in the OC!

"I love wind blowing thru my face! It's a little windy today!

Sea otters, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska.

Two sea otters in the water near Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska. Photo by Rob Kroenert


Jason Mraz -Life Is Wonderful

Seals in the sand

love this photo! Nothing like when a sea lion falls asleep on the sand . and ends up with "sand-face"!


I was given a stuffed toy baby harp seal when I was a small child and it changed my life! Harp seals live on an island in north eastern .

Дмитрий Соколов - Google+

I thought I knew what a cute animal was. The Internet is full of Corgi pictures, fluffy puppies and sweet kittens.

Photo by @BrianSkerry A harp seal pup, about 14 days old, makes its first swim in the icy waters of Canada's Gulf of St. Lawrence. From my new exhibit "Portraits of Planet Ocean" opening at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, DC on Tuesday September 17th. Originally photographed for a harp seal story in National Geographic magazine.  @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #underwater #harpseals #climatechange #Padgram

Portraits of Planet Ocean: The Photography of Brian Skerry - As polar ice sheets break away and return less and less each year, harp seals such as this one from the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada, face increasing challenges to maintain stable populations.

Too funny - moments of #laughter

Laughing Seal - His buddy must have really cracked a good joke. This white seal was just loving it!