Vanessa Fernandez Thomas.@vanessafdeztho

Speak for animals. They have feelings and rights. Help to raise awareness. I’m in love with TIGERS!

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Even though my beloved Tigers are apex predators with fearsome and powerful jaws, excellent swimmers and climbers, their rate hunt success is only of 5%. Researches at Harvard University, found that dragonflies caught up to 95% of the prey chased. #NotMedicine #NotPets #NotTrophy #SpeakForAnimals #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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The skull of my beloved Tigers not only protects the eyeballs and the brain, but it is also built in a way that allows them to have maximum strength in their jaws. In addition, where humans have a skull septum made of membrane, a Tiger’s septum is made from hard bone, separating the cerebrum and cerebellum and protecting the brain more effectively. #NotPets #NotTrophy #NotMedicine #SpeakForAnimals #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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Vocal cords are a little different between Lions and Tigers. In most species, the vocal cords are shaped like triangles where they protrude into the animal’s airway. In Tigers and Lions, the protrusions are flat and shaped like a square, this shape allows the tissue to respond more easily to passing air, letting the felines roar louder with less lung pressure. #NotPets #NotMedicine #NotTrophy #SpeakForAnimals #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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Chameleon’s eyes move independently of one another rotating nearly 360 degrees. They can change from monocular to binocular vision, they can see everything around them including directly behind. #SpeakForAnimals #NotPets #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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My beloved Tigers can make different sounds such as roar, mown, growl, snarl,chuff, meow, grunt, a kind of woofing noise and pook (unusual sound) this is very similar to the sound made by the Sambar, a favorite prey of the Tiger, some experts think it might be a form of mimicry, and by imitating the deer the Tiger could elicit a reply so locating the precise whereabouts of lunch. #SpeakForAnimals #NotPets #NotMedicine #NotTrophy #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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Newborn Pandas weigh 90-120gr.,they are 1/900th the size of their mom, one of the smallest newborn mammals relative to their mother size. #SpeakForAnimals #NotPets #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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Jaguars have been revered by ancient cultures throughout the Americas such as the Aztecs, Mayans and Moche. Ancient cities and buildings in these cultures often had statues, artwork and ceramics that featured Jaguars. In Chichen-Itzá, Mexico, you can still see a Jaguar throne. #SpeakForAnimals #NotPets #NotTrophy #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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Just a reminder that Lions Can mate 100 times a day (well, if the Lioness is in the mood haha)#SpeakForAnimals #NotPets #NotTrophy #NotMedicine #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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Peacocks perform a particular dance to fascinate females. The peahens choose their mate based on the length of the feathers and the eyespots on them. #SpeakForAnimals #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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Chevrotain, known also as mouse deer, is a solitary herbivorous with a nocturnal behavior and lacks antlers and horns, they live in Asia and Africa. #SpeakForAnimals #TheyHaveRights #TheyHaveFeelings


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