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Tumblr User Explains Why Lone Baby Deer Is Probably Fine

A limited knowledge of animals and a well timed photo can send the wrong message, and this person is here to explain why it's probably not as sad as it looks. For more people enlightening other people on how animals actually work, here's a thread on farm animals that takes a dark turn.

Tumblr thread on why Deer leave their fawns alone | fawn curled up beside fake deer which is used target practice | vampireapologist lot people are super upset by this, so here is reminder someone who has worked professionally with deer fawn tucked down alone like this is almost never an orphan. Fawns are extremely small, and their best defense is stay hidden as often as possible. Unless they are nursing or moving new spot, tucking themselves down grass or against bigger objects is their best de
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Ten Bits Of Random Information That Will Blow Your Mind

There's nothing we love more here than some random information. The world is full of interesting things, so why limit yourself to one topic? This article is jam packed with tidbits from very different topics, from evolution to bionic limbs. Absorb that info, my friends. 

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Ten Highly Educational GIFs That May Save Your Life

Who said GIFs can't be educational? We've hand picked ten of the most useful, possibly life-saving GIFs. Because you never know when something fatal could happen: living is dangerous. And yes, mp4 videos are technically GIFs. Now watch and learn.

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10 Information-Packed Maps About Random Things

It turns out that maps are useful for a lot more than geography. These maps give you a whole lot of information you didn't know you needed until now. If you think the world's a pretty interesting place and want to learn more about it, keep on reading. Or head to r/MapPorn for way more maps than you could ever need.

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Over 28 years of melting glaciers, depleted forests and expanding cities are shown in this Google time lapse project.