Diána Ujvári

Diána Ujvári

Diána Ujvári
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As of 2013, Big Jake is the largest horse in the world, standing at around 20.3 hands! He is 82.75 inches...or about 20.3 hh.

As of 2013, Big Jake is the largest horse in the world, standing at around 20.3 hands! He is 82.75 inches...or about 20.3 hh.

Bunny Rabbit:  "Dandelions make me sneeze, atishoo!  As I make a wish upon them!"  (Photo By: Gerardo Giles. Google+)

Bunny Rabbit: "Dandelions make me sneeze, atishoo! As I make a wish upon them!" (Photo By: Gerardo Giles. Google+)

7 Ways to Have Gorgeous Hair on a Budget

7 Ways to Have Gorgeous Hair on a Budget

Soaked by Denzil Mackrory on 500px

Soaked by Denzil Mackrory on 500px

An Isabelo horse. Isabeloes are the lightest shade of Palominos. They were first heard of in history during the time of Queen Isabella (where the name come froms) of Spain. The famed Mustang, Cloud, is an Isabello.

An Isabelo horse. Isabeloes are the lightest shade of Palominos. They were first heard of in history during the time of Queen Isabella (where the name come froms) of Spain. The famed Mustang, Cloud, is an Isabello.

Beautiful Golden colored Palomino horse in the snow. Pretty as can be!

Beautiful Golden colored Palomino horse in the snow. Pretty as can be!

The cutest thing i have ever seen

The cutest thing i have ever seen

natalieamora_love | User Profile | Instagrin

natalieamora_love | User Profile | Instagrin

Baby seal...precious Baby harp seal- Harp seals spend most of their time diving and swimming in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. These sleek swimmers often hunt for fish and crustaceans at 300 feet (90 meters) and may dive to nearly 1,000 feet (300 meters). They are able to remain submerged for up to 15 minutes. How can we keep killing these beautiful creatures?

Baby seal...precious Baby harp seal- Harp seals spend most of their time diving and swimming in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. These sleek swimmers often hunt for fish and crustaceans at 300 feet (90 meters) and may dive to nearly 1,000 feet (300 meters). They are able to remain submerged for up to 15 minutes. How can we keep killing these beautiful creatures?

scarlettjane22: from Greta Pappenfus on Pinterest

scarlettjane22: from Greta Pappenfus on Pinterest