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My adorable dog is part pharaoh hound. Fun fact about pharaoh hounds: the insides of their ears “blush” when they are excited. View high resolution

My adorable dog is part pharaoh hound. Fun fact about pharaoh hounds: the insides of their ears “blush” when they are excited.

i don’t think you understand how peculiar my dog is View high resolution

i don’t think you understand how peculiar my dog is

This is Rook. He is half Pharaoh Hound and half mix. He looks like a dingo and/or fox. He is the most peculiar dog, ever.

While in Juneau, I got to go whale watching. Humpback whales are almost always seen solo, but can be seen together in two instances: a mother with her calf, and even more exciting and not very well understood, when the whales group together to feed using a “bubble net” technique. From Wikipedia: “a group of whales swims in a shrinking circle blowing bubbles below a school of prey. The shrinking ring of bubbles encircles the school and confines it in an ever-smaller cylinder.”
I was beyond lucky to get to see not only a mother and her calf, but around a half dozen whales participating in bubble net feeding together. Snapping their photo is pretty difficult, but I tried my best!We also saw a bunch of sea lions hanging out on a buoy. If you look closely, you will see a sea lion that managed to, inexplicably, squeeze it’s way between the bars on the topmost platform of the buoy.  View high resolution

While in Juneau, I got to go whale watching. Humpback whales are almost always seen solo, but can be seen together in two instances: a mother with her calf, and even more exciting and not very well understood, when the whales group together to feed using a “bubble net” technique. From Wikipedia: “a group of whales swims in a shrinking circle blowing bubbles below a school of prey. The shrinking ring of bubbles encircles the school and confines it in an ever-smaller cylinder.”

I was beyond lucky to get to see not only a mother and her calf, but around a half dozen whales participating in bubble net feeding together. Snapping their photo is pretty difficult, but I tried my best!

We also saw a bunch of sea lions hanging out on a buoy. If you look closely, you will see a sea lion that managed to, inexplicably, squeeze it’s way between the bars on the topmost platform of the buoy. 

A dog’s gotta do what a dog’s gotta do — Cute Overload

And I though that the guarding of the bike was impressive, but just wait ‘til the end!