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Martha Delbrook
Some of the words that have impacted my weight loss journey the most. "If nothing changes, nothing changes." One small change this week can really make a difference. Great Quotes, Quotes To Live By, Me Quotes, Motivational Quotes, Inspirational Quotes, Change Quotes, Scary Quotes, Yoga Quotes, Fact Quotes

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Does anybody else remember riding the Galapagos tortoises at the LA zoo when they were little? Tortoise 100 years old Animals And Pets, Baby Animals, Funny Animals, Cute Animals, Giant Tortoise, Tortoise Turtle, Sulcata Tortoise, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful

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This is a tribute to the most useless things in my life. Things like a white crayon, or my remote controls. I encourage you all to do the same in response. It can be interesting. To my white crayon, I don’t know why I need you. I can only use you on black paper and I have no black paper. I have 47 other crayons in my box that I can use on plain white paper. I don’t need you but they put you in the box anyway. I understand life can get pretty dull for you, sitting in the crayon box, watching…

year old sea turtle, Botanic Gardens, Tahiti tahiti - galapagos tortise in the botanical gardenstahiti - galapagos tortise in the botanical gardens Sulcata Tortoise, Giant Tortoise, N Animals, Cute Animals, Kawaii Turtle, Turtle Love, All Gods Creatures, Reptiles And Amphibians, Tortoises

150 year old sea turtle, Botanic Gardens, Tahiti

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The Pinta Island tortoise is the rarest animal in the world. He is roughly 90 to a 100 yrs old. He was discovered in 1972 he is the last member of the Pinta Island subspecies of Galapagos tortoises. Giant Tortoise, Tortoise Turtle, Sulcata Tortoise, Giant Animals, Rare Animals, Amor Animal, Mundo Animal, Animal Pics, Isla Galapagos

Pinta island tortise named Lonesome goerge...last remaining specis at Darwin research center