AJ Trujillo

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HOW MANY TAKES WILL IT TAKE?

Have you ever noticed: http://t.co/mZo9QSh8tx

When a dog sees its owner, its brain secretes the same substances as ours when we are in love: http://t.co/yVVLEBbOgb

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Bet you didn't realise just how huge Africa is. http://t.co/CPys39tEhW

That moment when you realize this is actually one photo, not two: http://t.co/yjhUq1cce5

'Rajan' is one of the few salt water swimming elephants on Earth. http://t.co/R0xE0oOx0U

In Colorado, snow during the month of May can lead to some weird things. http://t.co/uYVPbP14y2

Lion, tiger and bear raised together after rescue from drug dealer: http://t.co/xWmzVI69oI

Octopus carved from a single block of wood http://t.co/J6qUUqCrZm

China Wu Conghan, 101, and wife Wu Sognshi, 103, married for 88 years, jumped at the chance to have new wedding pics. http://t.co/JzjEft2o1s

This is what a clouded leopard looks like! http://t.co/YVaHLiAuBk

Damn, they're real: http://t.co/Q4W33lDFmJ

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A new born elephant: http://t.co/DYmcFL4xCO

There's a hidden beach located off the coast of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: http://t.co/jySiYNdZ3z

An Alpaca surfing in Peru. That is all. http://t.co/WARfH4cQjC

Guinness World Records Giant George is tallest dog in the world, measuring 7 ft 3 inch. http://t.co/jqVwHVKwHd

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Baby jaguar cuddling with a baby panther: http://t.co/SbWJU40xXd

Having a bad time, just see this pic of baby giraffe with his mouth full: http://t.co/QJrVKAr00Q

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Pic of the day: http://t.co/S7yDFQ4OhZ

Drop everything and go on one of these 5 last-minute road trips

You've got a long weekend. Get out of town.<p><b>Just go.</b> Open a map. Preferably a paper atlas, though Google will suffice. There should be a city or town that's been scratching at the back of your neck for a while now. Hopefully, this place falls within an 8-hour, 800-mile radius from your driveway; if …

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