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“He's been a brilliant example for millions of kids... It's kind of like the Black Panther movie. How cool is that for kids to see and have that superhero? LeBron's been that for a long time." - Gregg Popovich on LeBron (via @pdcavsinsider/Twitter)
this guy is really out here doing the most
🤔 Who is? ¿Quién es? Qui és?
(sc)oops I can't stop eating🍦 TAG YOUR BEST FRIENDS⬇️ @aftersicecream SOUND ON🎶: Dazed and Confused by Jake Miller
@paulo.travels capturing the majestic Moraine Lake. Go follow @paulo.travels and all of our @luxwtprime members for more amazing travel content from around the world. ━━━━━━━━━━━ "Dream Big, Eat Well & Travel On" ━━━━━━━━━━━
This is what I called drunken Lion. @carsandchronoswalnut
Draymond got a technical for this...
Tag who would bring to a private sandbar in the Maldives. Thanks to @discoversoneva for making this experience happen for our team members @jeremyaustiin and @missangievilla. cc: @luxwtprime #discoversoneva ━━━━━━━━━━━ "Dream Big, Eat Well & Travel On" ━━━━━━━━━━━
Because Beef Braciole is a classic Italian dish that you MUST try (and it involves steak, cheese and pasta…so you do the math!) 👅👅 [recipe link in bio]
@kenzzbenzzz from University of Arizona. #TFMgirls #TFM @totalfratmove Babes email photos or videos with your Instagram name and school to to be featured!
We lava you and how easy you are to make, mini chocolate lava cake. ❤️💋 #spoonfeed
STORY TAKEOVER! “The name is Le Corgi, Marcel Le Corgi” writes @lecorgi | Be sure to check out our Stories and see Marcel adventure around the beautiful countryside of Scotland! #dogsofinstagram
4 stages of everyday morning. Follow @9gagcute
Andre Drummond breaks out the handles. 👀🔥
Zion got a standing ovation in his final high school game. 👏 (via @overtime)
“We must teach religion in our schools. We must start them really, really young. As soon as they know how to point out basic things like ‘rock, milk, tree.’ That is the best time to start. Not too much. Just one hour a day until they are about seven. Enough to teach them the basic prayers and Arabic alphabet. It has to be compulsory. You don’t have to force them to believe. But you must force them to study. It’s the most important thing in life. All of us have animal thoughts and lust. Only with God do you start having rules. Even the Christians have rules. I have a Christian relative. They pray to God as well. And the Hindus, well I don’t really understand Hinduism, but they have something too. You must have a higher power. When a man lives without God, it’s very dangerous. You have no reference, no principles, no precepts. You are almost equal to animal.” (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Photo by @BrianSkerry. A surprised Yellow Gobi welcomes us into his makeshift home – an abandoned soda can - on the volcanic sandy bottom of Suruga Bay, off the coast of Japan. I was diving at a depth of about 100-feet when I saw some debris on the ocean floor. As I swam past, a flash of color caught my eye, and - as I slowly approached the can - this little fish drifted into the ‘doorway’ of his aluminum home. Diving in this place was like swimming through the pages of a storybook, filled with a fascinating cast of characters. To learn more about my underwater adventures, and to see more of my photography, follow me - @BrianSkerry - on Instagram. #yellow #gobi #pollution #trash #oceanography #oceans #pollution #fish #cute #animals #conservation #photooftheday #protect #oceans #cuteanimal #travelphoto #instagood #followme #onassignment
from Suruga
Looks like Pat Neshek’s son doesn’t want any more siblings
#Repost @wildlives ・・・ Crow shares bread with a juvenile rat... 💓🐀 more compassion than a lot of humans (From @thealphafemale_ @shesscarlett)
Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) Underground inside G4 ice cave, in Switzerland. Mountain regions respond sensitively to climate change. Taking advantage of Alpine caves, a team of scientists led by Swiss Paleoclimatologist Dr. Marc Luetscher from the Swiss Institute for Speleology and Karst Studies (SISKA), is working to understand how permafrost has evolved through time. Ice caves form through a combination of snow intrusion and/or congelation of water infiltrating a karst system. Often up to several centuries old, the climate record of this ice remains largely under-studied. Today we are also able to tell if a cave was an ice cave in the past. This is achieved by looking for cryogenic cave calcites. These form when water enters a cave, and freezes and turns to ice. In this process, the water becomes progressively enriched in ions to the point that it becomes super-saturated and precipitates calcite. @natgeocreative