Wild Hearts Can't be Broken

“I am sad and have a passion for unknown, distant places. I want to see the world. And I would love it, if I just had the chance to get away for a little while. But sadly, things aren’t that easy; desire won’t change a thing.”

—   Abraham M. Alghanem, A Dying Flower (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

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“All you need is a twenty in your pocket and a bus ticket. All you need is someone on the other end of the map, thinking about the supple curves of your body, to guide you to a home that stretches out for miles and miles on end.”

—   “Here’s What Our Parents Never Taught Us,” Shinji Moon   (via agentlemenscoup)

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Meet my cute little hamster Wilbur

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Meet my cute little hamster Wilbur

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Evil Geeks Women’s History Month Warriors: Louis Leakey’s Women

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Evil Geeks Women’s History Month Warriors: Louis Leakey’s Women

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Today I travel away from the realm of science fiction and fantasy and bring you some real life women warriors. Women at the top of their field that have changed the world. Today is also a three for one, as I am bringing you the three women chosen by Louis Leakey to study the great apes, also known as the “Trimates”. They are none other than Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Birute Galdikas.

Jane Goodall at Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania. Photo: Hugo Van Lawick.

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m-uir:

Leakey’s Angels is a relatively recent name given to three women sent by archaeologist Louis Leakey to study primates in their natural environments. The three are Birutė Galdikas, Jane Goodall, and Dian Fossey. They studied orangutans, chimpanzees, and gorillas respectively.

m-uir:

Leakey’s Angels is a relatively recent name given to three women sent by archaeologist Louis Leakey to study primates in their natural environments. The three are Birutė Galdikas, Jane Goodall, and Dian Fossey. They studied orangutans, chimpanzees, and gorillas respectively.

cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

“The greatest danger to our future is apathy.” -  Jane Goodall

cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

“The greatest danger to our future is apathy.” -  Jane Goodall

laclaes:

Jane Goodall, in her element.

laclaes:

Jane Goodall, in her element.