You’re waiting for a train; a train that will take you far away. You know where you hope this train will take you, but you can’t be sure. Yet it doesn’t matter - because we’ll be together. — Dom Cobb, Inception
he’s my favorite actor just because of the movie inception
so i sorta love this….
The owl and the pussycat: This picture - taken by Sheila Hassanein at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park in Devon - puts a new twist on the old nursery rhyme. It shows seven-year-old female Asiatic lion Indu and a tiny tawny owl chick which had fallen out of its nest. Paignton Zoo keeper Lucy Manning says: “The tawny owls nested in a lime tree in the lion enclosure. One day the chick just turned up on the ground. Indu peered at it for a while but then lost interest. I think it was too small to eat. We believe it got away - if she had eaten it there would have been fluff and feathers”
Picture: SHEILA HASSANEIN / SWNS. Telegraph UK
WHAT KIND OF OWL IS THAT?! I NEED IT!
it’s a tawny owl chick. that’s why it looks all fluffy because it’s feathers are not yet adult