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Wendy Bryan

From: Mornington, Victoria, Australia

I'm a nature loving, vegan, animal rights advocate from sunny Australia. I live with my husband and our dogs and cats near the beach on the glorious Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia and I'm passionate about animals and nature and living a healthy, peaceful life.

Seems appropriate to share in this caring and sharing TPO community. 😊

http://www.everydaygetsbetter.com

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https://flowartstation.com/2017/05/10/…hy-awards/

To make you smile, laugh and hopefully feel good! Stunning animals, great photography. 😊

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Hilarious Winners of the First Annual 'Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards'
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I see you." Apparently there's an African tribe whose people greet one another with those three simple words. What a lovely way of being present and saying, "I notice you". After all, it's nice to be acknowledged and be noticed by our fellow humans. It helps us feel worthwhile.

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Wonderful invention! Good for people, animals and the environment. 👍😊

https://youtu.be/0ZU3b244g5k

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Startup leaf republic knows how to create organic plates
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Bala Chandar Muruganantham
Bala Chandar Muruganantham

Organic plates is an invention! Unbelievable. We use that for past 2500 years (from the first documented year of tamil civilization) in southern India and particularly in the state of Tamilnadu. We use banana and few other tree leaves made in a shape of a plate which is easy to hold and strong enough to carry plate full of food and most importantly we don't have an R&D team as it's just a simple process to make these plates and we don't patent it because you know we use these for more than twenty centuries now. Also, we use small cups or bowls made of those leaves for semi solid food or drinks. Hope you can "invent" those too! No offence. If there is a way to add a photo here in comment, I will.

Wendy Bryan
Wendy Bryan

That's wonderful Bala. Unfortunately in many countries in the world, non sustainable plates are still used and many are made from dreadful plastics that end up in landfill and doesn't break down. Yes it's simple in your country but many countries just don't care and are causing great harm to the environment.

It's often the little things that matter most. My wildlife carer friend is nurturing this dear little baby Sugar Glider, affectionately called Honey. Honey needs feeding every four hours and so far she's doing well.

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Such an important development. Now the idea and the practice needs to spread right across the world.

http://amazyble.com/inspiring/b…rine-life/

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Beer Company Develops Edible Six-Pack Rings That Feed, Rather Than Kill, Marine Life
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Kari Manovitch
Kari Manovitch

If I could take all my family & friends, in a heartbeat!!

Christiana  Pinela
Christiana Pinela

Did he ever find a taker? What an amazing opportunity!

Christiana  Pinela
Christiana Pinela

It's about time! When will we see them in the stores, though?

The surfers at Emerald Beach, Coffs Harbour (in NSW, Australia) regularly share the sand with the local eastern grey kangaroos, and apparently the morning these photos were taken a mob of roos had hopped down to the shoreline "to wet their paws" just as this lucky surfer walked past. (Photo: ST Surf Images) (shared from Australia.com FB page)

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Wendy Bryan
Wendy Bryan

My pleasure Sam 😊👍