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    Maybe my 11-month old baby thinks she’s an elephant! 😂 Thankfully she throws herself on the floor.. not in the mud.
    She has started having her mini tantrums these past weeks. When she hears no, when she’s taken away from something she wants, when food is over, when food isn’t fast enough, when her baby falls out it’s pushchair. Whatever makes her sad, she has a tantrum about. I thought this started at 2??! 😫
    My natural reaction is just to tell her no, she can’t.. and hope the tantrum passes quickly. Or to try and distract her with something else which sometimes she just throws at me.
    However, I am trying to always remain calm and explain why I’m not letting her have whatever she wants (despite her not exactly understanding that!) How do you deal with baby tantrums?!? #firsttimemom #mummy #baby #11monthsold #tantrums #babytantrums #babygirl #parenting #ihavenoidea #firsttime #firsttimeparents #elephants #nature #wildlife #animals #wereallanimals

    Maybe my 11-month old baby thinks she’s an elephant! 😂 Thankfully she throws herself on the floor.. not in the mud. 
She has started having her mini tantrums these past weeks. When she hears no, when she’s taken away from something she wants, when food is over, when food isn’t fast enough, when her baby falls out it’s pushchair. Whatever makes her sad, she has a tantrum about. I thought this started at 2??! 😫 
My natural reaction is just to tell her no, she can’t.. and hope the tantrum passes quickly. Or to try and distract her with something else which sometimes she just throws at me. 
However, I am trying to always remain calm and explain why I’m not letting her have whatever she wants (despite her not exactly understanding that!) How do you deal with baby tantrums?!? #firsttimemom #mummy #baby #11monthsold #tantrums #babytantrums #babygirl #parenting #ihavenoidea #firsttime #firsttimeparents #elephants #nature #wildlife #animals #wereallanimals
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    from nature_org
    A wild coastal brown bear at Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. Unpredictable and often impulsive, brown bears have been consistently characterized as dangerous. The danger of attack, however, is greatly exaggerated, as brown bears typically avoid human contact whenever possible. Their reputation as livestock predators is also inflated and has led to the persecution of target populations. Although threatened by habitat loss, global populations are not in immediate danger. — Photo by Stuart Clark

    #bear #brownbear #alaska #wildlife #portrait

    from nature_org
A wild coastal brown bear at Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. Unpredictable and often impulsive, brown bears have been consistently characterized as dangerous. The danger of attack, however, is greatly exaggerated, as brown bears typically avoid human contact whenever possible. Their reputation as livestock predators is also inflated and has led to the persecution of target populations. Although threatened by habitat loss, global populations are not in immediate danger. — Photo by Stuart Clark

#bear #brownbear #alaska #wildlife #portrait
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    It is commonly known that birds depend on cues from nature to lead their lives. However, considering the drastic changes in the climate patterns, those cues are getting widely scattered and birds are getting confused — with potentially dangerous consequences.

    It is commonly known that birds depend on cues from nature to lead their lives. However, considering the drastic changes in the climate patterns, those cues are getting widely scattered and birds are getting confused — with potentially dangerous consequences.
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    This coming spring don’t be surprised if birds either arrive too early or too late or even don’t arrive at all. This can happen because bird migration patterns are getting really wrecked by climate change…

    This coming spring don’t be surprised if birds either arrive too early or too late or even don’t arrive at all. This can happen because bird migration patterns are getting really wrecked by climate change…
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