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(1) Bucks, Dinosaur, Vikings, Tiger Logos by Dalius Stuoka - Skillshare

Bucks, Dinosaur, Vikings, Tiger Logos by Dalius Stuoka - Skillshare

(1) Bucks, Dinosaur, Vikings, Tiger Logos by Dalius Stuoka - Skillshare

Bucks, Dinosaur, Vikings, Tiger Logos by Dalius Stuoka - Skillshare

I love these cute (and warm) fleece hats. And there's a video tutorial

Free Fleece Animal Hat Patterns - Dinosaur, Cat, Bear and more

Halloween Hat Pack - free fleece animal hat patterns ♥ Fleece Fun I love these cute (and warm) fleece hats. I bet my kid would wear it not just on Halloween, but all winter long! And there's a video tutorial - just what I need.

10 Unconventional hairstyles - Looking at it, I'm proud that I've come up with nearly half of these on my own :P

Faux hawk hairstyle synonymous with men. What if women use? The Faux Hawk is a cool hairstyle. Not only men, many women who wear this hairstyle. Faux hawk is an

This episode cried me a lot especially these jonerys scenes.

The moment our hearts stopped for a while

This free fleece hat pattern started my Halloween hat pack tradition! This super pack of patterns features, a Dragon/dinosaur, viking, cat, bear, pumpkin and apple! a sweet video tutorial walks you through how to make each hat. This is a great project for... #adultpattern #babypattern #childpattern

Free Fleece Animal Hat Patterns - Dinosaur, Cat, Bear and more

Halloween Hat Pack - free fleece hat pattern of Dinosaur Cat Bear ♥ Fleece Fun

Mars Volcano, Earth’s Dinosaurs Went Extinct About the Same Time. This digital-image mosaic of Mars' Tharsis plateau shows the extinct volcano Arsia Mons. It was assembled from images that the Viking 1 Orbiter took during its 1976-1980 working life at Mars. Credits: NASA/JPL/USGS

Mars Volcano, Earth’s Dinosaurs Went Extinct About the Same Time

New NASA research reveals that the giant Martian shield volcano Arsia Mons produced one new lava flow at its summit every 1 to 3 million years during the final peak of activity.

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