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I’m back! I’m back! And I’m back with this little Karezi thing I drew today! I’m sorry this took so long and I’m sorry I disappeared from this fandom for a while omg
Requests are open again from today!
boys moaning is basically the hottest thing a guy can do besides give you neck kisses
I’ve met a lot of boys that think its not a manly thing to do to to moan. Shut up its the hottest fucking thing ever. Tell me I’m doing a good job.
Do you ever just really want to kiss someone and all you can think about is kissing them and their lips and their tongue and the little noises they make and kissing their neck and collarbones and biting their lips and god you just CAN’T STOP THINKING ABOUT KISSING
Ah yes finally finished
what a beautiful boy
reblogging again because i’m too proud of this.
Extinct Subspecies of Tiger
1. Bali Tiger (Panthera Tigris Balica)
These tigers were the smallest tiger subspecies - comparable with that of a leopard or cougar. The tiger was found solely on the small Indonesian island of Bali. The last known Bali tiger was female, shot at Sumbar Kima, West Bali, on September 27, 1937 although it is widely accepted that a few tigers survived in the 1940’s and possibly 1950’s.
Weight: 65-80kg (Female), 90-100kg (Male)
Length: 195-200cm (Female), 220cm (Male)
Appearance: short fur that was a deeper, darker orange and had fewer stripes compared to that of other tiger subspecies.
Life Span: 8-10 years
Reason for extinction: habitat loss and hunting. The only known predators of Bali tigers were humans.
2. Caspian Tiger (Panthera Tigris Virgata)
Also known as the Hyrcanian tiger, the Mazandaran tiger and the Turanian tiger was recorded in the wild until the early 1970’s. Caspian tigers occupied sparse forest habitats and riverine corridors west and south of the Caspian Sea - from Turkey, Iran and east through Central Asia into the Takla Makan desert of Xingjiang, China. They were also formerly found in Chinese and Russian Turkestan, Afghanistan, Iran and Turkey.
Weight: 240kg max.
Length: 160-180cm (Females), 200-270cm (Males)
Appearance: fur was generally brighter than that of the Amur or Siberian tiger and the stripes were narrower, fuller and more closely set. The colour of stripes were a mixture of brown or cinnamon shades.
Life Span: 10-15 years
Reason for extinction: hunted with reckless abandon. Destruction of habitat - reedbeds were converted to cropland. Tigers also suffered a loss of prey due to disease, natural disasters and hunting.
3. Javan Tiger (Panthera Tigris Sondaica)
Javan tigers inhabited the Indonesian island of Java until the mid-1970’s. After 1979, there were no more confirmed sightings of Javan tigers. Occasional reports of these tigers still surface from enthusiasts who believe the tiger still exists in Java. The most recent in 2010. Javan tigers were also very small compared to other subspecies, but not as small as the Bali.
Weight: 75-115kg (Females), 100-140kg (Males)
Length: 200-245cm (Males)
Appearance: long and thin stripes which were slightly more numerous than of the Sumatran tiger. Their nose was long and narrow and their carnassial teeth relatively long.
Life Span: Nothing is known about their life span in the wild of in captivity.
Reason for extinction: Over population of humans and the demand of rice lead to habitat loss and as a result a loss of prey. In 1938, natural forest covered 23% of the island. By 1975, it only covered 8%. During 1965, armed groups retreated to reserves where they killed the remaining tigers.