Oh, well hai, i guess.
It seems this is the beginning of something either supercool or ultra scrollable.
We’ll see.

I am @natasakilibarda and this is Luffy named by Monkey D. Luffy and if this came straight to you — cheers mate, anime aficionado!

So, Luffy is a border collie, (un)famously known as the most intelligent breed in the face of the planet Earth.

He is junkie for some heavy fetching, intelligent games and commands, herding-like running, investigating surroundings and finding his toys by smell and color. Summa summarum, Luffy could be a goddamn marine if you ask me.

This is not a little known fact: dogs are some kind of colorblind creatures like many humans with XY chromosome. To be precise, dogs and near 8% of all men suffer from red-green color blindness.
Their vision of the world in not, as commonly misconception tells us, black and white, but rather gray-white-blue-yellowish.

So, my yellow skirt to Luffy is what it is — a posh yellow skirt (swipe up to the second pic). Just like his new fav toy and my stupid saint halo for having work outfit during this morning game play with a dog in the dirt.

Most of dog toys and accessories are, if you take a better look, designed almost exclusively for their owners. And even though it could be quite fine for a dog to have red or patterned black-and-white bracelet or a scarf (bc it doesn’t distract him or her much), but when it comes to toys, red ball in green grass would be quite a bummer for a dog to find.

But don’t feel sorry for your dog: he’s smell is ultra-sensitive and it goes up to detecting prostate cancer cells in urine (as European Urology Association’s study from 2011 has found) and can follow a smell map. Their little noses have been estimated to be 100 million (!) times more sensitive than yours. And on top of that cute little fact, they can hear ultrasound. boom.

Dog’s richness in sensory world is some hard superhero material.
ttyl,
nikka
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oh, well hai, i guess. it seems this is the beginning of something either supercool or ultra scrollable. we’ll see. i am @natasakilibarda and this is Luffy named by Monkey D. Luffy and if this came straight to you — cheers mate, anime aficionado! – so, Luffy is a border collie, (un)famously known as the most intelligent breed in the face of the planet Earth. he is junkie for some heavy fetching, intelligent games and commands, herding-like running, investigating surroundings and finding his toys by smell and color. Summa summarum, Luffy could be a goddamn marine if you ask me. – This is not a little known fact: dogs are some kind of colorblind creatures like many humans with XY chromosome. To be precise, dogs and near 8% of all men suffer from red-green color blindness. Their vision of the world in not, as commonly misconception tells us, black and white, but rather gray-white-blue-yellowish. – So, my yellow skirt to Luffy is what it is — a posh yellow skirt (swipe up to the second pic). Just like his new fav toy and my stupid saint halo for having work outfit during this morning game play with a dog in the dirt. – Most of dog toys and accessories are, if you take a better look, designed almost exclusively for their owners. And even though it could be quite fine for a dog to have red or patterned black-and-white bracelet or a scarf (bc it doesn’t distract him or her much), but when it comes to toys, red ball in green grass would be quite a bummer for a dog to find. – But don’t feel sorry for your dog: he’s smell is ultra-sensitive and it goes up to detecting prostate cancer cells in urine (as European Urology Association’s study from 2011 has found) and can follow a smell map. Their little noses have been estimated to be 100 million (!) times more sensitive than yours. And on top of that cute little fact, they can hear ultrasound. boom. dog’s richness in sensory world is some hard superhero material. ttyl, nikka 🧠 . . . . . . . . . . . #popscience #instascience #funfacts #facts #brainfarts #sciencefashion #neuronenvogue

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