Aluna the Kirk’s Dik-Dik Antelope
Aluna is a newborn Kirk’s Dik-dik antelope at the Chester Zoo, and is just a few centimeters tall. The zoo’s curator takes care of and bottle-feeds Aluna at home and at the office, because she failed to bond with her mother. Aluna’s name means “come here” in Swahili; she was given that name because she runs around so much. Dik-diks are native to Kenya, Tanzania, and Namibia. They reach a maximum size of just 40 cm tall and are one of the smallest antelope species in the world.
So basically the British spent months tunnelling a sap under the German trench, and the Germans knew they were coming, but they didn’t know when.
On the 30th June someone from communications phoned the sap saying “Best of luck for tomorrow morning!!”
You had ONE JOB.
If you ever feel like you’ve failed in life, just take comfort in the knowledge that you didn’t fail this hard
petition for hank green to write a song entitled ‘benedict cumberbatch’ in which he lists all of the names we can give benedict cumberbatch and still understand that it’s benedict cumberbatch
make hank green find the thing