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“Has anyone seen my razor?”
(Photo of Mitik, a 15-week-old, 234-pound orphaned baby walrus, who is soon to take up residence at the New York Aquarium in Coney Island, Brooklyn, by the Alaska Sea Life Center via The New York Times)

An orphaned baby walrus that you really need to meet today. 

Baby walrus Mitik is coming this week to New York Aquarium in Coney Island. 

nycedc:

thedailyfeed:

inothernews:

“Has anyone seen my razor?”

(Photo of Mitik, a 15-week-old, 234-pound orphaned baby walrus, who is soon to take up residence at the New York Aquarium in Coney Island, Brooklyn, by the Alaska Sea Life Center via The New York Times)

An orphaned baby walrus that you really need to meet today. 

Baby walrus Mitik is coming this week to New York Aquarium in Coney Island. 

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Scary or “scary”? Exercise during pregnancy (/anytime) is a good thing. 
thedailyfeed:

A scary fitness craze is brewing: pregnant women, intent on maintaining fit physiques or making post-pregnancy weight loss easier, are exercising excessively during gestation.

Monica Merino, a 36-year-old Avon projects manager in New York City, found out she was pregnant in March 2010 — the same day she completed an 85-mile bike ride. Aghast at the idea of cutting back her 18 to 20 weekly hours of exercise, she lugged her growing belly through grueling preparations — including nine road races — for several triathlons and the New York City Marathon.
 “I didn’t know what to do with myself,” she told The Daily. “It was an exciting time, but the last thing I wanted to do was stop working out.”

Scary or “scary”? Exercise during pregnancy (/anytime) is a good thing. 

thedailyfeed:

A scary fitness craze is brewing: pregnant women, intent on maintaining fit physiques or making post-pregnancy weight loss easier, are exercising excessively during gestation.

Monica Merino, a 36-year-old Avon projects manager in New York City, found out she was pregnant in March 2010 — the same day she completed an 85-mile bike ride. Aghast at the idea of cutting back her 18 to 20 weekly hours of exercise, she lugged her growing belly through grueling preparations — including nine road races — for several triathlons and the New York City Marathon.

 “I didn’t know what to do with myself,” she told The Daily. “It was an exciting time, but the last thing I wanted to do was stop working out.”

(via thedailyfeed)

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