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doodleofboredom:

He knows if you are sleeping
He knows if you’re awake
He knows when the park system’s down
Hold onto your butts for goodness sake

doodleofboredom:

He knows if you are sleeping

He knows if you’re awake

He knows when the park system’s down

Hold onto your butts for goodness sake

(via fuckyeahdinoart)

wonderous-world:

The red-eyed tree frog is common in rain forests in Central America, and has extremely distinctive red eyes with vertically narrowed pupils. It has a vibrant green body with yellow and blue vertically striped sides. Its webbed feet and toes are orange or yellow, and it has three eyelids. Red-eyed tree frogs, despite their conspicuous coloration, are not venomous. They aren’t endangered but their rain forest habitat is shrinking at an alarming rate. Photos by Nicolas Reusens.

(Source: Daily Mail, via cutthroatcorsair)

prehistoric-birds:

Pelagornis chilensis (by danielmartinezpina)
Those aren’t teeth, they’re sharp beak projections, hence the colloquial name “pseudotooth bird”. Not that you’d want to mess with one of these twenty-foot-wingspan prehistoric murdergulls either way. 


Shared for the phrase “murder gulls”.

prehistoric-birds:

Pelagornis chilensis (by danielmartinezpina)

Those aren’t teeth, they’re sharp beak projections, hence the colloquial name “pseudotooth bird”. Not that you’d want to mess with one of these twenty-foot-wingspan prehistoric murdergulls either way. 

Shared for the phrase “murder gulls”.

(via scientificillustration)

archatlas:

History Images Sze Tsung Leong

The photographs in the series History Images are of histories, in the form of cities in China, either being destroyed or created at this juncture in time. They are of past histories, in the form of traditional buildings and neighborhoods, urban fabrics, and natural landscapes, in the process of being erased. They are of the absence of histories, in the form of construction sites, built upon an erasure of the past so complete that one would never know a past had ever existed. And they are of the anticipation of future histories, yet to unfold, in the form of newly built cities. 

(via franklinmarshall)

Awesome new book is pretty awesome.

Awesome new book is pretty awesome.

livingthescilife:

.@beatricebiology joins us to talk about comics, biology, & more on ep 171 - Beatrice Walks The Plank!View Post

livingthescilife:

.@beatricebiology joins us to talk about comics, biology, & more on ep 171 - Beatrice Walks The Plank!

View Post