25th April 2014

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24th April 2014

Photo reblogged from with 1,521 notes

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24th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from with 261 notes

24th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Superior Internet Basilisk with 540 notes

reptiglo:

Boa constrictor by Jaime Culebras on Flickr.

reptiglo:

Boa constrictor by Jaime Culebras on Flickr.

Source: reptiglo

23rd April 2014

Video reblogged from Beard Fangz with 6 notes

beardfang:

"Die" by Babes (featuring Eric Wareheim) - watch more funny videos

22nd April 2014

Photoset reblogged from high fiving a million angels with 24,957 notes

Source: animeintoxication

22nd April 2014

Photo reblogged from the soul is bone with 1,853 notes

malformalady:

Swan recovering in a bath tub

malformalady:

Swan recovering in a bath tub

22nd April 2014

Photo reblogged from the soul is bone with 3,260 notes

malformalady:

Giant Amethyst geode

malformalady:

Giant Amethyst geode

22nd April 2014

Photo reblogged from The Predator Blog with 942 notes

trynottodrown:

The massively plump predator, estimated to measure at least 16 feet and weigh 1.6 tons, was captured on March 30 off King George Sound, and fitted with an internal tag in a process biologists described as groundbreaking.
But the photo atop this post, revealing the incredible girth of the shark as it was turned over for the tagging process, was released Tuesday. That sent websites scrambling to post the photo and update the story.
The female shark’s nickname: Joan of Shark.
Joan is among many sharks that are tagged as part of an alternative to culling, to let biologists know their whereabouts, in part so swimmers and surfers can be warned.
Since Joan was tagged she has been detected near Albany beaches several times, including nine times last Saturday. (Albany is in the extreme south of Western Australia, and is not in the region in which culling is occurring.)
(full story/source)

trynottodrown:

The massively plump predator, estimated to measure at least 16 feet and weigh 1.6 tons, was captured on March 30 off King George Sound, and fitted with an internal tag in a process biologists described as groundbreaking.

But the photo atop this post, revealing the incredible girth of the shark as it was turned over for the tagging process, was released Tuesday. That sent websites scrambling to post the photo and update the story.

The female shark’s nickname: Joan of Shark.

Joan is among many sharks that are tagged as part of an alternative to culling, to let biologists know their whereabouts, in part so swimmers and surfers can be warned.

Since Joan was tagged she has been detected near Albany beaches several times, including nine times last Saturday. (Albany is in the extreme south of Western Australia, and is not in the region in which culling is occurring.)

(full story/source)

Source: trynottodrown

22nd April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Fuck Yeah Aquascaping with 214 notes

fuck-yeah-aquascaping:

He fixed the right-hand side rocks :)

simonsaquascapeblog:

Evolution: Tank by Robertus Hartono

IAPCL 2013 entry

One can learn so much looking at the evolution of these amazing works…

Source: simonsaquascapeblog