alternative-pokemon-art:

alternative-pokemon-art:

HERE YOU GO AMERICANS, BAGGED MILK FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE

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woodelf68:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

Kelpie. Or possibly a Pooka. Do not trust horses who show up in the middle of nowhere and seem to want to give you a ride.

woodelf68:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

Kelpie. Or possibly a Pooka. Do not trust horses who show up in the middle of nowhere and seem to want to give you a ride.

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missmollyetc:

kevinjonas: new dad fun

For my Canadians

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colchrishadfield:

It’s the International Day of Human Space Flight, 53 yrs since Gagarin launched. Earthling’s song, to celebrate.

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ancientpeoples:

Chlorite vase 

Inscribed with Cypro-Minoan script or very early Phoenician. This was early script on Cyprus island. 

Bronze Age, 12th century BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

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fezwhatfez:

thequietpagan:

bywandandsword:

Fucking shit

This is simultaneously cool-looking and absolutely terrifying.

i was like, ohhhh what adorable little - AHHHHHH NO

fezwhatfez:

thequietpagan:

bywandandsword:

Fucking shit

This is simultaneously cool-looking and absolutely terrifying.

i was like, ohhhh what adorable little - AHHHHHH NO

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colchrishadfield:

Today’s the perfect day for space/astronaut-themed music. Do you have a favorite? Here’s one.

Blast from the past - LOVED this show when I was a kid!

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ooblium:

DEEP SEA JELLIES

  1. Multifunctional tube feet are able to attach to surfaces using suction, slowly move the animal over the seabed, pull apart the closed shells of prey to get at the soft tissues inside, and pass morsels of food to the mouth (Asterias rubens).
  2. Bolinopsis infudibuliformis—this species of comb jelly, reaching up to 15 cm (6 in.) in length, has four long and four short comb plates.  It is extremely fragile and individuals almost always tear and break up when handled.
  3. Phacellophora camtschatica
  4. A sea cucumber releasing its Cuvierian tubules to defend itself (Holothuria pervicax).
  5. Unlike most comb jellies that catch their prey by using muscles to suck in water, Thalassocalyce simply allows the prey (usually small crustaceans) to swim inside its bell where they stick to the mucus covered lining.  The bell then snaps shut and the prey is digested.
  6. A jellyfish (Bougainvillia superciliaris) with a hitchhiking amphipod (Hyperia galba).
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renlyslittlerose:

 Transcribing some old interviews for my work, and the man being interviewed was born some time in what I assume around 1906 or 1907, and he’s discussing old Calgary and buying a bunch of coloured glass slides from Germany to take coloured photos with, and it’s just really cool to hear someone who has long since passed away discuss how much things have changed.

 Like, he rode a horse to his work every day.

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