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Apr 6

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Mar 29

whitegenocide:

my everything

Baby bat gets the hiccups.

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Mar 26
tank-commander:

Cuvier’s beaked whales shatter breath-hold diving records. 

A new paper published today by researchers from Cascadia and collaborators documents Cuvier’s beaked whales diving as deep as 2,992 m and for as long as 137.5 minutes, both new mammalian records. 

tank-commander:

Cuvier’s beaked whales shatter breath-hold diving records.

A new paper published today by researchers from Cascadia and collaborators documents Cuvier’s beaked whales diving as deep as 2,992 m and for as long as 137.5 minutes, both new mammalian records. 


Mar 16

Joey here is a West Highland terrier and he did something not many of his breed have done before, he mated with a Rottweiler to create adorable little ‘Wotties’ puppies.
(via West Highland Terrier and Rottweiler Create ‘Wotties’ Puppies)


Feb 28

chimaeracabra:

lunar-lavender:

persephonehazard:

big puffy gorgeous ridiculous like what the fuck are you

It’s a manul, aka Pallas cat, aka wild lumploaf and they are basically the best and most ridiculous big puffy gorgeous ridiculouses in the world.

So that’s the breed I’m getting when I make my cat collection in a few years.


Feb 25

Dec 18

Oct 28, 2013:- A James Cook University-National Geographic expedition to Cape York Peninsula in north-east Australia has found three vertebrate species new to science and isolated for millions of years—a bizarre looking Cape Melville Leaf-tailed Gecko, a golden-coloured Cape Melville Shade Skink and a boulder-dwelling flotched Boulder-frog.

Clickthrough for more info on these cool little dudes!


Jul 15
bleedgold:

Four new species of chameleons were recently discovered in Madagascar, the smallest of which can fit on a match head. 

bleedgold:

Four new species of chameleons were recently discovered in Madagascar, the smallest of which can fit on a match head. 

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Jun 17

underthevastblueseas:

The Red Gurnard or Chelidonichthys spinosus is just one of the over 100 different species of Sea Robins or Gurnards.  This quite peculiar salt water fish is normally found at the sea floor of the ocean in depths of up to 200 m (660 ft).  Like other Sea Robins, they have a set of wings and six spiny feet that actually allow them to walk on the ocean floor in search of food.  These wings are actually pectoral fins that they use to “fly” through the waters. 

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May 18

itsvondell:

johnthedragon:

d-dinosaur:

Look at this cute fucking thing.

I want twenty of them.

OMFG BABY

oh wow that’s SO cool i’ve never seen one of these before

Mantidfly! Mimics a wasp and has the front end of a praying mantis!

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