WTF THEY HAVE SQUALENE IN THEM

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daddieskittencream:

m-ooonn:

she sat in the water for like an hour, just staring at the water peacefully

apologizing in advance again… ‘dogfish’

daddieskittencream:

m-ooonn:

she sat in the water for like an hour, just staring at the water peacefully

apologizing in advance again… ‘dogfish’

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worldofthecutestcuties:

My mom got a new puppy. Meet Melvin!

worldofthecutestcuties:

My mom got a new puppy. Meet Melvin!

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creatures-alive:

Green hawaiian anole by Jarrod Lopiccolo

creatures-alive:

Green hawaiian anole by Jarrod Lopiccolo

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This is truly my lowest moment.

Guess who’s drunk on a Monday night?

Guess who’s drunk on a Monday night?

"Romeo can’t really be blamed for Ophelia’s death."

Senior English major on a Shakespeare final. (via minininny)

WELL THEY’RE NOT WRONG

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cool-critters:

Moonrat (Echinosorex gymnura)

Moonrats inhabit most jungle terrain in southern Myanmar, Peninsular Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra. Although they are closely related to the short-tailed gymnure and to the hedgehog, full grown specimens more closely resemble large rats, with which they share similar habits and ecological niches. Moonrats are nocturnal and terrestrial, lying up under logs, roots or in abandoned burrows during the day. They inhabit moist forests including mangrove and swamp forests and often enter water. They feed on earthworms and various small animals, mostly arthropods. Moonrats release strong odours with a strong ammonia content to mark the edges of their territories and warn other moonrats to stay away with threatening hisses also to ward off predators. Adults live alone.

photo credits: postersguide, Konstans Brunnenkarlshuker.blogspot.com

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huffingtonpost:

This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

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