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Doodle Time by Sarah Anderson [tumblr | twitter | facebook]

ME

thefrogman:

Doodle Time by Sarah Anderson [tumblr | twitter | facebook]

ME

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buzzfeed:

Living a comfortable middle class lifestyle is so hard. 

These are funny to me.

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moshita:

Need all on pillows basically immediately.

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BAJAU LAUT: LAST OF THE SEA NOMADS

the bajau laut are some of the world’s last true sea normads, living as they have for centuries almost entirely in the waters of the coral triangle (“the amazon of the seas”) on long boats known as lepa lepa.

hunters of fish, pearls and sea cucumbers, the bajau people free dive to depths of 20 meters, hold their breath for up to three minutes, and spend up to 60% of their time in the water submerged - the equivalent of a sea otter.  it is a common practice amongst bajau people to intentionally burst their ear drums at an early age to deal with the problem of equalizing.

as photographer james morgan explains, “traditional bajau cosmology - a syncretism of animism and islam - reveals a complex relationship with the ocean, which for them is a multifarious and living entity. there are spirits in currents and tides, in coral reefs and mangroves.” the bajau people, for example, will not spit in the ocean.

in the last few decades, increasingly depleted fish stocks and government efforts have forced many to settle permanently on land and abandon a life of self sufficiency known as cari laut, or ‘searching the ocean’. a dwindling few, however, still choose to live the majority of their lives at sea.

Amazing

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I’m laughing way too hard at this.

I’m laughing way too hard at this.

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odditiesoflife:

Abandoned Places Everywhere

From around the world, some of the most beautiful and enchanting abandoned locations:

  • Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, US
  • The Kerry Way Walking Path, Ireland
  • Craco, Italy
  • Blade Mill, France
  • Czestochowa Train Depot, Poland
  • North Brother Island, New York, US
  • Bodiam Castle, East Sussex, England
  • 19th Century Mill, Sorrento, Italy

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pisshivers:

CUTTLEFISH ARE ACTUALLY THE TIGHTEST ANIMALS ON EARTH I SWEAR

I’d refuse to blend in, too. That room is ugly as fuck.

This is fucking fascinating. Nature, bitches.

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nevver:

More things to do with books, other than read them.

Woah

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bakerstreetbat:

minami-michaelis:

marapetsrules:

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thedailyfeed:

Ever wonder how dinosaurs got it on? These bizarre scientific scenes — by an illustrator who worked with Halstead — imagine how the 30-ton prehistoric behemoths had sex.

I’m sorry, but why? Who does this?

These people are perverts, they really put a lot of thought into the faces.

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Yo, the lady brontosaurus is UNIMPRESSED.

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i just reblogged dinosaur porn, congratz this blog is finally complete

i´m done with this site

so that’s why the sea is salty

There’re two kinds of people in the world……

I’ve reached the end of the Internet

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qveer:

literal  “L. O. L.”

Ahahahahahaha!!

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fuckyeahfelines:

This is Cacoa.  She can detect my seizures, helps me through my anxiety attacks, and helps me sleep.  She’s even woken me up when I’m having one of my flashbacks/night terrors (I have PTSD).  I never trained her to do this. 

One of her quirks is her love of boxes.  I was in the ER due to severe nausea and abdominal pain and they gave me this vomit bucket that I didn’t use.  Since they were going to have to throw it away because I touched I decided to bring it home.  We’ve had the bucket for two years now.  If it goes missing Cacoa freaks out while searching for it.  It’s her favorite box ever.

BABY!!!!

This is one of the sweetest things I’ve ever seen ever I can’t even

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armstrong-lee-hetfield-turner:

THIS IS THE BEST GIFSET I’VE EVER SEEN

THE FUCK IS YOU?? i died.

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lickystickypickyshe:

Technically the vampire squid is named the vampire squid from Hell (Vampyroteuthis infernalis) so maybe it’s fitting that they’re dwellers of the deepest oceans. It is an odd little creature in that it’s the only surviving member of its family which hold traits from both squid and octopi and thus it isn’t really either. Apparently they get their name because they have red eyes and, depending on the lighting, either a black or red “cloak” between their tentacles. The bony spines in each tentacle (visible as the white dots above) probably help some too.

All the cool things about vampire squid are also related to the deeps they live in. Their blood for example is literally blue and much more capable of transmitting oxygen than our weak, red blood. Their blood is the most likely reason for them being able to not only survive but thrive in the hostile, oxygen poor conditions of the deep ocean. If they are threatened, instead of ink they spray a bio-luminescent mucus that makes the attacker literally see stars in the eternal darkness down there. And, to be perfectly honest, the squid themselves are bio-luminescent, their bodies emitting weak, bluish light in strips from head to toe.

The Vampire squid first appeared before dinosaurs, about 300 million years ago. It has not gone through many changes during that time and is considered a living fossil.

In order to protect itself from predators in the deep sea, the Vampire squid is able to turn itself inside out and give off a spiny appearance

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