Tuesday, September 23, 2014
fat-birds:

tree swallows by Brett NJ on Flickr.
OH MY GOD

fat-birds:

tree swallows by Brett NJ on Flickr.

OH MY GOD

Monday, September 22, 2014

becausebirds:

Fluffy, running Sanderlings!

source video

(Source: yumemi-design)

coelasquid:

captainglazak:

The things this man has heard.

I love Raiden.

I love Kojima.

I love Shinkawa.

(Source: jordanong)

newbatteriesforyourhalo:

elizabeth—avenged:

zooophagous:

Oh Jesus Christ

The noise!

(Source: cutebrows)

monsieurpaprika:

colony-drop:

somethingraptored:

princeyuya:

ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS DID TTHEY SERIOUSLY JUST DO THIS IN YUGIOH

I LITERALLY JSUT TOOK THIS FROM YUGIOH

THIS IS UNEDITTED

THIS IS RAW YUGIOH DUBBED GOODNESS OF EPISDOE

Yup yup.

No matter what

Literally nothing more perfect than ygo

PEOPLE ARE DOUBTING THIS WAS REAL BUT I SWEAR TO YOU I SWEAR ON MY FUCKING LIFE THAT THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENED YOU CAN ASK ANY 10 YEAR OLD AT THE TIME OH M G IT WAS AN AMV BEFORE AMVS WERE A THING

(Source: aonoexorcist)

shoriani:

"Can’t you see I’m having a moment here? NOW GET OUT."

rhamphotheca:

Toxic Toupee:  Explaining the Nation’s Most Toxic Caterpillar
by Carrie Arnold
No warm and fuzzy here—a possible boom in a highly toxic but irresistibly touchable caterpillar is sending people in the eastern U.S. to the hospital.
Young children from Florida to North Carolina are reporting excruciating pain after coming into contact with the most venomous caterpillar in the U.S., the furry puss caterpillar aka "asp" , the larva of the Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis), according to news reports. Some have petted the insect; others have been injured when the caterpillars fell onto them from trees.
The puss caterpillar got its name because it resembles a cuddly house cat, said University of Florida entomologist Don Hall. While these insects may look soft, their outer comb-over (which some have compared to a toupee) hides small, extremely toxic spines that stick in your skin…
(read more: National Geographic)
photos: George Grail, National Geo
(Also see “Scat-Firing Caterpillars Elude Predators.”)

rhamphotheca:

Toxic Toupee:  Explaining the Nation’s Most Toxic Caterpillar

by Carrie Arnold

No warm and fuzzy here—a possible boom in a highly toxic but irresistibly touchable caterpillar is sending people in the eastern U.S. to the hospital.

Young children from Florida to North Carolina are reporting excruciating pain after coming into contact with the most venomous caterpillar in the U.S., the furry puss caterpillar aka "asp" , the larva of the Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis), according to news reports. Some have petted the insect; others have been injured when the caterpillars fell onto them from trees.

The puss caterpillar got its name because it resembles a cuddly house cat, said University of Florida entomologist Don Hall. While these insects may look soft, their outer comb-over (which some have compared to a toupee) hides small, extremely toxic spines that stick in your skin…

(read more: National Geographic)

photos: George Grail, National Geo

(Also see “Scat-Firing Caterpillars Elude Predators.”)

vinebox:

Watching Pokémon on Saturday mornings as a kid

(Source: vinebox)

gaypee:

forgive and forget?? haha no resent and remember

orchid-breath:

OH MY GOD

(Source: hootbird)

Saturday, September 20, 2014

lookatthisbabybird:

Cygnet rescue - Simon beaten up by an angry swan

Swans are very protective parents. The male swan, called the ‘cob’, can be very aggressive in order to protect his young.
Earlier this year, Simon went out to rescue a cygnet that was stuck in a fence, near the River Thames. He had to face a very angry cob that wouldn’t let anybody near his poor baby.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

thepredatorblog:

phannntasia:

balenaproductions:

alexandertheswell:

I LOVE SHARKS!!!!!!!!

I lost it at 0:21

I was looking for this

literally me