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datjukebird:

condensation

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yoncevevo:

he’s cute but i’m not liking his selfie because i want him to know he ain’t shit





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brucebannrs:

How It Should Have Ended: Frozen [x]





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idontneedyourheroact:

my-fandoms-rule:

scolipede:

Like your mother and your cousin, your aunt, your sister-in-law, your grandmother and every single woman in your family.

do they all just mate with the same man or something

obviously they reproduce asexually through mitosis

idontneedyourheroact:

my-fandoms-rule:

scolipede:

Like your mother and your cousin, your aunt, your sister-in-law, your grandmother and every single woman in your family.

do they all just mate with the same man or something

obviously they reproduce asexually through mitosis





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little-miss-disney:

When pixar does the thing that makes you question if you are actually watching a children’s movie.

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thelovelyseas:

The ornate mantis shrimp, Odontodactylus scyallarus is one of the most colorful crustaceans. It is a predator that hunts other crustacaeans as well as mollusks, worms, and even fish. (Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea) by David Hall

thelovelyseas:

The ornate mantis shrimp, Odontodactylus scyallarus is one of the most colorful crustaceans. It is a predator that hunts other crustacaeans as well as mollusks, worms, and even fish. (Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea) by David Hall





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thelovelyseas:

Caribbean Reef Squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea - St. Vincent, Caribbean. The most common squid seen by scuba divers in the Caribbean. Like most cephalopods, it has the ability to change color quickly to blend in with its surroundings. Color changes also are used for communication by David Hall

thelovelyseas:

Caribbean Reef Squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea - St. Vincent, Caribbean. The most common squid seen by scuba divers in the Caribbean. Like most cephalopods, it has the ability to change color quickly to blend in with its surroundings. Color changes also are used for communication by David Hall





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thelovelyseas:

These jellyfish (Mastigias sp.) inhabit a saltwater lake, and are effectively cut off from the sea. They have lost the ability to sting, and obtain all or most of their nutrition from symbiotic algae living within their tissues. (Palau, Micronesia) by David Hall





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freedomforwhales:

"When I look into the eyes of an animal, I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul."—-A.D. Williams

freedomforwhales:

"When I look into the eyes of an animal, I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul."—-A.D. Williams





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cutie pie joonie

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puffymind:

feyuca:

my voice is so cutesy why

I am what I hate most in the world 

my voice and my face





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Favorite Pottermore Artwork so far

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