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lazyyogi:

hopeydopey526:

A Koala reflecting on his sins, his triumphs, and the inevitability of death.

i’m kvelling 

This actually strikes me as incredibly profound. And adorable. 

Like, this is something you can really do while casually eating an apple. 

minusjournal:

From Galloway Wild Foods

minusjournal:

From Galloway Wild Foods

mycatisdeadandalive:

sasaq:

(via tomoka.s @mochim2323 | Instagram)

O_________________Oomg

Source: sasaq Via: crimson-twinkie

Man my posts have been lacking, I need to follow new blogs. Any suggestions for fitness ?

afearlessthreshold:

I don’t even remember where I found this gif, but it’s fucking hilarious

afearlessthreshold:

I don’t even remember where I found this gif, but it’s fucking hilarious

elinka:

Standing Proud
by InLightImagery

elinka:

Standing Proud

by InLightImagery

4gifs:

They see me rollin. [video]

4gifs:

They see me rollin. [video]

A bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives roses. —Chinese Proverb  (via nisargam)
treblemirinlens:

doctorflowers:

owlrocket

NYOOM

treblemirinlens:

doctorflowers:

owlrocket

NYOOM

Source: humortrain Via: iguanamouth
iguanamouth:

m1ndkn1ght:

for iguanamouth:
i hope that cool skateboard lizards is still a thing and would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that crocodilians & co. are reptiles

it Absolutely is still a thing

iguanamouth:

m1ndkn1ght:

for iguanamouth:

i hope that cool skateboard lizards is still a thing and would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that crocodilians & co. are reptiles

it Absolutely is still a thing

Source: m1ndkn1ght Via: iguanamouth
ahealthblog:

vitamin B3 could help with depression

ahealthblog:

vitamin B3 could help with depression

iguanamouth:

hey heres a cool bug

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its called the spiny flower mantis - a variety of flower mantis that lives in sub-saharan africa, and grows up around 4-5 inches in length

like most mantids they go through several stages, changing their appearance gradually with each molt - from the black bodies of the newly hatched, to the thorny raised abdomen of the nymph below

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until finally arriving at adulthood, where the both the females (which are slightly larger) and males feed off of moths and other insects that cant distinguish them from the flowers and foliage they live near and get their name from

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but the real thing i wanna mention is their defense mechanism - when these insects are startled, they flare up their absolutely gorgeous wingspots in an attempt to scare off whatever dumb thing tried to eat this cactus bugimage

apparently the reaction depends on the temperment of the individual insect - breeders have reported that some of them are pretty calm, but others flash the spots at every little motion that freaks em out. i probably would too if i had giant eyes painted on my back and everything was a thousand goddamn times larger than i was

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just a pretty damn cool bug overall