greylynn420:

kool a.d best rapper in the world 

Fun fact, some pods of dolphins have been observed murdering smaller or different breeds of dolphins for fun.

greylynn420:

kool a.d best rapper in the world 

Fun fact, some pods of dolphins have been observed murdering smaller or different breeds of dolphins for fun.

do you have any tips on getting rid of grave wax? i macerated a raccoon and the bones are covered in hard white powderyish stuff :/

shadyufo:

Hot soapy water and a toothbrush or other scrubby brush should do the trick! A lot of the time it’ll go away on its own during degreasing. :)

asylum-art:

Street Artists Cover Mexican Island In Murals To Help Save Sharks And Manta Rays - PangeaSeed

In collaboration with 1xRUN, Residencia Gorila, World Art Destinations and Juxtapoz Latin America, PangeaSeed are pleased to share with you the results of “Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans – Mexico Expedition”. The week-long mural festival resulted in 14 amazing large scale ocean-themed murals on the island of Isla Mujeres, Mexico.

Our goal was to raise awareness for the conservation of the ocean and greatly needed protection for the whale sharks and manta rays off the Yucatan peninsula, by means of art and creativity.

For this pioneering project, we collaborated with a select group of internationally acclaimed contemporary artists who were given the opportunity to swim with and study whale sharks and oceanic manta rays and experience these majestic giants in their natural environment. Both of these iconic ocean animals are listed as species threatened with extinction on the IUCN Red List of Endangered Species.

Inspired by their personal animal encounters, the artists created the murals to help educate and raise greatly needed awareness within the local and tourist communities as well as to highlight the benefits of ecotourism and the long-term sustainability of natural resources.

Photo courtesy of Tre’ Packard | PangeaSeed.org 2014

1..2.Tatiana Suarez (USA)

3. 4.Smithe (Mexico)

5.6..Nosego (USA)

7.8..Saner (Mexico)

9.Pelucas (Spain)

Via  boredpanda

asylum-art:

Beatriz Martin VidalIlustration

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Today we’ll take a look at Beatriz Martin Vidal, an illustrator coming from Valladolid, Spain. Her artworks depict a world that’s just slightly magical, where the butterflies on a child’s dress can come to life and birds act as guides. She combines traditional and modern techniques – colored pencils, watercolors, inks and of course Photoshop.

thecutestofthecute:

pofry:

I still want one

Awww

thecutestofthecute:

pofry:

I still want one

Awww

notwo:

last night i had a strange dream

notwo:

last night i had a strange dream

missingkitsune:

"There there, I’m sorry I scared you. *pats and kisses* you’re a good dog, good dog."

missingkitsune:

"There there, I’m sorry I scared you. *pats and kisses* you’re a good dog, good dog."

rhamphotheca:

Science and Conservation Groups Seek Endangered Status for the Monarch Butterfly
This morning (8/27/14), the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation joined the Center for Biological Diversity and Center for Food Safety (co-lead petitioners) and renowned monarch scientist Dr. Lincoln Brower to file a legal request with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking Endangered Species Act protection for the monarch butterfly.  The number of monarchs has declined by more than 90 percent in less than two decades. The population has declined from a recorded high of approximately 1 billion butterflies in the mid-1990s to only 35 million butterflies last winter, the lowest number ever recorded, a drop that Lincoln Brower describes as “a deadly free fall.”  During the same period it is estimated that these butterflies have lost more than 165 million acres of habitat—an area about the size of Texas—including nearly a third of their summer breeding grounds…
(read more: The Xerces Society)

rhamphotheca:

Science and Conservation Groups Seek Endangered Status for the Monarch Butterfly

This morning (8/27/14), the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation joined the Center for Biological Diversity and Center for Food Safety (co-lead petitioners) and renowned monarch scientist Dr. Lincoln Brower to file a legal request with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking Endangered Species Act protection for the monarch butterfly.

The number of monarchs has declined by more than 90 percent in less than two decades. The population has declined from a recorded high of approximately 1 billion butterflies in the mid-1990s to only 35 million butterflies last winter, the lowest number ever recorded, a drop that Lincoln Brower describes as “a deadly free fall.”

During the same period it is estimated that these butterflies have lost more than 165 million acres of habitat—an area about the size of Texas—including nearly a third of their summer breeding grounds…

(read more: The Xerces Society)

queenofmisandrists:

  • date the kind of people who will still respect you when you no longer love them
  • date the kind of people who will still respect you when they no longer love you
  • do not waste your emotional capacities on people whose respect for you is conditional

Ahh, the migration of the rare golden retriever fish. What a rare and beautiful sight in nature.


its-slinkyvagabond

Ahh, the migration of the rare golden retriever fish. What a rare and beautiful sight in nature.

its-slinkyvagabond

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