Melanie Iglesias

May I please use your thighs as ear muffs? =X

Melanie Iglesias

May I please use your thighs as ear muffs? =X

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romancingthieves:

squeeforscience:

Meet the crabeater seal (Lobodon carcinophaga). It’s a charming specialized predator that lives on the coasts of Antarctica. It feeds almost exclusively on krill (90% of their diet) and sometimes cephalopods and antarctic fish.

Technique: The seal gobbles mouthfuls of krill and water drains through the spaces created by its teeth.

Crabeaters have little food competition, but as pups they are heavily preyed upon by leopard seals.

If you love the crabeater mug go here for a short story told by the person who photographed it.

Top two photos from The Brain Scoop. If you love natural history, museums, and taxidermy, follow them!

OH MY STARS! Look at those teeth!!

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smashleynabbey:

Samuel Smith. Beer tasting at the park.

smashleynabbey:

Samuel Smith. Beer tasting at the park.

amnhnyc:

The Peregrine Falcon, the swiftest of all birds of prey, is one of the most widely distributed species of birds, nesting on every continent except Antarctica. The world’s largest urban population of nesting Peregrine Falcons is in New York City.
The display in this hall was conceived by the Museum’s great ornithologist Frank M. Chapman. Under Chapman, the Museum’s bird collection grew to one of the greatest in the world. It holds over 95 percent of all known species of birds, or about 9,100 different kinds.
More in the Leonard C. Sanford Hall of North American Birds.

amnhnyc:

The Peregrine Falcon, the swiftest of all birds of prey, is one of the most widely distributed species of birds, nesting on every continent except Antarctica. The world’s largest urban population of nesting Peregrine Falcons is in New York City.

The display in this hall was conceived by the Museum’s great ornithologist Frank M. Chapman. Under Chapman, the Museum’s bird collection grew to one of the greatest in the world. It holds over 95 percent of all known species of birds, or about 9,100 different kinds.

More in the Leonard C. Sanford Hall of North American Birds.

mostlikelytonevergrowup:

Please bring me here? Pretty, pretty please??

mostlikelytonevergrowup:

Please bring me here? Pretty, pretty please??

hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

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gameraboy:

Thru the Mirror (1936)

ninewhitebanners:

Mongolian boy with baby goat.

ninewhitebanners:

Mongolian boy with baby goat.

tropicalsummerseas:

Tropical/Summer

tropicalsummerseas:

Tropical/Summer