enbycrocker:

space-eridandy:

enbycrocker:

oooooh my goooood i’m hiking in fucking utah and i came across sollux carved into the goddamn 200 million y/o sandstone

JESUS FUCK THAT’S MY CARVING FROM LIKE 2 YEARS AGO LOL

okay before y’all judge, I’m actually from the area and it’s totally acceptable for people to carve shit on that particular area (there’s silly carvings on other rocks up there and you’re actually encouraged to leave your mark up there to show that you managed to climb up that high) so like please don’t think I’m desecrating nature or anything because I’m definitely not THAT disrespectful.

i’m laughing so hard right now, i never thought my art would reach 1k+ notes

god bless ur soul i was losing my shit the entire hike oh my go d


adorablespiders:

a Colorful Jumping Spider
image source

adorablespiders:

a Colorful Jumping Spider

image source


nemfrog:

Flying Fish. Animal Locomotion or Walking, Swimming and Flying. James Bell Pettigrew. 1874.

nemfrog:

Flying Fish. Animal Locomotion or Walking, Swimming and Flying. James Bell Pettigrew. 1874.


alice44:

Honey bee on Flickr.

alice44:

Honey bee on Flickr.


malformalady:

Severe Rickets in a tibia and fibula. Rickets is a disorder caused by a lack of vitamin D, calcium, or phosphate. It leads to softening and weakening of the bones.

malformalady:

Severe Rickets in a tibia and fibula. Rickets is a disorder caused by a lack of vitamin D, calcium, or phosphate. It leads to softening and weakening of the bones.


ancientart:

A silver-gilded greave dating to the mid-4th century BCE from the Yambol region of Bulgaria.

Only recently rediscovered in 2005, this greave was part of a set of grave goods found in an Odrysian aristocrat’s grave in Golyamata Mogila tumulus. This greave appears to have been for the left leg.
Artefact courtesy of & currently located at the National History Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo taken by vintagedept.

ancientart:

A silver-gilded greave dating to the mid-4th century BCE from the Yambol region of Bulgaria.

Only recently rediscovered in 2005, this greave was part of a set of grave goods found in an Odrysian aristocrat’s grave in Golyamata Mogila tumulus. This greave appears to have been for the left leg.

Artefact courtesy of & currently located at the National History Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo taken by vintagedept.



buggirl:

Marine Iguana chilling in the Galapagos.   Marine iguanas are the only marine lizards in the world, and they are only found in the Galapagos.  They eat seaweed, and venture out to the rough sea risking their lives every day.  They were incredible to see.
Learn from buggirl? Pledge a dollar to her research here.

buggirl:

Marine Iguana chilling in the Galapagos.   Marine iguanas are the only marine lizards in the world, and they are only found in the Galapagos.  They eat seaweed, and venture out to the rough sea risking their lives every day.  They were incredible to see.

Learn from buggirl? Pledge a dollar to her research here.


iowaarchaeology:

More beer caves in Iowa?  It’s possible!  OSA archaeologists are currently investigating this site in Cedar Rapids.


ohputamadre:

Etmoides bone illustration for school.

ohputamadre:

Etmoides bone illustration for school.