July212014

supernaturalimagine:

submitted by nanurtalik

Imagine all the things Uncle Sherlock would teach them

July82014

arsanatomica:

The skull of the Chinese Water Deer is one of the most iconic skulls out there. 

Like many small Asian deer species, it does not have antlers. Instead the males fight each other with their extremely sharp tusks, slashing at rivals with downward head swings. 

When not actively shanking others, the tusks can be folded back slightly., so they don’t interfere with eating. 

July42014

exoticwild:

andlemmekisslou:

soliloq-uy:

sakibatch:

rawritsmeep:

cheapbeeer:

i feel it in my bones, i’m on F I R E

FUCK

NO

OHMYGOD

hit the reblog so fast i think i broke my mouse

holY F U cKKKKkKKKkkkkkKKKKK 

HOLY FUCK THIS KNOCKED MY SIDEWAYS

(Source: exuberant-imperfection, via hockeydreamer)

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July22014

jessicadeviant:

leftyrosenthal:

e-gay:

the whispered “oh my god”… the look of of humiliation on the childs face… the brother is tired

lmfao I am both of them at the same time

The older brother has completely given up

(Source: vinegod, via eqqlostuff)

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June302014
canidcompendium:

New grey wolf populations found in Canada
by Zoe Gough
Two distinct populations of grey wolves have been found living side-by-side in British Columbia, Canada. The research built on the knowledge of indigenous people who had distinguished between the mainland “timber wolf” and island “coastal wolf”.
Scientists compared DNA from wolf faeces to determine if the two groups were different. They say their findings show that different environments can influence genetic changes. The team, based at the University of Victoria, reported their research in the journal BMC Ecology.
The study focused on an area of the central coast of British Columbia known as Bella Bella, which includes a mainland landmass separated from five islands by water.
The researchers collaborated with people from the indigenous Heiltsuk First Nation who have studied the wolves for nearly a decade.
Team member Dr Chris Darimont, Hakai-Raincoast professor at the University of Victoria, said discussions with Heiltsuk elder Chester Starr led to the prediction on which their work was based.
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canidcompendium:

New grey wolf populations found in Canada

by Zoe Gough

Two distinct populations of grey wolves have been found living side-by-side in British Columbia, Canada. The research built on the knowledge of indigenous people who had distinguished between the mainland “timber wolf” and island “coastal wolf”.

Scientists compared DNA from wolf faeces to determine if the two groups were different. They say their findings show that different environments can influence genetic changes. The team, based at the University of Victoria, reported their research in the journal BMC Ecology.

The study focused on an area of the central coast of British Columbia known as Bella Bella, which includes a mainland landmass separated from five islands by water.

The researchers collaborated with people from the indigenous Heiltsuk First Nation who have studied the wolves for nearly a decade.

Team member Dr Chris Darimont, Hakai-Raincoast professor at the University of Victoria, said discussions with Heiltsuk elder Chester Starr led to the prediction on which their work was based.

Read more

June212014
June172014
pastriecake:

I… Just felt like whipping this up. lol I think I’m funny..

pastriecake:

I… Just felt like whipping this up. lol I think I’m funny..

(via eqqlostuff)

June142014
  • Alec: I did not make a pie, for three reasons. One, because I do not have any pie ingredients. Two, because I don’t actually know how to make a pie.
  • Jace: And three?
  • Alec: Because I am not your bitch.
June62014
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May292014

odditiesoflife:

Tiny Victorian Cottage in the Woods

A dream home in a dream landscape, this tiny Victorian-style cottage used to be a hunting cabin in the Catskills. The amazing transformation was the work of one woman, Sandra Foster, who used vintage columns, flooring and wavy glass windows, and completed the carpentry herself. Most of the items were found at yard sales or crafted by her own hand. A stream runs between Ms. Foster’s cottage and the trailer that she and her husband live in. Some people don’t wait for their dream homes; they make them instead.

(Source: The New York Times, via allthebeautifulthings9828)

May282014

maljic:

How To Impress World Leaders, a short film by Evgeni Malkin

(via teatime-adventures)

May242014
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