sovietpostcards:

Otter and little otters by V. Frolov (1957)

sovietpostcards:

Otter and little otters by V. Frolov (1957)

Tags: Otters 1950s

atelierentomologica:

Beehive from the Luttrell Psalter

atelierentomologica:

Beehive from the Luttrell Psalter

(via ooksaidthelibrarian)

Tags: Bees

cwnerd12:

Aretha Franklin - Rolling In The Deep (The Aretha Version)

OMFG

THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER

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rhamphotheca:

Eddy, a Southern Three-banded Armadillo (Tolypeutes matacus), from South America, rolls up into a ball as it is shown to visitors for the first time since its birth on 26 September at the Bergzoo in Halle, Germany… then unrolls.

Photograph: Imago/Barcroft Media

(via: Guardian UK)

staceythinx:

Giga Origami by Sipho Mabona

(Source: jessvoni)

zoomar:

The Monkey has a Ride

zoomar:

The Monkey has a Ride

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Penguins: “In fairness, we can’t say ‘Benedict Cumberbatch’ either.”

(Source: mysharona1987, via valeria2067)

seananmcguire:

krudman:

countesskitsch:

theremina:

apolonisaphrodisia:

Octopus Hairpiece by deeed

Ohhhh! Oh. This is everything.

This is actually made from some Arda wigs! They’re lovely!

This is so cool.

I WANT ONE.

(via tentaclespectacle)


The male teacock’s extravagant handles evolved to attract the attention of the drabber-colored teahen. The males with the largest, glossiest, and most brilliantly colored handles will attract a small harem of females. Males compete only by display, and will not engage in actual battle for fear of chipping. 
The downside to the spectacular display by the males is that lugging around such a weight of crockery makes them more vulnerable to predators, particularly the aquatic crockpotodile, the teacock’s chief predator. - Ursula Vernon

The male teacock’s extravagant handles evolved to attract the attention of the drabber-colored teahen. The males with the largest, glossiest, and most brilliantly colored handles will attract a small harem of females. Males compete only by display, and will not engage in actual battle for fear of chipping. 

The downside to the spectacular display by the males is that lugging around such a weight of crockery makes them more vulnerable to predators, particularly the aquatic crockpotodile, the teacock’s chief predator. - Ursula Vernon

(Source: dragoncharming, via ooksaidthelibrarian)

note to the aggressive old man in the queue at marks & spencer: growling at me is not going to make things go any quicker. If anything I might slow down on purpose.You’re 65-70 years old plenty of time to have grasped how the whole queue thing works, you know waiting your turn. In conclusion DO NOT FUCKING GROWL AT ME. ok. Thanks.

bakerstreetbabes:

consultingpiskies:

Sherlock Meme
[3/4] OTPs: Martha Hudson + tea

BEST OTP EVERYONE GET OUT