My fish died :< 

Fucking random ass “art blogs” following me

YOU ARE LITERALLY THE SAME PERSON, I CAN FUCKING TELL YOU ABSOLUTE SNAIL

Dose anyone else have this problem? Please tell me how to fix it because it’s really annoying 

deanbennie:

finding a new favorite character like

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doctorqueenofhell:

madmaxish:

fruitbatfruitsnack:

darthmoonmoon:

shinydiscopaul:

inkfromtheoctopus:

Maleficent paper mache Dragon.

The perfect nightlight for any villain.

*heavy breathing*

i need it

I will craft this from my bare hands as a sign of my extreme love for madmaxish

I WOULD WIFE YOU IMMEDIATELY

IIIII NEEEED IIIIIITTTT

fatkidinmath:

im sorry if ive ever told you the same story twice its just that i dont have an interesting life and cool things rarely happen to me

verceri:

Also I have 8 copies of these Pearly Rose Peonies up in the AH for both gems and treasure! (500 gems and 200k treasure) They look really good with the Sakura apparel~

doctortriggers:

when someone asks if they can draw or write you a thingimage

crydamore:

credit: cylee77

hentai-ass:

typhonatemybaby:

mishawinsexster:

Friendly reminder that the Duckbill Platypus is not beaver sized but the tiniest most cutest patootie being in existence 

OH GOD

i thought these things were the size of like, large cats or something. ITS FUCKING TINY JESUS

They’re so cute

strangebiology:

justinalanarnold:

Two-headed alligator spotted in Tampa, Florida along the Hillsborough River in the Seminole Heights neighborhood. According to Florida Fish and Wildlife, this alligator has been reported by several people. They explained that failed separation of monozygotic twins is common in reptiles and amphibians but they rarely reach this juvenile state.

I checked this out online…no sign of photoshop! This is honestly the first time I’ve seen a dicephalic, non-infant animal in the wild!

strangebiology:

justinalanarnold:

Two-headed alligator spotted in Tampa, Florida along the Hillsborough River in the Seminole Heights neighborhood. According to Florida Fish and Wildlife, this alligator has been reported by several people. They explained that failed separation of monozygotic twins is common in reptiles and amphibians but they rarely reach this juvenile state.

I checked this out online…no sign of photoshop! This is honestly the first time I’ve seen a dicephalic, non-infant animal in the wild!

rhamphotheca:

Indeed.

rhamphotheca:

Indeed.

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures

Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution

What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections

If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.

1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal

3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human

5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur
7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole
9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow
10. A Rattlesnake