enchantedsleeper:

Game of Thrones Characters in Art

(vía comicsandbitches)

sonlco:

algernonblackwood:

rubbertplant:

why is that crab on a tree

it’s a coconut crab and they love to climb trees

throw a pokeball at that shit

sonlco:

algernonblackwood:

rubbertplant:

why is that crab on a tree

it’s a coconut crab and they love to climb trees

throw a pokeball at that shit

(vía xccoaster)

alphynix:

Daily Paleo Art Month #2: Vetulicola
Known from the 525-520 million-year-old Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte, Vetulicola is a member of a strange group of creatures known as vetulicolians. About 9cm (3.5in) long, it’s thought to have been an active swimmer that fed on either plankton or seafloor debris.
And nobody’s sure just what these animals are. They were originally thought to be early limbless arthropods, but more recently opinions have swung in the opposite direct and they’re now considered to be early deuterostomes instead.

alphynix:

Daily Paleo Art Month #2: Vetulicola

Known from the 525-520 million-year-old Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte, Vetulicola is a member of a strange group of creatures known as vetulicolians. About 9cm (3.5in) long, it’s thought to have been an active swimmer that fed on either plankton or seafloor debris.

And nobody’s sure just what these animals are. They were originally thought to be early limbless arthropods, but more recently opinions have swung in the opposite direct and they’re now considered to be early deuterostomes instead.

(vía scientificillustration)

showslow:

Zander Olsen, Tree,Line.

This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint.

(vía gargantuablog)

zerostatereflex:

The Beginning of Everything — The Big Bang

A beautifully animated description of what we know about the creation of the Universe, so far.
We can see most of the how, though who knows how long this can last. Does the universe build in enough time for the beings that study it, to reveal why it happened? We’ll see I guess. :D

(vía blog4freaks)

federer7:

A soldier in the French Frontier Troops feeding one of the Spanish refugee babies who had crossed the border from Spain during the Spanish Civil War.  (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 3rd April 1938
Fullscreen

Casi me hace llorar…

federer7:

A soldier in the French Frontier Troops feeding one of the Spanish refugee babies who had crossed the border from Spain during the Spanish Civil War. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 3rd April 1938

Fullscreen

Casi me hace llorar…

(vía novisitesestetumblr)

toptopz:

Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle

(vía pelusaur)

rhamphotheca:

The eastern emerald elysia (Elysia chlorotica) is a sea slug that steals and absorbs chloroplasts from the algae it eats, a behavior called kleptoplasty.
photograph by Patrick J. Krug
(via: TheScientist)

rhamphotheca:

The eastern emerald elysia (Elysia chlorotica) is a sea slug that steals and absorbs chloroplasts from the algae it eats, a behavior called kleptoplasty.

photograph by Patrick J. Krug

(via: TheScientist)

(vía harvestheart)

francislittlesister:

What the shit is going on there…

Lo siento, pero es el Doctor quien observa desde atrás…

francislittlesister:

What the shit is going on there…

Lo siento, pero es el Doctor quien observa desde atrás…

(vía bookgeekconfessions)