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Dalton.
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Comics, corgis, beards and butts.

nazerine:

I love japanese bc it’s so regular and logical. eg,

kore = this, sore = that, dore = which
koko = here, soko = there, doko = where
koitsu = this person, soitsu = that person, doitsu = germany

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

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zoeuhura:

A+ parenting courtesy of the Turner family

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gamefreaksnz:

Awakening Red by Master-sweez

deltheor:

★ Shiny Kalos Starter Pokémon

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epic-humor:

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Anonymous asked: Do you like having such extreme body hair? Has it ever been used to woo a female?

I’ve never been bothered by it? And my girlfriend is pretty into how hairy I am, so yeah I guess?

rhamphotheca:

Elusive Whales Set New Record for Depth and Length of Dives Among Mammals

A new study of elusive Cuvier’s beaked whales shows they can dive to nearly 10,000 ft (3,000 m).

by Jane J. Lee

A new long-term study looking at the elusive Cuvier’s beaked whale reveals the deepest and longest dives ever seen among mammals.

The new records indicate behavior that is much more varied and extreme than scientists expected for this species, says Simone Baumann-Pickering, a marine mammal biologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California. One exceptional whale dove to 9,816 feet (2,992 meters), while a second stayed down for 138 minutes.

Scientists and the U.S. Navy are especially interested in these whales because sonar activity has stranded individuals on beaches in the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands, and the Bahamas, says Greg Schorr, a research biologist with the Cascadia Research Collective in Olympia, Washington…

(read more: National Geo)

images: Photograph by Tui De Roy, Minden Pictures/Corbis, and infographic by NG staff

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fetuse:

The noctuid moth Ascalapha odorata bears the common name “Black Witch”. It is considered an omen of death in Mexican and Caribbean folklore. In Mexico, it is known as “Mariposa de la muerte”.

fetuse:

The noctuid moth Ascalapha odorata bears the common name “Black Witch”. It is considered an omen of death in Mexican and Caribbean folklore. In Mexico, it is known as “Mariposa de la muerte”.

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redshirtnumberfive:

I was watching Secrets of the Viking Sword: Nova on Netflix. The Vikings had a sword that was way ahead of its fucking time, the Ulfberht. Nobody knows how it was made. This dude says he gonna figure out how they did it back then. He puts so much effort into it. Days, and hours at a time, in which any point it can all go to Hell. So it gets to the last thing. He’s gotta quench it. He heats up the steel and then cools it down in oil. But because of how fast it goes from hot to cold, the steel can crack. Now I dunno what I was expecting, but when he pulls that sword out and it’s on fire, well, i pretty much busted a nut. I can’t get over how much effort and care went into that sword, and how fucking badass that man looked when he took it out from the oil. Holy shit. GOOD NIGHT.

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