Raiju Revolution

scienceyoucanlove:

Weigh less. Work more. Work harder. Achieve more. Be happy. Be sane. Look better. Feel better. Do better. Be better. Have more energy. Waste less time. Get better grades. Get more scholarships. Have better prospects. Have a better education. Make better choices.

How did I go from a 4.0, perfect…

Wow, this is so me right now.

strangebiology:

strangebiology:

Create a Dromaeosaur (link)
My first dollmaker! I put a lot of work into making this! Now I realize it’s large and unweildly, but it’s still functional and fun, and did I mention it has dinosaurs?
Go ahead and drag and drop, then you can screenshot your dromaeosaur, paste it into an image program, save and upload it.
If this gets notes I’ll add more stuff

Wish I could put stuff like this in the Strange Biology Book!

strangebiology:

strangebiology:

Create a Dromaeosaur (link)

My first dollmaker! I put a lot of work into making this! Now I realize it’s large and unweildly, but it’s still functional and fun, and did I mention it has dinosaurs?

Go ahead and drag and drop, then you can screenshot your dromaeosaur, paste it into an image program, save and upload it.

If this gets notes I’ll add more stuff

Wish I could put stuff like this in the Strange Biology Book!

Reblog if you are anti-cetacean captivity
sfbaymsi:

The Viperfish, Chauliodus sloani.
Viperfish can live as deep as 5000ft. At this depth, coloration is very important.  Many deep sea creatures like the viperfish tend to have dark colored skin and scales which helps them to camouflage with the darkness of the deep. Viperfish can be dark greenish blue or gray. Some viperfish can be transparent, or see-through.  Ew!!
Like most deep sea organisms, they possess organs called photophores that are able to produce a natural light that scientists call bioluminescence.  Viperfish have an elongated dorsal fin ray that luminesces at the tip, luring its unsuspected prey right to the extremely large overgrown teeth. Their teeth are so big that they protrude out of the mouth up to the lower eye.
Viperfish will wait motionless for hours until they are able to lure in their prey. Once their prey is in sight, the viperfish will swim at highspeeds, piercing its food with its teeth. Yikes!  They hunt mostly for small fish and crustaceans but they have the ability to unhinge their upper jaw to feed on slightly larger prey. By the sound of this ferocious creature, you might guess that it could eat something as big as a human! Not to worry though: even if people could swim deep enough to meet a viperfish, they can only grow to one foot in length!
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sfbaymsi:

The Viperfish, Chauliodus sloani.

Viperfish can live as deep as 5000ft. At this depth, coloration is very important.  Many deep sea creatures like the viperfish tend to have dark colored skin and scales which helps them to camouflage with the darkness of the deep. Viperfish can be dark greenish blue or gray. Some viperfish can be transparent, or see-through.  Ew!!

Like most deep sea organisms, they possess organs called photophores that are able to produce a natural light that scientists call bioluminescence.  Viperfish have an elongated dorsal fin ray that luminesces at the tip, luring its unsuspected prey right to the extremely large overgrown teeth. Their teeth are so big that they protrude out of the mouth up to the lower eye.

Viperfish will wait motionless for hours until they are able to lure in their prey. Once their prey is in sight, the viperfish will swim at highspeeds, piercing its food with its teeth. Yikes!  They hunt mostly for small fish and crustaceans but they have the ability to unhinge their upper jaw to feed on slightly larger prey. By the sound of this ferocious creature, you might guess that it could eat something as big as a human! Not to worry though: even if people could swim deep enough to meet a viperfish, they can only grow to one foot in length!

[video]

appaloosahorseclub:

Are you taking your #Appaloosa on an adventure this holiday weekend? 

appaloosahorseclub:

Are you taking your #Appaloosa on an adventure this holiday weekend? 

darksideoftheshroom:

!!! its so littttttleee!!!!

darksideoftheshroom:

!!! its so littttttleee!!!!

biomorphosis:

The maned wolf is the largest canine species in South America and closely resembles a red fox on stilts because of its long legs. It is neither a wolf, fox, coyote, or dog  but rather a member of its own Chrysocyon genus, making it a truly unique animal. They possess a mane that runs from the back of the head to the shoulders which can be erected to intimidate other animals when displaying aggression or when they feel threatened. 

Unlike other wolves that live in packs, maned wolves do not form or hunt in packs but prefer to live alone.  Maned wolf is considered as the last surviving species of the Pleistocene Extinction, which wiped out all other large canids from the continent.