buggirl:

Look at this amazingly odd moth that visited my moth light in Ecuador!  It looks like he’s wearing fuzzy sleeves!

My research in the Amazon

giraffeinatree:

tastefullyoffensive:

Animals With Unusual Fur Markings [bp]

Previously: Cats Sitting Like HumansBunnies Sticking Their Tongues Out

the bear is actually the standard coat coloring for the species. They’re called Asiatic black bears or occasionally moon bears.

It’s because the bears normal coloration look vaguely like the batman symbol

snazziest:

awwww-cute:

She looked perfectly into the camera

she looked perfectly into eternity u mean

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vaguelywatermarksthesky:

j-e-t-k-o:

Every time a character says ‘Honor’ in A:tlA

i cant stop laughing

nonernonernonernonernonernoner

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gastropods:

dirlandaata: Saw this guy on Crete 13.10.2012  18.01. on the beach somewhere near Chania (near the harbour of Platanias to be exact) I have two other pictures of it if this isn’t clear enough :) 

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i don’t recognize this nudibranch at the moment, but im sure with a little research i could dig it up! it looks a teensy bit like sth from the Dendrodorididae family except.. not.. in the meantime, do any of my followers want to weigh in on what it might be?

thats a yellow sea hare! which aren’t nudibranchs

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ichthyologist:

Mud-Puddling Butterflies

To supplements salts and amino acids, many species of butterfly drink water from mud or rotting matter. This is because nectar lacks many of the minerals and nutrients needed for proper physiological functioning. Some species even supplement their nutrients with dung or carrion.

Geoff Gallice, chinmayisk on Flickr

cromwyll:

Game of Thrones Season 4 Bloopers [x]

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