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Gettin this lamb ready for tomorrow!

Gettin this lamb ready for tomorrow!

magictransistor:

Crispijn van de Passe the Younger, Hortus Floridus (Heroologia Anglica), Utrecht, c. 1614.

odditiesoflife:

The Tiny Danger
This creature is called Glaucus atlanticus. It is an extremely dangerous, camouflaged sea slug. It preys on venomous animals like the Portuguese Man-Of-War. The slug consumes the entire organism and stores only the most venomous nematocysts for its own use. The venom is then concentrated, which produces a more powerful venom than that of the Man-Of-War jellyfish it feeds on. Glaucus atlanticus is also a hermaphrodite, meaning they have both male and female reproductive organs… A truly unbelievable animal.

odditiesoflife:

The Tiny Danger

This creature is called Glaucus atlanticus. It is an extremely dangerous, camouflaged sea slug. It preys on venomous animals like the Portuguese Man-Of-War. The slug consumes the entire organism and stores only the most venomous nematocysts for its own use. The venom is then concentrated, which produces a more powerful venom than that of the Man-Of-War jellyfish it feeds on. Glaucus atlanticus is also a hermaphrodite, meaning they have both male and female reproductive organs… A truly unbelievable animal.

(Source: googlesciencefair.com)

Post-run, thought I’d show some skin.

(What a slut)

Post-run, thought I’d show some skin.

(What a slut)

darkryemag:

Yup. Recipe-without-words. Just do this. Wrap it all up.

darkryemag:

Yup. Recipe-without-words. Just do this. Wrap it all up.

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:


Wall-Mounted Sugar Skull Trophy Heads by Krisztianna

If the Day of the Dead were extended throughout the four seasons and woodland nymphs pranced through the ghosts of fallen leaves, would even they be safe from the hunter’s rifle? Krisztianna’s “Muertita” series combines nature with the sugar skull aesthetic to create these otherworldy wall-mounted heads, a trophy dedicated to the extinction of all that’s magical and mysterious in the world.

 Prints available on Society 6

(via tywblr)