This is literally the stupidest comic I have ever made and I’m not even sorry
talking about bird heads, I can imagine one merc shaking the other merc who has the bird head and their head just keeps still
Jellyfish chandeliers, seen in “The Jellies Experience” exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium (by Jassy-50)
wow i want one
Thom Atkinson - 18th-century Medical Artifacts (from the Wellcome Collection, London)
1. Phrenological Heads
2. Case of Glass Eyes
3. Amputation Saws
4. Assorted Syringes
5. Sir Hiram Maxim’s Pipe of Peace
6. Medicine Chest
|Anonymous: Life gets about 90% better when one realizes that birds are dinosaurs. Chicken nuggets are dinosaur meat. Tofurkey is fake dinosaur meat.Your pillow has dinosaur feather stuffing. Eagles are flying velociraptors. You probably had dinosaur eggs for breakfast. If you hang up a feeder full of seeds, tiny dinosaurs will visit your yard.|
10/? fancasts ♛ GoT as a c-drama
Vicky Zhao as Brienne of Tarth
"All my life men like you’ve sneered at me, and all my life I’ve been knocking men like you into the dust."
This afternoon I went to a talk about structural colour in Hibiscus, during which I remembered about these Lamproderma slime moulds that also display this phenomenon (although with a different physical basis). Many species are restricted to the snow-line in montane Europe. Beautiful things.
Angel after her bath<3 Shes in a glove haha. I love her/him
Bird in a glove
#I love how anyone thinks this is an accident#he’s literally representing himself as a clumsy guy#totally incapable of murder#Not me Ms Katz#I cant even walk around a lab without bumping into people#Hannibal is such a great actor#and Mads is a jaw dropping actor
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.