gearandstuff:

everything about this is so gaudy and awful and I absolutely love it 

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lol-post:

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lol-post:

Sherlock
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magicalnaturetour:

Trouble by Lizziesphotos

magicalnaturetour:

Trouble by Lizziesphotos

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sciencesoup:


Interspecies Friendships 
The false killer whale and the bottlenose dolphin are not that different taxonomically speaking, being classified within the same family, and they’re both social animals—but it’s still pretty surprising that the two species interact both in captivity and in the wild.
A study of wild New Zealand false killer whales showed that some interspecies pairings lasted over five years, with some being spotted together in places over 650 kilometres apart. Their interactions are partially practical—they help each other hunt, and of course, two is better than one when watching out for predators.
But their interactions are definitely not limited to practicalities—they appear to play. We can’t anthropomorphise their behaviour too much, because they don’t play in the way that human children do, but their behaviour goes beyond base necessities, They learn and form social bonds together, and not with random members of the other species—they keep up “friendships” with specific members.
On rare occasions, they even mate, and the offspring (pictured above) is called a wholphin. Yes, really.

sciencesoup:

Interspecies Friendships

The false killer whale and the bottlenose dolphin are not that different taxonomically speaking, being classified within the same family, and they’re both social animals—but it’s still pretty surprising that the two species interact both in captivity and in the wild.

A study of wild New Zealand false killer whales showed that some interspecies pairings lasted over five years, with some being spotted together in places over 650 kilometres apart. Their interactions are partially practical—they help each other hunt, and of course, two is better than one when watching out for predators.

But their interactions are definitely not limited to practicalities—they appear to play. We can’t anthropomorphise their behaviour too much, because they don’t play in the way that human children do, but their behaviour goes beyond base necessities, They learn and form social bonds together, and not with random members of the other species—they keep up “friendships” with specific members.

On rare occasions, they even mate, and the offspring (pictured above) is called a wholphin. Yes, really.

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freexcitizen:

squaresandco:

It’s all about having each other’s backs

FRIENDS DONT LET FRIENDS FIGHT ALONE

freexcitizen:

squaresandco:

It’s all about having each other’s backs

FRIENDS DONT LET FRIENDS FIGHT ALONE

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gammacrank:

Game Typography Challenge: Day 24Use one word. Edwardian Script ITC. (Texture credit)

gammacrank:

Game Typography Challenge: Day 24
Use one word. Edwardian Script ITC. (Texture credit)

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superhaze:

Do you guys remember when Clark Kent and Sam Winchester almost got into a fight but it was broken up by Lizzie Mcguire 

superhaze:

Do you guys remember when Clark Kent and Sam Winchester almost got into a fight but it was broken up by Lizzie Mcguire 

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widdershinsgirl:

OMG PRESH LIGHTNING BOLT HEADED PUPPY!!!

I NAME YOU HARRY PUPPER!!!

You’re a husky, Harry

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drunk-senpai:

"I will never wash these hands again."

mine

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big-catsss:

Leopard by wortho64 on Flickr.

big-catsss:

Leopard by wortho64 on Flickr.

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