Aegires minor (no common name)
is a species of dorid nudibranch found in Indo-pacific waters from Japan to Australia. like alot of nudibranchs they are fairly small only growing up to 5 inches long. They are best known for their bright yellow color with a series of black lines covering their body. A. minor feeds mostly on species of calcareous sponge of the family Lecuettidea but will eat other species as-well.
Heaven has chubby, rosy-cheeked cherubs fluttering through blue, cloudless skies on improbably tiny wings.
Hell has Armoured Searobins crawling on mud and rock with their four, spindly fin spines.
These fish get their name from the bony scutes that cover their body. They live fairly deep in the sea, and find prey by scouring the ocean floor with their elaborate barbels.
Fishermen sometimes catch them, and then have absolutely no idea what on earth they’re looking at.
You can’t blame them. No-one really knows what a demon looks like.
Images: NOAA/何宣慶/D Ross Robertson
the balloon animal explodes and, without warning, so does the clown handling it. after several moments of stunned silence the gore covered fourth graders begin to cheer
I really don’t care what kind of blogs you have, This deserves a reblog
man the last image really got me..
The second to last really killed me.
A simple thing we see frequently on the Internet being put into the perspective of real life.
The last one put me to tears all I can think is my grandpa and how much I miss him
You honestly have no idea how much I am seriously about to cry. I am literally wearing a ‘Navy Sister’ t shirt and I was talking to someone about my grandpa who was in the Navy too and almost died. I belong to a military family. I showed my dad who was in the Navy too and I swear he almost started crying. This got to me so fucking much…
The single most delightful implication of Dashcon is that now somebody is going to inevitably have to explain to a lawyer, probably several lawyers, and in turn, possibly an entire courtroom, what fandom is, what tumblr is, and all the ins and outs related to them.
i would watch that episode of law and order
These are fins from a 500lb Bluefin Tuna.
Tuna are members of the Scrombrid family, a group of fast swimming, partially warm-blooded apex predators, with highly streamlined bodies and retractable fins.
In the image above, the large dorsal fin, with its rigid bony rays, can disappear completely into a deep groove on the body.This gives the fish its distinctive bullet shape, as it charges forward in the water. The fin is pulled out when the fish is slowing down, or turning to keep its cylindrical body from rolling over.
The distinctive little fins, or finlets in the last image are only found in this group of fish. Muscles beneath the skin allows them to move independently. There’s a few people out there researching this, but at the current time their exact function is unknown.
Just to let you guys no, Senshi-Con will NOT be having a ball pit this year, no matter how much bartering you want to do.
Maybe some other time.