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mapsontheweb:

Earth’s ice and vegetation cycle over a year

mapsontheweb:

Earth’s ice and vegetation cycle over a year

(Source: uxblog.idvsolutions.com)

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deeppurplehaze:

Cells undergoing mitosis. So cool.

deeppurplehaze:

Cells undergoing mitosis. So cool.

— 3 months ago with 16388 notes
#biology 
"Sexism is when people laugh at rape jokes and cringe at female anatomy."
— 4 months ago with 40035 notes
rhamphotheca:

libutron:

Regal Horned Lizard - Phrynosoma solare | ©Jason Penney   (Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation, southwest Arizona, US)
Phyrnosoma solare (Phrynosomatidae) are among the larger species of Horned Lizard. Their Latin name is derived from the meaning “rays of the sun” by referring to four large occipital horns at the base of the head continuous with six temporal horns, form a large crown of ten sharp, pointed horns along the base of the head.
American group of Regal Horned lizards have evolved an exceptionally bizarre defense against predators: when under threat they can restrict blood flow from the head until mounting pressure ruptures small blood vessels in and around the eyes, resulting in a spurt of blood that may leap a meter (3 1/2 feet) or more [source].

o hey, look at that parietal eye!

mam

rhamphotheca:

libutron:

Regal Horned Lizard - Phrynosoma solare | ©Jason Penney   (Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation, southwest Arizona, US)

Phyrnosoma solare (Phrynosomatidae) are among the larger species of Horned Lizard. Their Latin name is derived from the meaning “rays of the sun” by referring to four large occipital horns at the base of the head continuous with six temporal horns, form a large crown of ten sharp, pointed horns along the base of the head.

American group of Regal Horned lizards have evolved an exceptionally bizarre defense against predators: when under threat they can restrict blood flow from the head until mounting pressure ruptures small blood vessels in and around the eyes, resulting in a spurt of blood that may leap a meter (3 1/2 feet) or more [source].

o hey, look at that parietal eye!

mam

— 4 months ago with 721 notes

iprincezzinuyoukai:

One Piece Chapter 743 ~Big Jolts in Dressrosa

Let’s go hurt every one.

— 4 months ago with 179 notes
Sketch about those tree frog for design

Sketch about those tree frog for design

— 8 months ago with 3 notes
#braincompass  #nonfanart