私の小さな世界  My Little World
apolonisaphrodisia:

Art-octopus by Kim-KD

apolonisaphrodisia:

Art-octopus by Kim-KD

lydiamahrtn:

ottermatopoeia:

mattniskanenseyebrows:

OCTOBER IS NEXT WEEK

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OCTOBER IS THIS WEEK
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OCTOBER IS TOMORROW

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dynamicoceans:

About 50 mysterious baleen whales live in an underwater canyon off the Florida Panhandle, making them the only great whales in the Gulf of Mexico that live there year round. They’ve long been classified as Bryde’s whales but new genetic testing suggests the 50 Gulf whales might be a distinct subspecies of Bryde’s — or a new species altogether. If so, they would be the most endangered species of whale on the planet.
 
While truly eliminating harm isn’t possible conservationists hope an endangered species listing could at least minimize it enough to help the whales hang on. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) already has a backlog of endangered species candidates, though, and these whales will likely endure a lengthy waiting period before they get any new protections.
 
The entire process could take two years, but if regulators end up agreeing with the NRDC, it could yield a federal recovery plan and a protected “critical habitat” in DeSoto Canyon for these 50 whales. If that doesn’t happen, though, the population could quietly disappear. Source

dynamicoceans:

About 50 mysterious baleen whales live in an underwater canyon off the Florida Panhandle, making them the only great whales in the Gulf of Mexico that live there year round. They’ve long been classified as Bryde’s whales but new genetic testing suggests the 50 Gulf whales might be a distinct subspecies of Bryde’s — or a new species altogether. If so, they would be the most endangered species of whale on the planet.

 
While truly eliminating harm isn’t possible conservationists hope an endangered species listing could at least minimize it enough to help the whales hang on. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) already has a backlog of endangered species candidates, though, and these whales will likely endure a lengthy waiting period before they get any new protections.
 
The entire process could take two years, but if regulators end up agreeing with the NRDC, it could yield a federal recovery plan and a protected “critical habitat” in DeSoto Canyon for these 50 whales. If that doesn’t happen, though, the population could quietly disappear. Source
owlgoggles20:

Steal His Look: Smitty Werbenjaegermanjensen
Sorry but this look is currently unavailable
It was his hat, Mr. Krabs
He was #1

owlgoggles20:

Steal His Look: Smitty Werbenjaegermanjensen

Sorry but this look is currently unavailable

It was his hat, Mr. Krabs

He was #1

proteesiukkonen:

I Am a Bride

A short comic inspired by Finnish werewolf folklore in which it is many times the wedding couple and/or the entire wedding party that is bewitched to turn into wolves by a resentful guest or family member.

ART HELP:

jumperben-holybatch:

spaceycrazylady:

corporalbutts:

Cutting to the chase I am doing a project for my art class that requires me to do a piece that is 60ftx1ft long.

60 feet is a HUGE size.

Long story short, I need your URLs, and if you reblog/like this post I will write your URL down on my piece.

I NEED 60 FEET OF URLS AND I HAVE SMALL HANDWRITING. PLEASE REBLOG FOR ONE REASON, AND ONE REASON ONLY:

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this is actually the best reason ever

The game is on

superwhohannilockpotter:

I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.

kaijubrains:

danmeth:

The North American Cryptid MapA comprehensive guide to the whereabouts of (possibly fake) real monsters.

Jeez, so many Nessie clones. Get some originality America. Also, this graph shows how cool cryptids are- they’re stupid as hell and rad as fuck


Oklahoma octopus????

kaijubrains:

danmeth:

The North American Cryptid Map
A comprehensive guide to the whereabouts of (possibly fake) real monsters.

Jeez, so many Nessie clones. Get some originality America. Also, this graph shows how cool cryptids are- they’re stupid as hell and rad as fuck

Oklahoma octopus????