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Aug 3
allcreatures:

A baby long-eared bat is hand-reared at Secret Animal Rescue in Somerset. Its ears - not fully formed yet - will eventually sit on the top of its head, not the sides
Picture: RICHARD AUSTIN (via Pictures of the day: 30 July 2010 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

A baby long-eared bat is hand-reared at Secret Animal Rescue in Somerset. Its ears - not fully formed yet - will eventually sit on the top of its head, not the sides

Picture: RICHARD AUSTIN (via Pictures of the day: 30 July 2010 - Telegraph)


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thedailywhat:

Kickass Cupcakes of the Day: Star Wars cupcakes.
Needs more Han.
See Also: Muppet cupcakes.
[geekologie.]

thedailywhat:

Kickass Cupcakes of the Day: Star Wars cupcakes.

Needs more Han.

See Also: Muppet cupcakes.

[geekologie.]


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Jul 22
For Nique, who I have to call.
thedailywhat:

This Is Just Plain Wrong of the Day: “The End of History” is an honest-to-nastiness high ABV (55%) beer product produced by Scotland-based craft brewery BrewDog, which comes complete with its very own taxidermied rodent koozie.

This blond Belgian ale is infused with nettles from the Scottish Highlands and Fresh juniper berries. Only 12 bottles have been made and each comes with its own certificate and is presented in a stuffed stoat or grey squirrel. The striking packaging was created by a very talented taxidermist and all the animals used were road kill.

Each bottle will set you back a cool $760, but, as I understand it, there’s nothing quite like swigging a tall cold one while staring deep into the vacant, hopeless gaze of dead vermin.
[adfreak.]

For Nique, who I have to call.

thedailywhat:

This Is Just Plain Wrong of the Day:The End of History” is an honest-to-nastiness high ABV (55%) beer product produced by Scotland-based craft brewery BrewDog, which comes complete with its very own taxidermied rodent koozie.

This blond Belgian ale is infused with nettles from the Scottish Highlands and Fresh juniper berries. Only 12 bottles have been made and each comes with its own certificate and is presented in a stuffed stoat or grey squirrel. The striking packaging was created by a very talented taxidermist and all the animals used were road kill.

Each bottle will set you back a cool $760, but, as I understand it, there’s nothing quite like swigging a tall cold one while staring deep into the vacant, hopeless gaze of dead vermin.

[adfreak.]


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Jul 15
thedailywhat:

Morning Links:
“My husband is studying Forensic Investigations, so don’t be surprised if we have your DNA collected and shipped to a lab before you leave your first visit here.” (via.)
 ZombieHarmony: Brain lovers looking for brain. (via.)
 The Revolving Internet.
 Manofest: 20 Funny Handwritten Notes.
 Morning Distraction: Love Letter. (via.)
 Morning Wood: Hana Nitsche.
 Morning List: The 20 Worst Mel Gibson Rant Quotes (Presented By Kittens).
[photo: reddit.]

thedailywhat:

Morning Links:

[photo: reddit.]


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Jul 14
Biking here with Funktastik in September.
nationalgeographicmagazine:

Neuschwanstein, Germany Photograph by George F. MobleyCommanding a view of the bluish-green Alpsee lake and girded by dark forests, King Ludwig’s fairy-tale marble castle Neuschwanstein rises from a lofty rock west of Hohenschwangau in Bavaria, Germany.

Biking here with Funktastik in September.

nationalgeographicmagazine:

Neuschwanstein, Germany
Photograph by George F. Mobley
Commanding a view of the bluish-green Alpsee lake and girded by dark forests, King Ludwig’s fairy-tale marble castle Neuschwanstein rises from a lofty rock west of Hohenschwangau in Bavaria, Germany.


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allcreatures:

Madhuri, an Indian elephant, swings a monitor lizard around by its tail. The unlucky creature had been swept off the ground and was carried around for a number of days by the elephant. With its tail firmly clamped in the animal’s trunk the lizard was swung around and occasionally put back on the ground. The scene was captured by Jagdeep Rajput during a trip to Corbett National Park in India
Picture: Jagdeep Rajput /Solent (via Pictures of the day: 14 July 2010 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

Madhuri, an Indian elephant, swings a monitor lizard around by its tail. The unlucky creature had been swept off the ground and was carried around for a number of days by the elephant. With its tail firmly clamped in the animal’s trunk the lizard was swung around and occasionally put back on the ground. The scene was captured by Jagdeep Rajput during a trip to Corbett National Park in India

Picture: Jagdeep Rajput /Solent (via Pictures of the day: 14 July 2010 - Telegraph)


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Been here, it looks like this.
theworldwelivein:

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA © David M. Cobb

Been here, it looks like this.

theworldwelivein:

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA
© David M. Cobb


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readmorewikipedia:

emilyrnlds:

Pallas’s Cat, the oldest living species of modern cat (evolved 12 million years ago).

readmorewikipedia:

emilyrnlds:

Pallas’s Cat, the oldest living species of modern cat (evolved 12 million years ago).


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Jul 2

Letting the universe know…

catalogliving:

Oh that?  That’s my Wish Plant.  It’s where I clip pictures of people who I want dead.


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Jun 28

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Jun 25
allcreatures:

Picture: AP. Telegraph UK

allcreatures:

Picture: AP. Telegraph UK


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