i didn’t know there were 400k vegans on this site?You don’t have to be a vegan to be against animal cruelty
Feeding day for most of my snakes (and pacman frog).
The new Bredli Python trio had a jumbo rat each… the male and one of the females had a small rat on top of that.
The hognose had a tiny bit of cooked chicken and a pinky mouse. I’ve never tried chicken with snakes before, but I was feeding the hedgehog and he seemed interested in his tub next to her, so I offered him a little bit. He struck and ate it right away. A little variety in the diet is healthy imo.
The pacman frog got his first ever pinky mouse. He LOVED it :3
And FRONZ ATE!!!
She’s my 2 yr old Burmese Python.. and has been having a rather fussy couple of months. So I added some reptiboost in the water and scented the rat with tuna.. she took it right away. SO FUCKING PROUD.
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This guy reminds me of a younger version of my dad! Newton Faulkner has an awesome voice!
Mega Vaporeon (Water)
Mega Jolteon (Electric)
Mega Flareon (Fire)
I don’t give a fuck. This girl makes me happy. She’s been a close friend for over a year now. She has been there for me through all my recent hardships. She was so supportive when I was sectioned. We’ve had this connection for so long, being flirty, being so close, falling out majorly, getting close again, then to where we are now.
We sit up all night listening to music, taking silly selfies, ordering Domino’s in the morning and being woken up by her 3 mad dogs licking our feet.
Fuck what the gossiping emo kids of Banbury think. . you-do-not-talk-about has kept my head above water more times than I can think of.
From The ScientistAncient giant virus, buried for 30K years, discovered in Siberian permafrost & reincarnated in the lab.
Kill one man, and you are a murderer. Kill millions of men, and you are a conqueror. Kill them all, and you are a god.
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The blobfish is a deep sea fish that inhabits the deep waters off the coasts of mainland Australia and Tasmania, as well as the waters of New Zealand. Blobfish are typically shorter than 30 cm, feed primarily of crabs and lobsters, and do not have a well-defined fins.
Colorful Photographs That Reveal The Beauty Within Deformed Frogs
Based in New York, visual artist and biologist Brandon Ballengée has combined his love for art and science with these colorful photographs of deformed frogs.
Inspired by his scientific research, which was about the decline of frog populations due to their deformities, Ballengée colored his specimens with chemicals, and then used a high-resolution scanner to create photographs of each deformed frog.
The artist chooses to show the beauty that can be found within these creatures as he did not want to exploit their deformities. In these prints, these frogs appear to be as large as toddlers to evoke empathy—if they were too small, viewers would dismiss them.
Aptly named “Reliquaries”, these images are a tribute to the short lives of these amphibians.
Ballengée’s works will be exhibited till 13 April 2014 at the Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art in Michigan.
Chameleons have cool tongues. But they are not unique. There are salamanders (Hydromantes spp.) that do a very similar thing. (the mechanism differs, but HOW COOL IS THAT?)
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