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comicallyvintage:

My Glasses!

Me everyday

comicallyvintage:

My Glasses!

Me everyday

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comicallyvintage:

Need costume ideas? Halloween’s not far away, folks!

comicallyvintage:

Need costume ideas? Halloween’s not far away, folks!

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Wow, that cat looks like broadway!

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crochettoys:

Teapot Hermit Crab

Traditionally, hermit crabs live out their days scuttling around in a discarded snail shell, filtering through grit for scraps. If they’re lucky, they may happen upon a fisherman’s boot nestled amongst some kelp and make a home of it, munching on the surrounding seaweed. In fact, most hermit crabs dream of such a life. But not Tetley.

Tetley travelled to England when he was just a young crab and paddled up the River Thames to the Houses of Parliament. There he met Earl Grey, who took him in and gave him a home in a small milk jug. Tetley soon outgrew it, and Grey rehoused him in a teacup. Now an adult, he lives quite contently in his teapot, spending his days sipping on Chai and snipping custard creams with his claws.

PATTERN

Want

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rhamphotheca:

Zoo Helping Reintroduce Rare California Turtle Species

by Chris Jennewein

The San Diego Zoo is working with state and federal scientists to reintroduce a rare turtle species into a local ecological preserve and monitor their progress via tiny radio transmitters.

Five juvenile western pond turtles were released into the Sycuan Peak Ecological Reserve on Thursday by a team of federal, state and zoo scientists. The turtles are part of a “headstart” program which involves raising hatchlings at the zoo to a large enough size to give them a chance of fending off natural predators.

The turtles are sporting miniature radio transmitters applied with a flexible silicone sealant, which allows the young turtles’ shells to grow and expand, even with the transmitter device attached to it…

(read more: Times of San Diego)

Photograph by Ken Bohn/San Diego Zoo

Look how happy that turtle is!

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comicbookcovers:

Tales Of The Unexpected #94, May 1966, cover by Murphy Anderson

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pastabot:

pastabot:

does anyone want a bff

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a BIG FUCKING FROG

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percychekov:

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northwangerabbey:

Sulu’s like “whatever, drama queen.”

is sulu texting

he’s livetweeting chekov’s problems

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