I wanted to explore the graveyard today but it’s all rainy now wahhhhhhhhhb
I went to startbucks today and I tried really hard to be cool bc I know a lot of people probably act like they’re above Starbucks and like I ordered and she asked me what size and I was like uh medium I mean uhm grande and she was like U CAN SAY MEDIUM and then after she rang me up she was line uhg I need to take 10 and I’m still embarrassed
i want a razor scooter so badly
baby I have many that I looted as a child Ill give you one
That is a moth actually
- Tune:Stay Close to Me
- Artist: Bad Brains
- Album: Omega Sessions
- 2,565 plays
Bad Brains, you lovely punk bastards.
Bad Brains - Stay Close to Me
I forgot about this song omg
Our foster dog met a baby goat today
The Mexican axolotl (pronounced ACK-suh-LAH-tuhl) salamander has the rare trait of retaining its larval features throughout its adult life. This condition, called neoteny, means it keeps its tadpole-like dorsal fin, which runs almost the length of its body, and its feathery external gills, which protrude from the back of its wide head.Found exclusively in the lake complex of Xochimilco, near Mexico City, axolotls differ from most other salamanders in that they live permanently in water.
Despite their small size, peacock mantis shrimp, Odontodactylus scyllarus, are one of the most ferocious predators. Although they do not seem threatening at just 2-7 inches (other species may reach 12”), a mantis shrimp can punch with the same force as a 22. caliber bullet, while at the same time can cause the surrounding water to boil. They can easily break through the shells of large crustaceans, and the strength of their appendages mean most aquarium and pet owners refuse to house the shrimp; they can easily kill the other members in the tank and are strong enough to smash through the thick glass tank. They can punch at a speed 50 times faster than a human blinking. Mantis shrimp have the one of the most advanced visions in the animal kingdom, and although they cannot tell colours apart as well as humans, they can see colour spectrums which we cannot see or even imagine! Here is an awesome comic by the Oatmeal with more general information and this is about their amazing vision.
MANTIS MOTHAFUCKIN SHRIMP