just another dead rat

Oliver, 25, Copenhagen.
Nerdy shit and animals. Sometimes I make gifs.

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thegrassygnoll:

Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta) - Nature Photographer

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tiny-creatures:

Roughie by Kristian Bell on Flickr.

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supermariofuneral:

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batreaux:

unexplained-events:

Tyson the Swan

Tyson will attack you if you come within a two-mile stretch of the Grand Union Canal in Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire. Joe Davies learned this the hard way and capsized.

SOURCE

*headstrong by trapt plays*

A worthy opponent

Fight me

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muffinpines:

*throws paper airplanes made from x-files at scully*

believe

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tiny-creatures:

Ashy Gecko Hatchling by Mike D. Martin on Flickr.

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mindofgemini:

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malformalady:

The Black Dragonfish(Idiacanthus atlanticus) of the Stomiidae family.

I love how this is like a creature from hell but it has like little pink cheeks 

deep sea anime blush stickers

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animalsandlandscapes:

Nile Crocodile by Daniel Botelho

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swagbat:

i want to meet him

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tiny-creatures:

Imantodes cenchoa by Jaime Culebras on Flickr.

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10bullets:

A worldgorger dragon… (by Alejandro Arteaga)

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tiny-creatures:

Mudskipper Fight by Daniel Trim on Flickr.

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#AAAAAAAA
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scienceisbeauty:

Chicken, eggs, tomatoes and pinapple, I never would have thought that this blog would feature rotten food. But even there you can find (some) beauty (especially because the Internet not transmit the smell).

Over a period of nine months, fine art photographer Klaus Pichler turned the bathroom of his studio apartment into a curated collection of plastic containers, each containing food items available to the average citizen of industrialized Europe.

Full history at National Geographic: Visualizing Waste: Klaus Pichler’s Gorgeous, Rotting Food.

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