travelingcolors:

Floating Ripple Vases (by oodesign)

Fill your favorite container with water and float the vase. According to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.

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billiondollarbooty:

jeffreymann:

White Blue Peacock

This bird is a crossbreed between blue and white peacocks. The result is one spectacular creature. 

wow, I haven’t seen such a dramatic display of genetic mosaicism before.

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malformalady:

A vivid turquoise blue Chrysocolla exterior has been partially polished to reveal an amazing interior of velvety concentric bands of darker and lighter green chatoyant Malachite. Origin: Congo

malformalady:

A vivid turquoise blue Chrysocolla exterior has been partially polished to reveal an amazing interior of velvety concentric bands of darker and lighter green chatoyant Malachite. Origin: Congo

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the-sarcastic-robot:

a-naive-british-love-affair:

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you lit a whole pack of birthday candles at once? Because I did

That is the most metal looking cupcake ever

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absurd-person-singular:

this is the best thing ive ever seen

That poor dog by the end is like, "Hu… human please… please, I cannot…..Hu.. Human?"

But all aside, very cute :) .

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rhamphotheca:

The Transvaal Short-headed Frog aka Blaasop or Rainfrog, Breviceps adspersus, is a common burrowing frog native to southern Africa. It has a round, globular body with a small head and short, robust limbs. When disturbed it inflates its body, assuming a balloon-like appearance, and excretes a sticky toxic substance from its skin. Because of the greater size or rather globular female, the male must glue himself to the female’s back during mating. The female then burrows into the ground with the male stuck to her… More about this species: Encyclopedia of LoifeImage by Jens Reissig and Sean Thomas via CapeSnakes

… Another species I can’t help but find utterly hilarious.

rhamphotheca:

The Transvaal Short-headed Frog aka Blaasop or Rainfrog, Breviceps adspersus, is a common burrowing frog native to southern Africa. It has a round, globular body with a small head and short, robust limbs. When disturbed it inflates its body, assuming a balloon-like appearance, and excretes a sticky toxic substance from its skin. Because of the greater size or rather globular female, the male must glue himself to the female’s back during mating. The female then burrows into the ground with the male stuck to her…

More about this species: Encyclopedia of Loife

Image by Jens Reissig and Sean Thomas via CapeSnakes

… Another species I can’t help but find utterly hilarious.

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I’m thinking armadillos must have just amazing abs.

I’m thinking armadillos must have just amazing abs.

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