chateau-de-luxe:


The Grand Ballroom in the Musée d’Orsay
. Paris. Photo by Amber Maitrejean

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chateau-de-luxe:


The Grand Ballroom in the Musée d’Orsay
. Paris. Photo by Amber Maitrejean

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ronbeckdesigns:

Mermaid. Wall Sculpture Commission, by Award Winning Fae Factory Steampunk Chic…
In Stock • $3900 Etsy

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Timestamp: 1406688438

ronbeckdesigns:

Mermaid. Wall Sculpture Commission, by Award Winning Fae Factory Steampunk Chic…
In Stock • $3900 Etsy

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flubberwasanokmovie:

anti-feminists or people that say “i’m not a feminist, i want equality for ALL genders” make me eyeroll so hard that my eyes disappear forever into my skull

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thecoloursofthesea:

What do you want on your dash?

Summer!
Nature!
Colour!

Choose one!

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Timestamp: 1406667161

thecoloursofthesea:

What do you want on your dash?

Summer!
Nature!
Colour!

Choose one!

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harvestheart:

The snake caterpillar uses a clever disguise to ward off predators.

Photo by Daniel Janzen/Janzen.UPenn.edu/Caters News 

A caterpillar in Costa Rica uses a unique disguise to ward off predators and the costume is quite striking, as is its response should it be approached.

The caterpillar cleverly camouflages itself as a slithering snake and comes with a head that looks like a snake. The snake caterpillar, in its larval state before becoming a moth, will also strike harmlessly if approached, just as a snake would, with the exception of a potential bite.

The bug creates the illusion of looking like a dangerous reptile by expanding parts at the end of its body.

Daniel Janzen, a professor of biology at the University of Pennsylvania, took the photos you see here while cataloguing caterpillars in the Area de Conservacion Guanacaste, Costa Rica. 

http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/nature/post/caterpillar-appears-snake-camouflage/

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Timestamp: 1406666987

harvestheart:

The snake caterpillar uses a clever disguise to ward off predators.

Photo by Daniel Janzen/Janzen.UPenn.edu/Caters News 

A caterpillar in Costa Rica uses a unique disguise to ward off predators and the costume is quite striking, as is its response should it be approached.

The caterpillar cleverly camouflages itself as a slithering snake and comes with a head that looks like a snake. The snake caterpillar, in its larval state before becoming a moth, will also strike harmlessly if approached, just as a snake would, with the exception of a potential bite.

The bug creates the illusion of looking like a dangerous reptile by expanding parts at the end of its body.

Daniel Janzen, a professor of biology at the University of Pennsylvania, took the photos you see here while cataloguing caterpillars in the Area de Conservacion Guanacaste, Costa Rica. 

http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/nature/post/caterpillar-appears-snake-camouflage/

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