this poor little thing is trying desperately to reach its antennae to clean them but its legs are so short
An Amorphoscelis mantis is distinguished by a very long “tail” ending in a set of flaps (flashed as a threat display), a short thorax and extremely small forelimbs, basically the exact opposite of a normal mantid’s anatomy!
Instead of sitting around waiting like their cousins, they apparently chase down prey at lightning speed.
snk chapter 55 post
i go to the school library a lot and i usually bring my 3ds so i end up streetpassing the same people many times, and one time some guy i streetpassed wrote a personal greeting “grab some tea” and now i can’t stop thinking
how did he know my opaque thermos that i bring to the library was full of tea…… because it IS full of tea…… i did grab some tea. or wait then how did he know it was me with the opaque thermos secretly full of tea……. although i think my mii looks pretty similar to real me…… except i always wear my hair up and my mii’s hair is down………………………………………………………………………..
Holy shit. Zenpencils knocks it out of the park with this one. Such an inspirational quote, packaged so beautifully.
|—||I challenged my class of chinese students to write a story, with each student adding 2 sentences. This is an exerpt from “THE DEAD FAMILY OF DEATH EVERYONE IS DEAD.” (via nonomella)|
Ordovician Trilobites and brittle stars (Selenopeltis & Ophiuroidea).
Katoua Formation. Mecissi, Morocco
I have watched 2:40 hours of pingu so far.
I am creating a compilation of every NOOT NOOT in the entire series.
I am destroying myself.
This is it so far.
What is this satiny boop? Behold the Golden Mole, native of the Namib desert. You are looking at the front end. It swims blind through the dunes at night and comes out to blunder into grasses (which it detects by vibration) and munch on ants and other tasty things it finds there.
(the article is adorable by the way)
Rare solid black Opal specimen