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9th April 2014

Photo reblogged from scorpion dagger with 558 notes

Tagged: gifpeepissspringflowerrainwolfanimalnature

8th April 2014

Photo reblogged from kopponigen with 249 notes

Tagged: gorillaanimalnature

Source: daysrunaway

26th March 2014

Photo reblogged from famous last words with 31 notes

I just can’t. Oh the internet.

I just can’t. Oh the internet.

Tagged: freedomeagleamericaanimalnature

Source: speedemon666

16th March 2014

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Via. Vladimir Stankovic on flickr.

Via. Vladimir Stankovic on flickr.

Tagged: batanimalnature

10th March 2014

Photoset reblogged from And The Heat Goes On... with 981 notes

nevver:

The worm has turned, Alexander Semenov

Tagged: Alexander Semenovwormanimalnature

Source: clione.ru

10th March 2014

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Via. Vladimir Stankovic on flickr.

Via. Vladimir Stankovic on flickr.

Tagged: whaleanimalnature

24th February 2014

Photoset reblogged from Kitten Adventures with 347,330 notes

meditacionesofvandals:

que bella y tranquila es la venganza de la naturaleza.

Tagged: prettyphotographynature

Source: amroyounes

25th January 2014

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Tagged: sting rayanimalnaturewtf

14th January 2014

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Via. Gwendal Uguen on flickr.

Via. Gwendal Uguen on flickr.

Tagged: horseanimalnature

5th January 2014

Photo reblogged from FACT: Spiders are Adorable with 275 notes

adorablespiders:

Hasselt’s Spiny Spider (Gasteracantha hasseltii)
image source

adorablespiders:

Hasselt’s Spiny Spider (Gasteracantha hasseltii)

image source

Tagged: Hasselt’s Spiny Spiderspideranimalinsectnature

7th December 2013

Photo reblogged from Scientific Illustration with 100 notes

griseus:

Not strictly speaking sharks, Echinochimaera (left) and Belantsea (bull-ANT-see-uh)) were both very strange Chondrithychians from carboniferous, in the famous Bear Gulch formation in Montana. 
art by Steven White (Sharkeytrike)

griseus:

Not strictly speaking sharks, Echinochimaera (left) and Belantsea (bull-ANT-see-uh)were both very strange Chondrithychians from carboniferous, in the famous Bear Gulch formation in Montana. 

Tagged: EchinochimaeraBelantseaChondrithychianBear GulchSteven Whiteanimalnaturefish

Source: griseus

15th November 2013

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Via. Sehe. on flickr.

Via. Sehe. on flickr.

Tagged: mothanimalinsectnaturedrawing

10th November 2013

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Via. Carlito Juanito on flickr.

Via. Carlito Juanito on flickr.

Tagged: animalnaturemoonarchitecture

4th November 2013

Photo with 2 notes

Via. Vladimir Stankovic on flickr

Via. Vladimir Stankovic on flickr

Tagged: animalnaturealienmartianmonsterfish

23rd September 2013

Photo reblogged from jaguar esq with 1,058 notes

Tagged: batvampire batbloodtongueanimalnaturegif

Source: spaceghostzombie