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ifuckingloveminerals:

As pretty as Brazilian amethyst vugs are, they are still full of crystals. Cleaning this thing would be like trying to floss a Megalodon. Whoever came up with the idea is an evil genius.

ifuckingloveminerals:

As pretty as Brazilian amethyst vugs are, they are still full of crystals. Cleaning this thing would be like trying to floss a Megalodon. Whoever came up with the idea is an evil genius.

brutalgeneration:

untitled by hello hand on Flickr.

brutalgeneration:

untitled by hello hand on Flickr.

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yutoube:

boy, i sure enjoy watching sports. when they throw the ball? classic

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(Source: architags, via ballbusta)

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"I am selfish, private and easily bored. Will this be a problem?"

- Neil Gaiman, A Study in Emerald (via krolewien)

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apupy:

prettyhorses:

痛いニュース(ノ∀`) : 【画像】 「次からAKBの握手会はこうなるに違いない」画像がネットで話題に - ライブドアブログ

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apupy:

prettyhorses:

痛いニュース(ノ∀`) : 【画像】 「次からAKBの握手会はこうなるに違いない」画像がネットで話題に - ライブドアブログ

touch

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thehumanmarshmallow:

plant-a-day:

Sensitive Plant

Mimosa pudica

"Pudica" is the Latin word for "shy" or "bashful," which is an apt description of the sensitive "Touch-Me-Not." Native to South and Central America, this shade-lover often grows as a weed under trees and shrubs. It is popular among collectors as a specimen plant worldwide, because of its unique sensitivity to touch.

The foliage retracts when touched to prevent consumption by herbivores, and it also exhibits nyctinastic movement, meaning its circadian rhythms affect its leafs to close at night, and re-open during the day. 

This trait is present in many other members of the legume family as well.

You can buy seeds for this plant and grow it yourself:

Canada / USA / UK & Europe / Worldwide

——

- biodiverseed

I loved these since I was a wee lad

(via jellycough)

peripheralstars:

You’re welcome world ❌⭕️❌⭕️

peripheralstars:

You’re welcome world ❌⭕️❌⭕️

this-is-letter27:

Macro bee portraits by Sam Droege.

Used to distinguish and catalog the thousands of bee species in North America.

via Hoploid

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