Want to stick out from all of the sexy cats and sexy nurses? Try going as one of these!
- Sexy volvox colony
- Sexy planaria
- Sexy formal lab report
- Sexy axolotl
- Sexy microscope
- Sexy dissection specimen
- Sexy tunicate
- Sexy chloroplast
If someone draws these, I will be so happy.
Sir David Attenborough demonstrates the accuracy of the Mozambique Spitting Cobra’s venom streams by wearing a chemically treated visor that makes the venom turn purple on contact.
From Life in Cold Blood
DAVID ATTENBOROUGH IS MORE HARDCORE THAN ANY DOCUMENTARIAN CAN POSSIBLY IMAGINE.
DID CARL SAGAN DO ANYTHING LIKE THIS SHIT? I THOUGHT NOT. BILL NYE? FUCK NO.
BEAR GRILLES IS A PIECE OF SHIT COMPARED TO THIS CARAMEL-VOICED ENGLISH BASTARD.
SIR ATTENBOROUGH IS A BILLION YEARS OLD AND HE WILL NOT STOP. HE IS THE TERMINATOR OF NATURE DOCUMENTARIES. HE’S CLIMBED TO THE TOP OF THE HIGHEST JUNGLE TREE TO LOOK AT LILIES. HE’S SOARED IN THE SKY IN A GLIDER WITH VULTURES. HE CROSSED THE PACIFIC TO SEE WHALES. HE’S EVEN BEEN TO THE BOTTOM OF THE GODDAMN OCEAN TO TALK ABOUT THE SPOOKY-ASS SHIT THAT LIVES DOWN THERE. KILIMANJARO? BEEN THERE. NORTH POLE? BEEN THERE. SAHARA DESERT? BEEN THERE MULTIPLE TIMES. FUCKING VOLCANOES? BEEN AND DONE. FUCKING AUSTRALIA? ENTIRE SHOWS THERE. HE WILL NOT STOP. HE WILL NEVER STOP. NOT UNTIL HIS SMOOTH-ASS FATHERLY VOICE AS TAUGHT US ALL ABOUT ALL THE NATURE FOREVER.
Two kinds of people:
People who took the news of feathered dinosaurs like this:
And those who took it like this:
I hate it when people say “science ruined dinosaurs” as though dinosaurs are just some pop culture monster invention and not real things that existed and that we are continuing to make new discoveries about
I’ve caught 17 out of the 20 required insects and it’s getting harder to find insects since we can only have three per order (and since some are off limits). So here are the questions I have (I live in Northern California, just so that adds some reference or whatever):
- Where are good places to find beetles? I used to come across ladybugs all of the time when I was little but now I can’t seem to find any (even though a few people in my class have found them).
- Does anyone have any general insect-catching tips? I’ve already caught all of the “easy” ones, like a housefly, a spotted cucumber beetle, some butterflies and moths, etc.
- Are there stick bugs in Northern California? I don’t even know. -_-
- Does anyone have tips for catching Jerusalem crickets? We definitely have some around here, but I can never find any.
- Does anyone have tips for catching water skaters/pond skimmers (or whatever you call them)?
Okay, I just really like planaria. No one will ever understand.
Seriously, look how cute they are! Their little photosensitive eyespots make them look like cute little cartoons! ^_^
I’m trying to get a wide variety of animal people to follow this blog so that we can all help each other identify different species! Please follow if you are interested in:
- Marine biology
- Or any other animal-related things!
Thank you! =)