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kingsleyyy:

I like to hangout with people that make me forget to look at my phone

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steptoe:

do you ever talk to someone and feel really happy no matter how shit the conversation is

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Mountainscape of the Rongme Ngatra | reurinkjan, posted by mstrkrftz
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ghostphotographs:

All of us
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ghostphotographs:

All of us

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superwhohannilockpotter:

I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.

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amnhnyc:

Sewellel (Mountain Beaver) - August Morning, Mount Rainier, Washington
Neither a beaver nor a high-mountain dweller, the sewellel is a rather singular animal. It’s the last living member of a once-successful family of rodents called the Aplodontiidae. The sewellel is a “living fossil,” showing primitive skeletal features that other rodents have lost. Its kidneys are also unusual: they are inefficient at maintaining the body’s water balance. Thus the sewellel needs to live close to water so it can drink a lot—a third of its weight in water per day. 
This diorama is located in the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals.
Aug 17, 2014 / 284 notes

amnhnyc:

Sewellel (Mountain Beaver)August Morning, Mount Rainier, Washington

Neither a beaver nor a high-mountain dweller, the sewellel is a rather singular animal. It’s the last living member of a once-successful family of rodents called the Aplodontiidae. The sewellel is a “living fossil,” showing primitive skeletal features that other rodents have lost. Its kidneys are also unusual: they are inefficient at maintaining the body’s water balance. Thus the sewellel needs to live close to water so it can drink a lot—a third of its weight in water per day. 

This diorama is located in the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals.

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spadenightmaren:

what if your phobias are based off how you died in a past life

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kohler:

Explore our Northern Roots kitchen.
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textless:

I look forward to finding these every summer.  Each little flower looks like an elephant’s head, with ears and a trunk.

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