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Is that bow taped onto that snake
I’m pretty sure that’s kind of a fuckin’ bad thing to do
u fuckin serious m8 it was literally a pencil eraser sized boop of double sided tape gently laid on her head so the bow would stay on
i promise you my twelve foot long, 30-pound burmese python survived a boop of tape to the noggin
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There are two kinds of parrots…
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we saw this seal and thank god my camera has such an amazing zoom because theres no way we couldve gotten any closer without scaring it away.
The Portuguese Man-of-War is infamous for its painful sting, but one photographer finds the beauty inside this animal’s dangerous embrace.
The vibrant hues and ethereal body of the Portuguese man-of-war entice people to take a closer look, but beware - to those who draw too near, this delicate creature delivers a painful sting.
Being built like a glass-blown ship at full sail is what gave the man-of-war its nautical name. It’s also what enables the creatures to go where the wind takes them - even when that means foundering on the beach. This is where professional photographer Aaron Ansarov encounters them.
A retired combat photographer for the U.S. Navy, Ansarov has been collecting and photographing man-of-wars from a local Florida beach for the past two years now. “It’s an opportunity to explore a new world,” he says, and part of a wider photo project Ansarov started after he left the military in 2007. (Read about his project in National Geographic magazine.)
Read more - and view more photos and video - here.
Text credit: Jane J. Lee
Photo credit: Aaron Ansarov
Source: National Geographic
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Sara Lynn Cramb
The Squid and the Whale
(an unlikely love story)
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A phone case that looks like a gigantic isopod. I have no words.
Oh my god
Well nobody would try to steal it, that’s for sure.
army of snoots
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