grimmfaced asked:

banana popsicles + jasmine tea

banana popsicles: 1 memory i have of you

the time you made me write amnesia: the dark descent fanfiction of daniel and the tinderbox. never forget.

jasmine tea: an unpopular opinion that i have 

"adaptation," the 2002 film in which nicolas cage plays twins and which features multiple cringeworthy nic cage masturbation scenes, is an unironically incredible piece of postmodern cinema and is drastically underappreciated even among nic cage fans.

these are the cutest omg please

  • redbean ice cream: ideal partner
  • greenbean Popsicle: smth im jealous of
  • mochi ice cream: what i look for in a friend
  • banana popsicles: 1 memory i have of you
  • mango ice cream: a tumblr ship
  • strawberri froyo: top 3 insecurites
  • mint choco froyo: 3 things im proud of
  • cookies and cream froyo: 3 things you can do to make me automatically like you
  • vanilla: how i found your blog
  • orange ice cream: something ive always wanted to tell you
  • green tea ice cream: a blog that reminds me of yours
  • jasmine tea: an unpopular opinion that i have
  • orange tea: a secret that i've kept
  • oolong tea: my first love
  • strawberry tea: favourite outfit
  • milk tea: current fashion obsession
  • bubble tea: fashion pet peeve
  • strawberry iced tea: your best feature
ichthyologist:

Mud-Puddling Butterflies
To supplements salts and amino acids, many species of butterfly drink water from mud or rotting matter. This is because nectar lacks many of the minerals and nutrients needed for proper physiological functioning. Some species even supplement their nutrients with dung or carrion.
Geoff Gallice, chinmayisk on Flickr
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ichthyologist:

Mud-Puddling Butterflies
To supplements salts and amino acids, many species of butterfly drink water from mud or rotting matter. This is because nectar lacks many of the minerals and nutrients needed for proper physiological functioning. Some species even supplement their nutrients with dung or carrion.
Geoff Gallice, chinmayisk on Flickr
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ichthyologist:

Mud-Puddling Butterflies
To supplements salts and amino acids, many species of butterfly drink water from mud or rotting matter. This is because nectar lacks many of the minerals and nutrients needed for proper physiological functioning. Some species even supplement their nutrients with dung or carrion.
Geoff Gallice, chinmayisk on Flickr
Zoom Info

ichthyologist:

Mud-Puddling Butterflies

To supplements salts and amino acids, many species of butterfly drink water from mud or rotting matter. This is because nectar lacks many of the minerals and nutrients needed for proper physiological functioning. Some species even supplement their nutrients with dung or carrion.

Geoff Gallice, chinmayisk on Flickr

griseus:

The spotted handfish (Brachionichthys hirsutus), an amazing creature that walks the ocean floor, is a rare Australian fish from the family Brachionichthyidae. It is classified as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List 2002. is the first Australian marine species to be threatened with extinction.
The greatest threats to the handfish appear to be siltation and invasive species. The Derwent Estuary where the fish lives is highly urbanised and industrialised, and a range of marine pests have been introduced through shipping.  One key pest is the Northern Pacific Seastar (Asterias amurensis), a particularly large and voracious predator that is now abundant in the estuary. Studies by CSIRO show that the seastars eat the stalked ascidians that the handfish use to attach their eggs.
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griseus:

The spotted handfish (Brachionichthys hirsutus), an amazing creature that walks the ocean floor, is a rare Australian fish from the family Brachionichthyidae. It is classified as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List 2002. is the first Australian marine species to be threatened with extinction.
The greatest threats to the handfish appear to be siltation and invasive species. The Derwent Estuary where the fish lives is highly urbanised and industrialised, and a range of marine pests have been introduced through shipping.  One key pest is the Northern Pacific Seastar (Asterias amurensis), a particularly large and voracious predator that is now abundant in the estuary. Studies by CSIRO show that the seastars eat the stalked ascidians that the handfish use to attach their eggs.
video CSIROpublishing
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griseus:

The spotted handfish (Brachionichthys hirsutus), an amazing creature that walks the ocean floor, is a rare Australian fish from the family Brachionichthyidae. It is classified as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List 2002. is the first Australian marine species to be threatened with extinction.

The greatest threats to the handfish appear to be siltation and invasive species. The Derwent Estuary where the fish lives is highly urbanised and industrialised, and a range of marine pests have been introduced through shipping.  One key pest is the Northern Pacific Seastar (Asterias amurensis), a particularly large and voracious predator that is now abundant in the estuary. Studies by CSIRO show that the seastars eat the stalked ascidians that the handfish use to attach their eggs.