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aibby:

MY FINALS THIS SEMESTER ARE DONE!

Good luck to everyone still writing exams!

GACKT LESSON 1: Teaching his young nephew

rockingmelon:

G: I was sitting there smoking. I used to smoke at that time.

Then my nephew asked :

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 (Is it yummy?)

Then I corrected him: 

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*(A politer version)  

 If I do that, eventually he will learn how to speak politely.

*Adding “desu ka” instead of “no” will make it sound politer

kyarychan:

[11:17 AM] I’m a tooth brushing soldier RT @xoxKAKOxox: @pamyurin Soldier Kyary is so cute 🌟

kyarychan:

[11:17 AMI’m a tooth brushing soldier RT @xoxKAKOxox@pamyurin Soldier Kyary is so cute 🌟

for-science-sake:

Sea Pens are located in oceans all over the world in a variety of colours and have fossils dating back to the Burgess Shale.

Despite their plant-like appearance and lack of movement, they are actually a community of organisms living together in each organism; with different regions being responsible for a function such as filtration, reproduction and feeding. These are also able to be kept in aquariums but are very difficult to care for.   

izzy-the-fish-girl:

New knifefish genus and species discovered
A new genus and species of electric knifefish has been discovered in several shallow tributaries of the Rio Negro in Brazil.
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA), Brazil, describe the new Bluntnose knifefish, Procerusternarchus pixuna, in the current issue of the journal Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.Their paper offers details about the new genus and species’ anatomy, range, relationship to other fish, salient features of its skeleton, coloration, electric organs and patterns of electric organ discharge (EOD). These fish produce electric discharges in distinct pulses that can be detected by some other fish.
(Read more) Practical Fishkeeping   ||   Photo credit: UMass at Amherst

izzy-the-fish-girl:

New knifefish genus and species discovered

A new genus and species of electric knifefish has been discovered in several shallow tributaries of the Rio Negro in Brazil.

Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA), Brazil, describe the new Bluntnose knifefish, Procerusternarchus pixuna, in the current issue of the journal Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.

Their paper offers details about the new genus and species’ anatomy, range, relationship to other fish, salient features of its skeleton, coloration, electric organs and patterns of electric organ discharge (EOD). These fish produce electric discharges in distinct pulses that can be detected by some other fish.

(Read more) Practical Fishkeeping   ||   Photo credit: UMass at Amherst

fuckyeahaquaria:

Harbor Seal | Phoca vitulina
(by divindk)

fuckyeahaquaria:

Harbor Seal | Phoca vitulina

(by divindk)

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