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Peregrination

“We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls.” ― Anaïs Nin




"Otters have a skin flap that forms a pocket so they can keep their favorite rock with them. They use this rock to break open mollusks when eating. Some otters go their entire lives carrying the same rock!” source
italdred:

Rome - 2005 (by Lucas Clauser)
askepticaldesigner:

(via Just an Illusion # 327)
askepticaldesigner:

(via Just an Illusion # 327)
askepticaldesigner:

(via Just an Illusion # 327)
retrogasm:

From my favorite Facebook page Christians for Michele Bachmann
gulfs:

beatrice wood

earth-song:

endangereduglythings:

whatthefauna:

The sawfish uses its long, toothed rostrum not for killing, but for immobilizing. Also known as the carpenter shark, its nose is covered in electrosensitive pores that detect small movements in the water. When it detects food nearby, the shark slashes its nose through the water to stun prey long enough to gobble it up.

Image credit: Elyse Booth

The rostrum is a lot more maneuverable than I thought. Look at it juggle that fish into its mouth.

Fucking ALSOME! Nature is great!

affably:

Backbone by Heather Gabel