I would just like to show you all the best Cosplay at Emerald City Comicon. All other cosplays can go home.
sooo cute. wish I could have gone. she is precious.
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This is a baby stoat. It doesn’t need to attack other animals for food. It just gets within full range of the prey’s gaze and said prey is slain instantly from the power of cute.
Yeah, pretty much that.
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Everything I knew about Latula is that she’s “Terezi, but way more rad”, which is kinda interesting because I couldn’t imagine someone radder than Terezi. Latula’s, like, RADglare? For some reason I pictured her with skateboard long before update
I made two versions of animation - with and without glasses, just in case.
…And what’s that horrible thing next to them?
Well that’s byodra, thank this guy. Hussie used it. Your argument is invalid.
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I messed up on the scars and ran out of grey near the end but I spent way to much time on this so goddamnit im posting it. fight me.
can i just say if there were ever a live action homestuck movie
not that that would ever be a good idea i wish for you to play gamzeE
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oh MY GOD THIS IS SO CUTE IM FALLING DOWN INTO AN ABYSS NEVER TO RETURN WHAT DO I DO
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Flapjack Octopus (Opisthoteuthis californiana)
This species has been reported off Eureka Bar, California, at 350 m. It is also known from Japan, off Kashima-Nada, at 530–560 m. Nesis (1982/87) reports it from the Bering Sea to the Sea of Okhotsk to off central Honshū in the northwestern Pacific and to off southern California in the northeastern Pacific.
Species of Opisthoteuthis are the most compressed, in the anterior-posterior axis, of any cephalopod. This flattened appearance gives them the common name of flapjack or pancake devilfish. Species are thought to be primarily benthic although they are capable of swimming and in some species the swimming may be an important component of their pouncing on minute prey. As in other cirrates, most species are poorly known…
(read more: Wikipedia)
(photo: Ed Bowlby, NOAA/Olympic Coast NMS; NOAA/OAR/Office of Ocean Exploration)
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Anonymous asked: Have you met Heiresses that your ancestor culled?
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