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infinity-imagined:

MRI scans of a Human brain.

(via science-is)

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de-preciated:

 Steen-Creek-Muskeg0039 (by dristis-mudra) 

Jackpot Ck, Steen Area, Northern Alberta, Canada

de-preciated:

Steen-Creek-Muskeg0039 (by dristis-mudra)
Jackpot Ck, Steen Area, Northern Alberta, Canada 

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mothernaturenetwork:

Zoo animals rip jeans to raise money for conservationLions, tigers and bears were enlisted to earnestly shred denim at Japan’s Kamine Zoo, creating material for ‘distressed’ blue jeans to be auctioned on behalf of the zoo and the World Wildlife Fund.

mothernaturenetwork:

Zoo animals rip jeans to raise money for conservation
Lions, tigers and bears were enlisted to earnestly shred denim at Japan’s Kamine Zoo, creating material for ‘distressed’ blue jeans to be auctioned on behalf of the zoo and the World Wildlife Fund.

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I should have loved myself with the love I gave to you. 11 word story (via pillsand-coffee)

(Source: t0xic-roses, via provee)

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A healthy relationship is one where two independent people just make a deal that they will help make the other person the best version of themselves. (via -meganb-)

(Source: psych-quotes, via pastdense)

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natgeofound:

A kitten aboard a floating Victoria water lily pad in the Philippines, 1935.Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

A kitten aboard a floating Victoria water lily pad in the Philippines, 1935.Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, National Geographic Creative

(via itshardtofindafriend)

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zooborns:

It’s Pool Time for Oregon Zoo’s Baby Elephant

Lily, a one-and-a-half-year-old Asian Elephant, enjoyed some splash time with the entire herd this week at the Oregon Zoo.

Learn more at Zooborns.

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textless:

This is only the second time I have ever seen a pink grasshopper, and the first time I’ve ever gotten a photo of one. 

The pink color is caused by a recessive gene similar to the one that causes albinism.  It was hopping around on a hill at Curecanti National Recreation Area, June 2014.

(via asapscience)