Nick Hart @ Deep Roots Tattoo in Seattle, WA
What happens to cats in zero gravity ? more educational gifs«
OH GOD THOSE POOR BABIES i am sobbing i am laughing so hard
In the last pic the cat is all “oh thank god I found ground NO WAIT COME BACK GROUND”
THOSE POOR BABIES OMG WHY AM I LAUGHING AT THIS
man imagine aliens w no concept of interspecies cooperation or pets
'commander the scan of this shelter reveals three primary lifeforms'
'excellent. elaborate please'
'all mammals. two quadrupeds, one feline and one canine, as well as one biped sapien. they appear to be… relaxing and eating in a shared space'
'what the fuck'
imagine these guys trying to be really polite about it because for some reason the bipeds really enjoy harboring these strange freeloading carnivores. an alien warlord meeting some diplomat’s cat and being all tentatively like ‘ah… yes. your parasite is remarkably large and complacent. you are no doubt a very well-used host and oh my stars don’t let it touch me no no NO.’
NEW SPECIES: the Bolivian Golden Bat
Myotis midastactus has very short, yellow-gold fur
and is thought to live only in Bolivia
A golden bat from Bolivia has been described as a new species by scientists. Myotis midastactus had previously been classified as another bat found in South America called Myotis simus. But examination of a collection of museum specimens suggested the existence of a different species, thought to live only in Bolivia.
Its most distinctive characteristic is its golden-yellow, very short and woolly fur. This bright colouration - which is unique among New World Myotis species - earned the bat its new name midastactus, after the Greek legend of King Midas and his golden touch.
There are over 100 species of Myotis - or mouse-eared bats - in the world.
when your obsessive special interest suddenly changes and your blog followers are like wtf this isn’t what i signed up for
person: whats your major?
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what college you going to?
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