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Hello I am Jesse and I like some things

bogleech:

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I found the worst thing in the whole discount pharmacy

one of the worst strings of words I have ever read

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realmonstrosities:

Here’s a sweet little siphonophore bobbing around in the deep sea!

Siphonophores are members of the phylum Cnidaria, like jellyfish, sea anemones and corals.

They’re colonial animals. What you see here is not one, single individual, but an entire army of sea anemones and jellyfish all stuck together.

The sea anemones (or polyps) are at the bottom and use their stinging tentacles to catch food.

The jellyfish (or medusae) are at the top, where they pulse and beat away so that the whole gang can get around.

The Golden Horde is back! And this time they’re kinda cute.

…Video: Inner Space Centre

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weloveshortvideos:

When you hit the blunt before you go on the air… 

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slime-minister:

bogleech:

So that was from Shadowgate but what the hell are these beautiful things

All I know is “some sort of Japanese pc game”

i NEED to know what these are from *begins obsessive internetting”  

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estupidin:

I’ve always liked jellyfish, even tho they can be scary as hell sometimes.

Skelejelly

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siryl:

cleaoba:

siryl:

This appears on various folklore and cryptozoology sites as an illustration of a bunyip.  None I can find credit an artist or source.  It has a 19th century look to it, but that’s just speculation.
If you know who the artist is or where to find a higher quality copy of this image, please reblog with info.

i have no idea if you’re still looking for the artist or the source, but two sites say this is a piece by an ainslie roberts! this is his wikipedia, and site. he has lots of interesting works, and this piece was in a book called Bunyips: Australia’s folklore of fear. i don’t know much else but if you want i found a cute site about bunyips too.

After months without answers, two bloggers recognized the art on the same day.  Dotesmite identified this as one of the interior illustrations in The Dawn of Time, a book of indigenous Australian myths by Charles P. Mountsford first published in 1969.

siryl:

cleaoba:

siryl:

This appears on various folklore and cryptozoology sites as an illustration of a bunyip.  None I can find credit an artist or source.  It has a 19th century look to it, but that’s just speculation.

If you know who the artist is or where to find a higher quality copy of this image, please reblog with info.

i have no idea if you’re still looking for the artist or the source, but two sites say this is a piece by an ainslie roberts! this is his wikipedia, and site. he has lots of interesting works, and this piece was in a book called Bunyips: Australia’s folklore of fear. i don’t know much else but if you want i found a cute site about bunyips too.

After months without answers, two bloggers recognized the art on the same day.  Dotesmite identified this as one of the interior illustrations in The Dawn of Time, a book of indigenous Australian myths by Charles P. Mountsford first published in 1969.