reptiliaherps:

wysteriaa:

murphybrooke:

thatonemexicanperson:

kookootegu:

hissssssss:

fimbry:

scalestails:

rainbowsnakes:

reptiliaherps:

"Most girls that like snakes and weird animals are ugly" pardon me while I put my snake on my face to demonstrate the several fucks that none of us give

Allow me to join you with my snake scarf and lack of fucks 





I don’t think I’d have a face left if I did what you guys were doing, but I want to play anyway.


don’t give even one tiny little fuck


NEIGH HOY MENOY

I was gonna reblog this either way but that last one made me want to reblog it even more

WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU ALL

SNAKES ARE FUCKING TERRIFYING NO THEY AREN’T PETS THEY’RE EVIL AND THEY PLOT YOUR DEATH WHILE YOU SLEEP AT NIGHT SAVE YOURSELF PLEASE

That’s extremely rude to say about an animal that does literally nothing but continuously contribute to the ecosystem all over the world. If I move my hand too quickly both of my snakes will shield their head and hide from me— that’s hardly a plot for my death. Furthermore, regardless of your personal opinions on snakes, it is so so so disrespectful and rude of you to talk like that about my pets and about their pets. You can hate snakes all you want, but I love my animals to death and they have provided me happiness every day.
Grow the fuck up.

reptiliaherps:

wysteriaa:

murphybrooke:

thatonemexicanperson:

kookootegu:

hissssssss:

fimbry:

scalestails:

rainbowsnakes:

reptiliaherps:

"Most girls that like snakes and weird animals are ugly" pardon me while I put my snake on my face to demonstrate the several fucks that none of us give

Allow me to join you with my snake scarf and lack of fucks 

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I don’t think I’d have a face left if I did what you guys were doing, but I want to play anyway.

don’t give even one tiny little fuck

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NEIGH HOY MENOY

I was gonna reblog this either way but that last one made me want to reblog it even more

WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU ALL

SNAKES ARE FUCKING TERRIFYING NO THEY AREN’T PETS THEY’RE EVIL AND THEY PLOT YOUR DEATH WHILE YOU SLEEP AT NIGHT SAVE YOURSELF PLEASE

That’s extremely rude to say about an animal that does literally nothing but continuously contribute to the ecosystem all over the world. If I move my hand too quickly both of my snakes will shield their head and hide from me— that’s hardly a plot for my death. Furthermore, regardless of your personal opinions on snakes, it is so so so disrespectful and rude of you to talk like that about my pets and about their pets. You can hate snakes all you want, but I love my animals to death and they have provided me happiness every day.

Grow the fuck up.

cosplayinamerica:

"Nerd Guys Shut Down The ‘Fake Geek Girl’ Myth With The Kind Of Logic Spock Would Be Proud Of" http://youtu.be/k8LFfDbPmD42 

"And how hard is it to land even a minimum-wage job? This year, the Ivy League college admissions acceptance rate was 8.9%. Last year, when Walmart opened its first store in Washington, D.C., there were more than 23,000 applications for 600 jobs, which resulted in an acceptance rate of 2.6%, making the big box store about twice as selective as Harvard and five times as choosy as Cornell. Telling unemployed people to get off their couches (or out of the cars they live in or the shelters where they sleep) and get a job makes as much sense as telling them to go study at Harvard."

"Why Don’t the Unemployed Get Off Their Couches?" and Eight Other Critical Questions for Americans

(via seriouslyamerica)

This article is just one long series of scary truths 

(via leinton)

I need to pass this along to my parents next time they point out getting a job is as easy as “Just go around to all the stores you want to work at and ask if they have any openings you can fill out an application for; odds are one of them will hire you.”  It may have worked when they were recent college grads, but that’s not how landing an entry-level job work anymore in the United States.

gothiccharmschool:

minim-calibre:

parliamentrook:

ossuariajewelry:

New piece posted today, and it’s quite the show stopper! It’s made entirely of buzzard bones and utilizes about 50% of the skeleton. Check it out over at www.ossuaria.com!

tumblr actually threw a recommended post onto my dash that I was happy to see! lovely work

meep

This is gorgeous, and I wants it.

Reblogging this information again, because it is important.  The bones in the (very beautiful) necklace are described as “buzzard…a Texas carrion bird,” which implies either the Black Vulture or Turkey Vulture.  Both species are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and it is illegal to possess, buy, or sell any part of the bird in the United States. Please educate yourself about the laws regarding wildlife in your area before buying or selling ANYTHING made out of animal parts.  If you are a vendor, clearly and accurately identify any animal products you are selling by the actual species name.  The other jewelry pieces made from birds (grackle feet, possibly the duck mandibles and turkey, depending on whether they were wild or domestic) are also protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and depending on what state you live in, some of the mammal and reptile skeletons may also be illegal to purchase.  For example, it is illegal to possess parts of an Alligator Snapping Turtle in Arkansas, and California has a particularly extensive list of animals whose parts you are prohibited from owning, buying, or selling—including the python necklace, depending on what species of ‘python’ is comes from.  You should always check your local Fish & Wildlife website or call regarding laws before picking up or purchasing any wild animal parts—in many states, you even need a salvage permit to collect roadkill or other dead animal parts you may find.  Some of these laws may seem extremely restrictive, but they exist to protect the animals in question, since it is difficult to prove you did not harm the original owner of that eagle feather or wolf skull, or turtle shell, etc that you found.  Two website resources you can use to learn about the legality of animal parts in your area in addition to your state Fish & Wildlife department are http://www.thegreenwolf.com/animal-parts-laws/ and http://www.animallaw.info/

gothiccharmschool:

minim-calibre:

parliamentrook:

ossuariajewelry:

New piece posted today, and it’s quite the show stopper! It’s made entirely of buzzard bones and utilizes about 50% of the skeleton. Check it out over at www.ossuaria.com!

tumblr actually threw a recommended post onto my dash that I was happy to see! lovely work

meep

This is gorgeous, and I wants it.

Reblogging this information again, because it is important.  The bones in the (very beautiful) necklace are described as “buzzard…a Texas carrion bird,” which implies either the Black Vulture or Turkey Vulture.  Both species are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and it is illegal to possess, buy, or sell any part of the bird in the United States. Please educate yourself about the laws regarding wildlife in your area before buying or selling ANYTHING made out of animal parts.  If you are a vendor, clearly and accurately identify any animal products you are selling by the actual species name.  The other jewelry pieces made from birds (grackle feet, possibly the duck mandibles and turkey, depending on whether they were wild or domestic) are also protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and depending on what state you live in, some of the mammal and reptile skeletons may also be illegal to purchase.  For example, it is illegal to possess parts of an Alligator Snapping Turtle in Arkansas, and California has a particularly extensive list of animals whose parts you are prohibited from owning, buying, or selling—including the python necklace, depending on what species of ‘python’ is comes from.  You should always check your local Fish & Wildlife website or call regarding laws before picking up or purchasing any wild animal parts—in many states, you even need a salvage permit to collect roadkill or other dead animal parts you may find.  Some of these laws may seem extremely restrictive, but they exist to protect the animals in question, since it is difficult to prove you did not harm the original owner of that eagle feather or wolf skull, or turtle shell, etc that you found.  Two website resources you can use to learn about the legality of animal parts in your area in addition to your state Fish & Wildlife department are http://www.thegreenwolf.com/animal-parts-laws/ and http://www.animallaw.info/

becausebirds:

Long-wattled Umbrellabird. This bird has a nice p…lumage.

becausebirds:

Long-wattled Umbrellabird. This bird has a nice p…lumage.

thebrainscoop:

Handheld weapons from the Gilbert Islands, studded with a variety of shark teeth.
DON’T MESS. 

I love shark tooth weapons.  They’re so pretty and resourceful. 

thebrainscoop:

Handheld weapons from the Gilbert Islands, studded with a variety of shark teeth.

DON’T MESS. 

I love shark tooth weapons.  They’re so pretty and resourceful. 

bewareofbird:

avianawareness:

funnynhilariousgif:

Bird with hands »

The hell is this?

It’s a baby Hoatzin.

bewareofbird:

avianawareness:

funnynhilariousgif:

Bird with hands »

The hell is this?

It’s a baby Hoatzin.

killyhawk:

Shopping for clothes when you have big boobs is normally really annoying esp when you like drapey things or want something that cinches at the waist cause you always get stuff like this

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captainamuricasass:

I wanna be

where the people are

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Corvids pulling tails

Fiery Throated Hummingbird

Leinton, this is why we should become volunteer hummingbird banders when I move back to SD.  I wonder if Dallas has anything like the Hummingbird Monitoring Network?

princess-peachie:

The bower bird - artists of the bird species [x]

selfhateandteacakes:

spagka:

gracefthannah:

boys are fucking stupid

this is actually the worst

I’m so fucking furious