Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy.

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crystalmikii:

yamikisara:

manhood:

This animal needs to decide if it wants to be a fish or a butterfly you can’t be both

Is that Rei?

yes


multitudes-inside:

natawhat:

cornerof5thandvermouth:

babygoatsandfriends:

Koalas having an argument.

if you have never heard a koala noise before, here is yr chance

they sound like fuzzy bike horns

I laughed so hard I literally started crying

(via arentijustawesome)


squeakykins:

fireandshellamari:

brutal-pokemon:

jessamygriffith:

smallnightbird:

smallnightbird:

New species of bat found, Niumbaha superba, and it’s adorable.

Oh wow! I’m glad people are as excited about animals as I am. Here’s some additional photos. Fun fact: this bat is so different from others that a new genus was created!


FUZZY FUZZY CUTE CUTE

MARBLE CAKE BAT MARBLE CAKE BAT

What a darling little baby we now have on the earth. ;u;

IT’S A BEE BAT? OR A SKUNK BAT? IDK BUT IT’S CUTE AND I WANT ONE.



One of the many things Bill Nye taught me

viridianeyes:

poeticallyhighdreams:

boobiemun:

The difference between milk snakes and coral snakes is a crucial key to not dying. Coral snakes are extremely dangerous, and despite the low bite ratio, they can and will bite you if you’re not careful. Milk snakes are totally okay and chill. So remember, everyone.

If red touches yellow, you’re a dead fellow

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But if red touches black, you’re okay jack

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I read this as milk shakes and was very confused

(via free-winona)



dynamicoceans:

Sharks have friends! Tristan Guttridge, a behavioral ecologist, “They have individuals that they prefer to follow and have social interactions with.
It makes sense that sharks would take advantage of safety in numbers and create shivers—the shark version of a pack. 
But when they are in captivity—eliminating their need to hunt for food and stay wary of threats—the sharks still made an effort to socialize.
“You don’t often think a shark would be like that—you expect them to be very territorial and aggressive to each other. [Yet] we never see aggression between individuals” of a lemon shark group. [x, x]



creatures-alive:

True Facts About Marsupials by zefrank1



wonderous-world:

Snow Leopard by Margarita Steinhardt 
sleepy themes