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Reblog If You Haver Ever Used One of These Or Just Know What It Is

reblogthings:

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Jared & Jensen Season 9 Promo Shoot (pt 2)

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sunnyfashawn:

dirtylittledamsel:

this is literally mario kart

LMAO. WHY IS THIS SO F U N N Y 

sunnyfashawn:

dirtylittledamsel:

this is literally mario kart

LMAO. WHY IS THIS SO F U N N Y 

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mishawinsexster:

Supernatural Dramatic Zooms: A Comprehensive History

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expressions-of-nature:

Svinafellsjökull : Maurice Lepetit

expressions-of-nature:

Svinafellsjökull : Maurice Lepetit
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rumbleraven:

I only have two pair of pants.

rumbleraven:

I only have two pair of pants.

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hyroku:

Quicksilver’s mind: Wait… hold on…

Erik: Shit.

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rhamphotheca:

Conservation: Crowdsourcing the Olinguito

via: Smithsonian Science

One year ago, the olinguito (Bassaricyon neblina) stepped out of the forest shadows into the spotlight and onto the pages of science—the first carnivore species in the Americas to do so in 35 years. However, while the discovery offered an official identity, the olinguito still remained a mammal of mystery. What exactly did it eat? How big was its range? And could it be possible, just possible, that a baby olinguito is even cuter than an adult?

The few photos and three seconds of grainy video the Smithsonian scientists had for the initial species description were not offering up many answers. Despite that, answers did come—not through new expeditions to the olinguito’s native cloud forests of Colombia and Ecuador, but through emails to the scientists from people living or vacationing in those areas.

While the olinguito may look like a cross between a house cat and a teddy bear, it is actually the latest (and smallest) documented member of the family Procyonidae, which it shares with raccoons, coatis, kinkajous and olingos. The 2-pound olinguito, with its large eyes and woolly orange-brown fur, is also the newest species in the order Carnivora―an incredibly rare discovery in the 21st century…

(read more: Smithsonian)

photos: Steve Blain, Juan Rendon, and Georges Cruzat

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thegloomypuppetshow:

servaris-condonaris-amaris:

they’re coming

in the distance you hear them 

the Whovians have returned

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ponderation:

Alpine Lake by thegrimfandango

ponderation:

Alpine Lake by thegrimfandango

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mishasminions:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MISHA
(on August 20, 1974, God created Himself)
MISHA COLLINS BIRTHDAY VIDEO PROJECT

fahbulus:

sleep is for the people without internet access

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