I almost died at this one
…is a genus of Whipnose Anglers (Gigantactinidae) which occur in most oceans, at deep depths of around 1,000-2,500 meters (3,300-8,200 ft). Like their namesake suggests members of Gigantactis posses elongated Illicium (their “lures”) with bioluminescent photophores at their end. In typical angler fashion these are used to lure prey into striking distance.
Image: Theodore W. Pietsch
A female Acorn Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus) sits on a railing and sings her heart out on Mission Street and 24th in the heart of San Francisco (not a normal place to see one).
Photo by Carla Kishinami
(via: Audubon California)
This is exactly how physics does not work.
Why didn’t she just use the lipstick on the door?
Baby gharials are adorable. I hope they make the same “mep!” that baby caimans make.
I know crocodilians don’t even open their mouths to make noise but imagine all these little stick faces yapping away
Invitation to an Area night club party. The capsule was placed in water and the invitation appeared. Area was open from 1983 to 1987.
Mayflys are a winged insect that have a short lifespan. They mate in such a way that all of them mature in the exact same time. The will die out soon, but for the time being Wisconsin looks like something straight out of a horror movie.
THIS IS SOME MOSES SHIT
THIS IS SOME SHIT UP WITH WHICH WE WILL NOT PUT