teamorkid:

fightingforwhales:

Friendly reminder that SeaWorld has openly endorsed and supported a website that uses ableist terms, lies through their teeth, and is horrifically disrespectful and hostile towards people who disagree with SeaWorld :)

lol they also stalk people to make posts about them, which is pretty creepy and could be considered a crime.

fightingforwhales:

First captive dolphin in the 2014-2015 was taken in Taiji today; my heart breaks for the poor Risso’s dolphin who will now suffer a lifetime of captivity (if he or she even survives) and for the rest of the pod, who was slaughtered ruthlessly.

and for an extra $50 you can put expensive cards in your deck to make you a terrifying opponent. Also because more dragons.

i actually have an entire package of cards unopened sitting there in my room (yugi’s world collection 3 and an overlord helios tin box) so i’ll probably get something good. 

i also have my cards on ygopro too and it’s easier on ygopro to tweak decks 

i’ve worked on the deck for 2 months i think and i’m quite proud of it but it needs a lot of tweaking because pendulum monsters kick my ass 

the deck is also pretty versatile despite it being dragon-themed. i really want to reduce the deck to 40 cards though because it’s at 53 cards and i sometimes get a really bad hand

the deck name is “Blue-Eyes Evolution” and the main/central card is azure-eyes silver dragon/blue eyes white dragon (obviously) and the deck is built to have little to no tributes at all and is mainly special summoning

hey if i posted the card list for one of my yugioh decks on here would someone give some advice or something

i need to improve on my deck but idk who to really talk to

blackfishsound:

White orca in the Fourth Kuril Strait

In August-September we surveyed the southeastern coast of Kamchatka and Northern Kuril Islands as part of a humpback whale project funded by Russian Geographical Society. In the Fourth Kuril Strait, between Onekotan and Paramushir islands, we met a large aggregation of orcas, but soon after we started photographing them for photo-IDs, the fog thickened. Soon, we couldn’t see anything further than hundred meters, so we stopped to listen for the sounds. Suddenly a group of orcas approached us, and right next to the boat, a white orca surfaced. It was not the famous Iceberg, but a small white orca, likely a juvenile. We soon lost the whale in the fog, but the image was fixed in our mind and in this short piece of video. We hope to meet more white orcas next year.

unclefather:

jesuschristvevo:

would you like some cream cheese on your beagle

keep your cream cheese away from my dog

theartofmiku:

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ursulavernon:

avianrecon:

Kestrel family in England. 

Source.

hello we are kestrels

this is our brick it is not your brick it belongs to kestrels

stop looking at our brick

we will cut you

pearswhy:

he refuses to discuss this with me. rent is 13 years overdue

sharks are so cute. every single shark out there

sharkhugger:

New Shark Behavior
Notes from a Shark Junkies Journal with Eli Martinez

During an early morning dive I had all my usual suspects in, fighting for attention, when one of the lemons, Slash, did something that surprised the hell out of me. Slash circled around me and the box like she normally does. But instead of swimming off, she instead turned towards me and burried her face between my knees and stopped swimming. I looked down at her and started rubbing her back. After a few seconds she swam off and as I watched her, I thought to myself, “that was weird, cool, but weird.” A few minutes later, she did it again, this time staying longer and again, I repeated the back rub. This happened a few more times - each time, staying longer and longer.

exerpt from: https://medium.com/p/bec005c7f64d
Apparently Slash the Lemon Shark needed a scratch where she couldn’t reach.If the sharks are getting nippy in WA, they don’t need drum lines they need masseuses in chain mail!  XD

sharkhugger:

New Shark Behavior

Notes from a Shark Junkies Journal with Eli Martinez

During an early morning dive I had all my usual suspects in, fighting for attention, when one of the lemons, Slash, did something that surprised the hell out of me. Slash circled around me and the box like she normally does. But instead of swimming off, she instead turned towards me and burried her face between my knees and stopped swimming. I looked down at her and started rubbing her back. After a few seconds she swam off and as I watched her, I thought to myself, “that was weird, cool, but weird.” A few minutes later, she did it again, this time staying longer and again, I repeated the back rub. This happened a few more times - each time, staying longer and longer.

exerpt from: https://medium.com/p/bec005c7f64d

Apparently Slash the Lemon Shark needed a scratch where she couldn’t reach.
If the sharks are getting nippy in WA, they don’t need drum lines they need masseuses in chain mail!  XD

hercrab:

A shark and Shark 

hercrab:

A shark and Shark