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man-and-camera:

Kettle River ➾ Luke Gram

man-and-camera:

Kettle River ➾ Luke Gram

deathwingstolemyepicz:

do you want to cuddle and play video games all night?

a) yes
b) a
c) b

stanfordetc:

"enjoy high school, you’re going to miss it when it’s over" nah tho

uni-cxrns:

👽

uni-cxrns:

👽

streamy-dream:

Room on We Heart It.
insight-jd:

▼ FREE ACID ▼

ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

strangebiology:

These are some specimens around the ucberkeley life sciences building. Their Museum of Vertebrate Zoology isn’t really the kind of museum you can visit, but you can see some great stuff in the halls right outside it.

thenewenlightenmentage:

A Lost-and-Found Nomad Helps Solve the Mystery of a Swimming Dinosaur
The first bones came in a cardboard box. Nizar Ibrahim, a paleontologist, was in the Moroccan oasis town of Erfoud at the edge of the Sahara, returning from a dinosaur dig in the sands. Inside the box, brought to him by a nomad, were sediment-encrusted pieces more intriguing than anything he had found himself, including a blade-shaped bone with a reddish streak running through the cross section. He took the bones to a university in Casablanca.
That was April 2008.
The next year, he was in Italy visiting colleagues at the Milan Natural History Museum who showed him bones that seemed to be from Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a strange-looking predatory dinosaur larger than Tyrannosaurus rex that lived in northern Africa about 95 million years ago.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

A Lost-and-Found Nomad Helps Solve the Mystery of a Swimming Dinosaur

The first bones came in a cardboard box. Nizar Ibrahim, a paleontologist, was in the Moroccan oasis town of Erfoud at the edge of the Sahara, returning from a dinosaur dig in the sands. Inside the box, brought to him by a nomad, were sediment-encrusted pieces more intriguing than anything he had found himself, including a blade-shaped bone with a reddish streak running through the cross section. He took the bones to a university in Casablanca.

That was April 2008.

The next year, he was in Italy visiting colleagues at the Milan Natural History Museum who showed him bones that seemed to be from Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a strange-looking predatory dinosaur larger than Tyrannosaurus rex that lived in northern Africa about 95 million years ago.

Continue Reading

asylum-art:

Vogue Spain October 2006 - “Retrato de una dama” (Portrait of a Lady) - Photography by  Juan Gotti

vinebox:

when tumblr recommends a post and its actually good.

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