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June 17 2017

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June 16 2017

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danbensen:

viergacht:

why-animals-do-the-thing:

4gifs:

Cuttlefish pretending to be a hermit crab

Cuttlefish have such an incredible capacity for mimicry that isn’t talked about enough. Not only can they pretend to be a different sex in order to get sneaky matings with females who are already being guarded by a male, and change their skin color for camouflage, now they’re apparently pretending to be crabs. 

What’s interesting is that when I went to look up pharoah cuttlefish mimicry, the only result I got was this behavior that potentially looks like hermit crab mimicry (the paper on it wouldn’t confirm for sure that’s what the behavior was, just that it seems likely) I couldn’t find evidence of cuttlefish mimicking any other species. So it’s just hermit crabs, I guess. 

It’s fursona is a hermit crab.

I like how the two cuttlefish pretending to be hermit crabs make eye contact and guiltily revert back to normal. Like:

Crab crab crab
Crab crab crab
Crab-oh. ..uh…hi Larry
Hi Bernice. Uh…sure is some. ..water in this tank.

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June 15 2017

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omg-humor:

That’s actually not even a bad idea

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kynen:

Bless whoever looked at a picture of two mountains and thought of this.

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theinkstainsblog:

poetsandwriters:

“There are studies that show that fiction in particular builds empathy—that when you read about characters who don’t look or live like you, you begin to understand them a little bit better. You understand what makes you similar and how vast the differences are, and it helps you to be a little bit more compassionate toward people who are different from you. Right now it seems like—not just in America, but around the world—we need a little more empathy.”

Gene Luen Yang, in the March/April issue of Poets & Writers Magazine (2017)

When people ask why representation is important…

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June 14 2017

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