zonbikid:

he wants to kiss him »>

zonbikid:

he wants to kiss him »>

Guys look at this WIP unshaven pink adorable mess

Guys look at this WIP unshaven pink adorable mess

shoutouts to those low maintenance best friends. the ones who you don’t speak to for months because both of yall are living life but when you catch up it’s nothing but intense love.

lostvox:

reblog if ur a dragon who is having a little bit of a hard time typing with your giant talons

nenekantoku:

Reiner Braun, Zombie Apocalypse AU for maruco
I authorize them  to use this drawing as sidebar for their Reiner blog.

nenekantoku:

Reiner Braun, Zombie Apocalypse AU for maruco

I authorize them  to use this drawing as sidebar for their Reiner blog.

oasyys:

The answer is no I didn’t get one and yes I’m very sad about it

oasyys:

The answer is no I didn’t get one and yes I’m very sad about it

sinuswave:

Well, surprise (?) - Pyro, you little lunatic. Never change

sinuswave:

Well, surprise (?) - Pyro, you little lunatic. Never change

astronomy-to-zoology:

Golden Cownose Ray (Rhinoptera steindachneri)
Also known as the Pacific Cownose Ray, the golden cownose ray is a species of eagle ray (Myliobatidae) which occurs in the eastern Pacific, ranging from central Baja California south to Peru and the Galapagos Islands. Golden cownose rays like other eagle rays are a transient and highly mobile species, often forming large schools or moving in loose aggregations. R. steindarchneri feeds mainly on molluscs and other hard bodied invertebrates, using its plate-like teeth which are specialized for crushing and grinding. 
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Chondrichthyes-Elasmobranchii-Myliobatiformes-Myliobatidae-Rhinoptera-R. steindachneri
Image: Atomische

astronomy-to-zoology:

Golden Cownose Ray (Rhinoptera steindachneri)

Also known as the Pacific Cownose Ray, the golden cownose ray is a species of eagle ray (Myliobatidae) which occurs in the eastern Pacific, ranging from central Baja California south to Peru and the Galapagos Islands. Golden cownose rays like other eagle rays are a transient and highly mobile species, often forming large schools or moving in loose aggregations. R. steindarchneri feeds mainly on molluscs and other hard bodied invertebrates, using its plate-like teeth which are specialized for crushing and grinding. 

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Chondrichthyes-Elasmobranchii-Myliobatiformes-Myliobatidae-Rhinoptera-R. steindachneri

Image: Atomische

aelitaaesthetic:

ahhhh this tree looked so magical!!!