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The Slingjaw Wrasse
Peter Wainwright is a fish biologist at UC Davis and studies the many ways fish eat their food.  His lab has a YouTube page that shows an array of fish eating their prey. In the animation above the slingjaw wrasse essentially creates a suction tube to eat small fish by unhinging its jaw.

I went to watch the videos because this is awesome to see, since it’s a pretty usual part of carnivorous fish anatomy presented in a not so usual way. I did not expect to start laugh sobbing over fish because oh my god the “fingered dragonet”


noot noot

jackthevulture:

lollipopatrice:

ucresearch:

The Slingjaw Wrasse

Peter Wainwright is a fish biologist at UC Davis and studies the many ways fish eat their food.  His lab has a YouTube page that shows an array of fish eating their prey. In the animation above the slingjaw wrasse essentially creates a suction tube to eat small fish by unhinging its jaw.

I went to watch the videos because this is awesome to see, since it’s a pretty usual part of carnivorous fish anatomy presented in a not so usual way. I did not expect to start laugh sobbing over fish because oh my god the “fingered dragonet”

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noot noot

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Shoes by Filippa Borenius:
"The basis for the inspiration lies in the Gothic church towers and nature decons hard metal structures in contrast to the fragile tip, which visualizes wedding romance and kyrkfönsternas dramatic natural light. In cooperation with Kerstin Larsson f15"

Shoes by Filippa Borenius:

"The basis for the inspiration lies in the Gothic church towers and nature decons hard metal structures in contrast to the fragile tip, which visualizes wedding romance and kyrkfönsternas dramatic natural light. In cooperation with Kerstin Larsson f15"

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It’s funny how artistic we become when our hearts are broken. Hotel Books, I Always Thought I Would Be Okay (via porodise)

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sherlockspeare:

Cumberbatch is clearly riled up by trivia questions from his co-star Martin Freeman. When Benedict admits he has never heard of a particular actor, Freeman shoots back “I assumed you’d probably been christened by him. I thought you knew every actor over 50. I thought there was a by-law.” by Radio Times article(x) about Sherlock outtake (X)

Sorry for my poor caption. I tried not to make this but couldn’t help it.

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theaccretion:

Everything in it’s place

theaccretion:

Everything in it’s place

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lordofthejohnlock:

benedict’s cheekbones

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benedict’s eyes

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benedict’s smile

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benedict’s personality

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benedict’s acting

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benedict

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thauma-trope:

Sandra Gustafsson

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aster-planetes:

It’s my last day at the V&A Theatre and Performance Archive so I thought I’d treat you all to these amusing little photos I found for two productions. ‘That Face’ with Matt Smith and ‘Rhinoceros’ with Benedict Cumberbatch. According to these articles both are ‘rising stars’. Who would have known, eh? Anyway, back to work for me. I have program filing to do.

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roadkillandcrows:

Dog and fox skulls.

roadkillandcrows:

Dog and fox skulls.

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recours:

Callum Ball by Ash Kingston

recours:

Callum Ball by Ash Kingston

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