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The pointlessness in life is the point to life

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He did this to every device in the store. (via speldenaar)

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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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sixpenceee:

The above is a video of the jewel caterpillar. They belong to the family of moths known as Dalceridae. Scientists have identified around 84 different species of Dalceridae moths, whose larvae are sometimes called “slug caterpillars” because they are so gooey. If you search for “Dalceridae” in Google Images, you’ll see different larvae with the same roly poly bug shape and gumdrop spines, but different colors and patterns. (Video) Facebook | Instagram | Scary Story Website

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Kinshasa, Zaire: George Foreman vs. Muhammad Ali (1974)

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Yeah, like... don't do this!
Or before you wanna try it, look at how hens are held.
Also, if a thin mebrane will stop the bleeding, you probably won't die before you make it to a doctor. Just sayin'.
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Congrats. (via jgr6233)

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omg-humor:

That’s actually not even a bad idea

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