Movies I thought would end up in a 3 way relationship.

ship-captain-cat:

wheeloffortune-design:

Sinbad

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Megamind.

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Eldorado

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The Emperor’s New Groove.

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Did you mean: Movies that should end up in a 3 way relationship??

You’re not going to tell me El Dorado DIDN’T end in a 3 way relationship, I ain’t gonna hear it.

(via coffeeandcockatiels)


hexapodkittens:

Galileo almost slept through Millipede Monday.
His photo shoot was, consequently, a little haphazard. 


hexapodkittens:

Mali mowing down a cricket nymph!
Also is probably a male. Two additional abdominal segments are visible near the top of the abdomen in these photos that I hadn’t seen in other photos! (And he’s much to small to see those segments with just my own two eyes). 

 Well, male or female, it’ll become obvious when Mali’s an adult, for sure! 


Q
I am an anon that has watched your tumblr for all things praying mantis for some time. It's kind of urgent that I ask you this, though. I, too, have a mantis, and this is my first time keeping one. I got him as an L2 nymph. I've given him the best molting conditions, but as of his penultimate molt, he got stuck. His forelegs are fine, his front-right leg is fine, his back right leg is bent but okay, and his left legs are still in his shell. One's very mangled. What should I do? Can I save him?
Anonymous
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Ooh always a tough thing to watch ; n;
The good news is, one or two mangled legs will not kill him. So long as his abdomen and raptorials emerged unscathed, he’ll survive. All you can do for him right now is give him a light misting and hope that helps him slide out. ; u; Careful not to mist him /directly/ though, we don’t want him to flinch and fall.

I am really sorry to hear about your kitten’s mismolt! But if it’s just two legs, then he should be just fine (albeit a little wonky looking, esp when he tries to walk).

Good luck, Boss!! 


skyexpedition:

Report 003 - Home Port

I’ll be taking the tour of our commissioned vessel tethered at pier 45 tomorrow, so I thought I’d make sure I knew how to get there.  I can’t risk keeping the captain waiting again [see report 002] so I hope an early bird approach will prevent her opinion of me from deteriorating further.

I have to say that I really do enjoy the environment around the customs house.  Apart from being an impressive building on its own, the surrounding ruckus and unending flow of bodies really gives it a completely different energy from the rest of the city.  A little disorienting at first, it didn’t take long for me to find the controlled chaos intoxicating.  I can’t even understand most of the conversations that are going on, but i still find the exchanges fun.  Keeping a smile on earns you extra points.

Usual precautions apply:  No loose shiny objects, keep the wallet buried and walk fast.  To expedite, a little extra coin goes a long way.  Most of all, avoid pissing off the locals.  That last one should go without saying, but you’d be surprised.


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skyexpedition:

Report 003 - Home Port

I’ll be taking the tour of our commissioned vessel tethered at pier 45 tomorrow, so I thought I’d make sure I knew how to get there.  I can’t risk keeping the captain waiting again [see report 002] so I hope an early bird approach will prevent her opinion of me from deteriorating further.
I have to say that I really do enjoy the environment around the customs house.  Apart from being an impressive building on its own, the surrounding ruckus and unending flow of bodies really gives it a completely different energy from the rest of the city.  A little disorienting at first, it didn’t take long for me to find the controlled chaos intoxicating.  I can’t even understand most of the conversations that are going on, but i still find the exchanges fun.  Keeping a smile on earns you extra points.
Usual precautions apply:  No loose shiny objects, keep the wallet buried and walk fast.  To expedite, a little extra coin goes a long way.  Most of all, avoid pissing off the locals.  That last one should go without saying, but you’d be surprised.
[ Interested?  Invest in my expedition via Patreon :D http://www.patreon.com/skyexpedition ]

hexapodkittens:

Kwan being indisputably beautiful.

I don’t think I’ll ever find another mantis with such beautiful coloration.


seandunkley:

Went to really small restaurant called House no. 1 that happened to have a really beautiful garden.  Lots of plants that I have never seen before but the giant lily pads took the cake.

Sean, no! 


seandunkley:

Enjoying Kata beach under the giant tree.

It was a fun day out :3 <3


belovedmonsterbooty:

painted-bees:

zannyblogging:

painted-bees:

zannyblogging:

painted-bees:

mothmonarch:

the-dead-dont-dance:

science side of tumblr what is the point of moths like what do they to contribute to the world

Some species of moths are night-time pollinators - they take over when butterflies and other bugs get off work. They also add beauty! And honestly, a living thing doesn’t have to have “a point” from a human perspective to be worthy of its life.

Not to mention they also play a critical role in the food chain, to the point that even creatures as large and fearsome as north american bears will seek them out in abundance to help bolster their fat reserves before hibernating. A lot of animals would have a very hard time without moths. :>

Yeah but what about mosquitoes then?

The answer to this one lays in the fact that many people forget what a mosquito larvae is


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They are the staple food source for many aquatic and semi aquatic animals. Without mosquitoes, many aquatic food chains would be very worse for wear. Frogs, fish, salamander, etc all rely on the wealth of mosquito larvae in the water to thrive.  The ecological fallout from there on only multiplies. 
You don’t want a world without these awful little beasties, trust me :>

OOOH I…I didn’t even know mostiquito’s had larvae…We don’t have mosquito’s where I live :’D

What about wasps then? (I’m just curious to learn their benefits not trying to prove anything or w/e)

Wasps are just aggressive jerks sent to the mortal realm by Satan to terrorize us.

HAH, I was just about to write about wasps when I saw this response. I know it’s because you don’t have time to write a proper response and you were joking, but I was gonna do this before it was even asked about so here goes.

Wasps are also very important to the ecosystem! Solitary wasps hunt insects for their offspring by stinging it and dragging it to their larvae. Some wasps will even lay their eggs in tarantulas. This way they help control the population of many invertebrates.

Of course, as adults they are mostly attracted to sweet things, which is why you’ll find them clustering around rubbish bins with food in them, discarded soda, dropped candy, or sticky ice cream residue. Certain types of wasps are pollinators as well, although not as efficient as bees due to the lack of fuzz on their bodies.

Wasps are eaten by things as well: just about anything that’ll eat insects can and do eat wasps. Bears, bats, skunks, over a hundred species of birds, badgers, weasels, fish, frogs, spiders, dragonflies, the list goes on. Praying mantises, too!

Yellowjackets are also drawn to pitcher plants, so there’s a carnivorous plant species to add to that list.


zannyblogging:

painted-bees:

zannyblogging:

painted-bees:

mothmonarch:

the-dead-dont-dance:

science side of tumblr what is the point of moths like what do they to contribute to the world

Some species of moths are night-time pollinators - they take over when butterflies and other bugs get off work. They also add beauty! And honestly, a living thing doesn’t have to have “a point” from a human perspective to be worthy of its life.

Not to mention they also play a critical role in the food chain, to the point that even creatures as large and fearsome as north american bears will seek them out in abundance to help bolster their fat reserves before hibernating. A lot of animals would have a very hard time without moths. :>

Yeah but what about mosquitoes then?

The answer to this one lays in the fact that many people forget what a mosquito larvae is


image

They are the staple food source for many aquatic and semi aquatic animals. Without mosquitoes, many aquatic food chains would be very worse for wear. Frogs, fish, salamander, etc all rely on the wealth of mosquito larvae in the water to thrive.  The ecological fallout from there on only multiplies. 
You don’t want a world without these awful little beasties, trust me :>

OOOH I…I didn’t even know mostiquito’s had larvae…We don’t have mosquito’s where I live :’D

What about wasps then? (I’m just curious to learn their benefits not trying to prove anything or w/e)

Wasps are just aggressive jerks sent to the mortal realm by Satan to terrorize us.


zannyblogging:

painted-bees:

mothmonarch:

the-dead-dont-dance:

science side of tumblr what is the point of moths like what do they to contribute to the world

Some species of moths are night-time pollinators - they take over when butterflies and other bugs get off work. They also add beauty! And honestly, a living thing doesn’t have to have “a point” from a human perspective to be worthy of its life.

Not to mention they also play a critical role in the food chain, to the point that even creatures as large and fearsome as north american bears will seek them out in abundance to help bolster their fat reserves before hibernating. A lot of animals would have a very hard time without moths. :>

Yeah but what about mosquitoes then?

The answer to this one lays in the fact that many people forget what a mosquito larvae is


They are the staple food source for many aquatic and semi aquatic animals. Without mosquitoes, many aquatic food chains would be very worse for wear. Frogs, fish, salamander, etc all rely on the wealth of mosquito larvae in the water to thrive.  The ecological fallout from there on only multiplies. 
You don’t want a world without these awful little beasties, trust me :>


mothmonarch:

the-dead-dont-dance:

science side of tumblr what is the point of moths like what do they to contribute to the world

Some species of moths are night-time pollinators - they take over when butterflies and other bugs get off work. They also add beauty! And honestly, a living thing doesn’t have to have “a point” from a human perspective to be worthy of its life.

Not to mention they also play a critical role in the food chain, to the point that even creatures as large and fearsome as north american bears will seek them out in abundance to help bolster their fat reserves before hibernating. A lot of animals would have a very hard time without moths. :>


seandunkley:

skyexpedition:

Report 002 - Captain on Deck
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:D&#160;!

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But this chick is rad as hell hahaha! 

seandunkley:

skyexpedition:

Report 002 - Captain on Deck

[ Interested?  Invest in my expedition via Patreon :D http://www.patreon.com/skyexpedition ]

:D !

right click->open in new window
I hate how tumblr treats long images…


But this chick is rad as hell hahaha!