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ninofeden:

fer1972:

Paintings by Maurice Sapiro

They remind me a bit of Turner.

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pizzaforpresident:

uglyreckless:

kwadi:

kwadxploren:

My cousin, ashamed after building a chair from IKEA.

this is one of the best posts i have ever seen

OH MY GOD

I laugh every time I see this

pizzaforpresident:

uglyreckless:

kwadi:

kwadxploren:

My cousin, ashamed after building a chair from IKEA.

this is one of the best posts i have ever seen

OH MY GOD

I laugh every time I see this

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mayahan:

© Lobulo Design

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vortexanomaly:

the crumb

vortexanomaly:

the crumb

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magictransistor:

Draco Bipes ist ein (unter anderem von Ulisse Aldrovandi) beschriebener Drache, der einer Schlange mit Beinen und Körper gleicht, c. 1541.

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astronomy-to-zoology:

"Boring Clam" (Tridanca corcea)
Also known as the Crocus Clam, Corcea Clam or Saffron-coloured Clam, Tidanca corcea is a species of Tridacnid clam that is widely distributed throughout the west Pacific. Like most bivalves boring clams are filter feeders and will siphon nutrients from the water around them. Despite what its common name might suggest Tridanca corcea is actually quite interesting and will bore itself into hard substrates to keep itself affixed.
Classification
Animalia-Mollusca-Bivalvia-Veneroida-Tridacnidae-Tridanca-T. crocea
Image: Line1

astronomy-to-zoology:

"Boring Clam" (Tridanca corcea)

Also known as the Crocus Clam, Corcea Clam or Saffron-coloured Clam, Tidanca corcea is a species of Tridacnid clam that is widely distributed throughout the west Pacific. Like most bivalves boring clams are filter feeders and will siphon nutrients from the water around them. Despite what its common name might suggest Tridanca corcea is actually quite interesting and will bore itself into hard substrates to keep itself affixed.

Classification

Animalia-Mollusca-Bivalvia-Veneroida-Tridacnidae-Tridanca-T. crocea

Image: Line1


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