griseus:

mindofgemini:

goldist:

malformalady:

The Black Dragonfish(Idiacanthus atlanticus) of the Stomiidae family.

I love how this is like a creature from hell but it has like little pink cheeks 

deep sea anime blush stickers

thanks tumblr

lythronax-argestes-the-gore-king:

thewoodparable:

That teaser earlier? Well, that was this.

The comparisons of Therizinosaurs to the giant ground sloths of old are numerous and varied, but I decided to give it a go anyway! You remember those semi-aquatic ground sloths they found in South America? No? Well, I thought, what if Therizinosaurs discovered new foraging opportunities in the blue as well? And this happened. Aquatic Therizinosaurs. That’s right: I’m putting the Chelon back in Cheloniformis. *Reels in pride from awful nerd joke*

Also, I started AND finished a painting in the same day! Amazing!

WHEN I SAW THOSE CLAWS

I KNEW IT

trynottodrown:

wolves-whales-and-waves:

libutron:

Nudibranchs of the World | ©Roger D. Hall (2013)

ahem…mmm… @trynottodrown

I was going to reblog this and then i saw your comment :)

designersof:

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raptorfood:

These are a few of my favorites from my thesis that I never got around to posting from earlier this year. 
raptorfood:

These are a few of my favorites from my thesis that I never got around to posting from earlier this year. 
raptorfood:

These are a few of my favorites from my thesis that I never got around to posting from earlier this year. 

raptorfood:

These are a few of my favorites from my thesis that I never got around to posting from earlier this year. 

thek560:

Spinosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur which lived in what is now North Africa, from the lower Albian to lower Cenomanian stages of the Cretaceous period, about 112 to 97 million years ago. 
Based on Paul Sereno’s new reconstruction.

(via fuckyeahdinoart)

alphynix:

Marine Reptile Month #24 — Askeptosaurus

Middle Triassic period (247-242 mya)

The askeptosaurids had longer necks and narrower snouts than other thalattosaurs, and appear to have been adapted to hunt fish in deeper water.

Askeptosaurus was very thin and elongated, with a flexible eel-like tail making up around half of its 2m length (6ft 6in). Its relatively large eyes, supported by a bony sclerotic ring much like those of ichthyosaurs, would have allowed it good vision in low light levels.

Color palette used: “Aftermath

australianorca:

Want to learn more about the Australian whale migration? Head over to http://www.wildaboutwhales.com.au/ where you can read up on info, and download their sighting app!
australianorca:

Want to learn more about the Australian whale migration? Head over to http://www.wildaboutwhales.com.au/ where you can read up on info, and download their sighting app!
australianorca:

Want to learn more about the Australian whale migration? Head over to http://www.wildaboutwhales.com.au/ where you can read up on info, and download their sighting app!
australianorca:

Want to learn more about the Australian whale migration? Head over to http://www.wildaboutwhales.com.au/ where you can read up on info, and download their sighting app!
australianorca:

Want to learn more about the Australian whale migration? Head over to http://www.wildaboutwhales.com.au/ where you can read up on info, and download their sighting app!

australianorca:

Want to learn more about the Australian whale migration? Head over to http://www.wildaboutwhales.com.au/ where you can read up on info, and download their sighting app!