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    ragecomics4you:

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    outofthecavern:


malformalady:

Australian scientists have developed a pair of anti-shark wetsuits that make divers appear invisible by camouflaging their bodies in the sea and trick sharks into thinking surfers are poisonous. A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia joined forces with designers from  Shark Attack Mitigation Systems (SAMS) to create the suits. The blue pattern of the Elude suit can’t be seen by the shark because the fish are colour blind. While the stripes on the Diverter suit mimic the colours of poisonous fish to warn the sharks off.

YOU SEE THIS IS FANTASTIC. THIS IS WHAT WE NEED TO DO. NOT KILL SHARKS BECAUSE THEY’RE CURIOUS AND ATTACK US. WE’RE IN THEIR WATERS. WE’RE MAKING THEIR HUNTING GROUNDS SMALLER.

    outofthecavern:

    malformalady:

    Australian scientists have developed a pair of anti-shark wetsuits that make divers appear invisible by camouflaging their bodies in the sea and trick sharks into thinking surfers are poisonous. A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia joined forces with designers from  Shark Attack Mitigation Systems (SAMS) to create the suits. The blue pattern of the Elude suit can’t be seen by the shark because the fish are colour blind. While the stripes on the Diverter suit mimic the colours of poisonous fish to warn the sharks off.

    YOU SEE THIS IS FANTASTIC. THIS IS WHAT WE NEED TO DO. NOT KILL SHARKS BECAUSE THEY’RE CURIOUS AND ATTACK US. WE’RE IN THEIR WATERS. WE’RE MAKING THEIR HUNTING GROUNDS SMALLER.

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    cetacean-captivity:

"It is our job to teach them, to inform them, and to pave the way for assistance." Kathleen M. Dudzinski, Dolphin Mysteries: Unlocking the Secrets ofCommunication picture by Caitlin Fagan off orcahome

    cetacean-captivity:

    "It is our job to teach them, to inform them, and to pave the way 
    for assistance."
    Kathleen M. Dudzinski, Dolphin Mysteries: Unlocking the Secrets of
    Communication

    picture by Caitlin Fagan off orcahome

    (via foundinthesea)

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    peanutbutterdeadlifts:

    gaydarjedi:

    TINY BABY THINGS

    omg the chameleon

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    (Source: otakusfriends, via african-eagles)

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    high-concentration-of-happiness:

Aokigahara Forest, Japan

    high-concentration-of-happiness:

    Aokigahara Forest, Japan

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    realmonstrosities:

    The Shortfin Mako Shark is the fastest shark in the world!

    They reach up to 14 feet long and are extremely active and alert predators who feed on a wide range of fish, usually ones they can swallow whole.

    Also their eyes are black pits of unending darkness.

    Images: Patrick Doll/Mark Conlin/Didier Descouens

    "black pits of unending darkness"

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