April 24, 2014   7,984 notes

thatshybutrudegirl:

chacha-again:

sizvideos:

Who needs traffic lights? Not the drivers in Ethiopia - Video

This made me so uncomfortable.

O_o the people making a uturn.

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April 16, 2014   96 notes
fuckyeahdinoart:

A Titan Emerges from the Fog by ~MattMart

fuckyeahdinoart:

A Titan Emerges from the Fog by ~MattMart

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March 22, 2014   231 notes
antediluvianechoes:

Apatosaurus louisae, John Conway

Apatosaur affection is a balance between immensity and gentleness, like whales nuzzling atop Ionic columns, or Roman aqueducts trying to cuddle without crumbling. They brush those wide, suspension bridge necks together with unlikely grace—and hum. It is a low, tender, satisfied sound. The vibration adds intimacy to the hug, like feeling the tremble of a partner’s heartbeat during a lengthy embrace, or noting the flood of details felt in a first kiss; it’s an awareness, a deep recognition, of the other’s body, of their realness. The dinosaurs’ love songs roll through the forest. Waves of tender rumbles reverberate off trees, shake branches, echo through clearings, and drum in the ears as the distant thunder of lizards.

antediluvianechoes:

Apatosaurus louisae, John Conway

Apatosaur affection is a balance between immensity and gentleness, like whales nuzzling atop Ionic columns, or Roman aqueducts trying to cuddle without crumbling. They brush those wide, suspension bridge necks together with unlikely grace—and hum. It is a low, tender, satisfied sound. The vibration adds intimacy to the hug, like feeling the tremble of a partner’s heartbeat during a lengthy embrace, or noting the flood of details felt in a first kiss; it’s an awareness, a deep recognition, of the other’s body, of their realness. The dinosaurs’ love songs roll through the forest. Waves of tender rumbles reverberate off trees, shake branches, echo through clearings, and drum in the ears as the distant thunder of lizards.

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March 10, 2014   1,245 notes
infinitemachine:

prehistoric-starships:

nefarious-tropy:

Bearded Vultures (Korkeasaari zoo)

For a second I thought they were dromaeosaurs.


YES.

infinitemachine:

prehistoric-starships:

nefarious-tropy:

Bearded Vultures (Korkeasaari zoo)

For a second I thought they were dromaeosaurs.

YES.

January 15, 2014   42 notes
infinitemachine:

Dinosaur of the Day: Gorgosaurus. by Frank-Lode
GorgosaurusFamily: TyrannosauridaeTime: Late CretaceousLocation: Alberta, CanadaSize (length): 8-9m (26-30ft) 

infinitemachine:

Dinosaur of the Day: Gorgosaurus. by Frank-Lode

Gorgosaurus
Family: Tyrannosauridae
Time: Late Cretaceous
Location: Alberta, Canada
Size (length): 8-9m (26-30ft) 

December 8, 2013   61,082 notes
hauntedjaeger:

maryjunenotmaryjane:

givemeinternet:

And I was thinking it was an arm all this time

This picture has ruined my life

If the control room scene in Jurassic Park didn’t make it clear enough to you that velociraptors are motherfucking Cirque du Soleil contortionists, I feel bad for you son.


Damn. I have an unfinished picture on my hard drive showing somthing very similar which I started ages ago.

hauntedjaeger:

maryjunenotmaryjane:

givemeinternet:

And I was thinking it was an arm all this time

This picture has ruined my life

If the control room scene in Jurassic Park didn’t make it clear enough to you that velociraptors are motherfucking Cirque du Soleil contortionists, I feel bad for you son.

Damn. I have an unfinished picture on my hard drive showing somthing very similar which I started ages ago.

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November 12, 2013   94,334 notes

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November 12, 2013   3,085 notes
nevver:

The Sirens of Titan

nevver:

The Sirens of Titan

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November 12, 2013   15 notes
infinitemachine:

Dinosaur of the Day: Teratophoneus curriei by T-PEKC
TeratophoneusFamily: TyrannosauridaeTime: Late CretaceousLocation: USASize (length) 5-6m 

infinitemachine:

Dinosaur of the Day: Teratophoneus curriei by T-PEKC

Teratophoneus
Family: Tyrannosauridae
Time: Late Cretaceous
Location: USA
Size (length) 5-6m 

November 9, 2013   106 notes
drawingdinosaurs:

According to some, this is pretty much what the Mesozoic looked like all the time.
From Mark Witton’s recent blog post on the feeding habits of azhdarchid pterosaurs.
My money’s on KILLSTORKODOOM.

That’s exactly how I picture the mesozoic!

drawingdinosaurs:

According to some, this is pretty much what the Mesozoic looked like all the time.

From Mark Witton’s recent blog post on the feeding habits of azhdarchid pterosaurs.

My money’s on KILLSTORKODOOM.

That’s exactly how I picture the mesozoic!