ursulavernon
ursulavernon:

thefutureisbroken:

doctorcakeray:

clevercheshire:

corseque:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

#fairy tales

So is this horse is planning to drown me? I no longer trust beautiful horses. 

I would go with this horse.

"Eric, don’t drown her. I shouldn’t have to add ‘please’ when its about not drowning my friends, dude."


Hello! I am 100% Real Horse! Not Kelpie, ha ha, nope, REAL HORSE. Don’t believe the Kelpie hype. That’s what THEY want you to believe. I have made a YouTube video about the Kelpie Conspiracy! Get on my back and I’ll take you to the comment section.

ursulavernon:

thefutureisbroken:

doctorcakeray:

clevercheshire:

corseque:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

So is this horse is planning to drown me? I no longer trust beautiful horses. 

I would go with this horse.

"Eric, don’t drown her. I shouldn’t have to add ‘please’ when its about not drowning my friends, dude."

Hello! I am 100% Real Horse! Not Kelpie, ha ha, nope, REAL HORSE. Don’t believe the Kelpie hype. That’s what THEY want you to believe. I have made a YouTube video about the Kelpie Conspiracy! Get on my back and I’ll take you to the comment section.

themarysue

thymoss:

railroadsoftware:

no one ever says that Rome needed help from aliens to build their empire

#l laughed for days when i found out that #ancient egyptians used water to reduce friction and move blocks for distances #and that this was literally DEPICTED ON THEIR HIEROGLYPHICS #but ~western archaeologists~ #thought that the pouring of water depicted ~superstitious rituals~ #jfc

ursulavernon

ursulavernon:

funnywildlife:

A type of catlike creature called a genet has been spotted catching a ride on the backs of buffalo and white rhinos, new camera trap pictures reveal by Simon Morgan Wildlife Act.
"Do rhinos & other buff animals have pet genets, or genets have them as pets lol. Symbiosis?

Oh, you know that genet is the biggest badass in town. “Say hello to my li’l friend!” *trampling noises*

emergentfutures
tacanderson:

More millennials read a book last year than older Americans, proving the Internet hasn’t ruined everything

According to a new Pew study, knowledge and the written word can’t be so easily defeated. Despite embracing technology more than their elders, the study found that millennials were more likely to have read a book, either in digital form or on dead trees, in the past year than Americans over 30. Even more surprising is the fact that more young people believe there is important information that can’t be found on the Internet than their forebears.

Alright all you slacker Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers - pick up a book! You’re making us look bad! 

tacanderson:

More millennials read a book last year than older Americans, proving the Internet hasn’t ruined everything

According to a new Pew study, knowledge and the written word can’t be so easily defeated. Despite embracing technology more than their elders, the study found that millennials were more likely to have read a book, either in digital form or on dead trees, in the past year than Americans over 30. Even more surprising is the fact that more young people believe there is important information that can’t be found on the Internet than their forebears.

Alright all you slacker Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers - pick up a book! You’re making us look bad! 

tidepooltostars
tidepooltostars:

Named after Mick Jagger for its luscious lips, Jaggermeryx naida was neither hippo nor swamp pig. More like a weirdly long-legged, horse-faced… hippo-pig… thing. 
It was a species of anthracothere, a group of critters that lived between 56 and 2.6 million years ago. As a group, they were relatively close to the ancestors of modern hippos and whales.
Read more here; scientific paper here. Many thanks to Ellen Miller and Gregg Gunnell, two of the scientists who published J. naida, for “peer reviewing” this cartoon :)

tidepooltostars:

Named after Mick Jagger for its luscious lips, Jaggermeryx naida was neither hippo nor swamp pig. More like a weirdly long-legged, horse-faced… hippo-pig… thing.

It was a species of anthracothere, a group of critters that lived between 56 and 2.6 million years ago. As a group, they were relatively close to the ancestors of modern hippos and whales.

Read more here; scientific paper here. Many thanks to Ellen Miller and Gregg Gunnell, two of the scientists who published J. naida, for “peer reviewing” this cartoon :)