reptilesrevolution:

This is a very nice shot of a Green Tree python hatching that was captured by Vladimir Odinchenko and shared by the International Herpetological Symposium. 

reptilesrevolution:

This is a very nice shot of a Green Tree python hatching that was captured by Vladimir Odinchenko and shared by the International Herpetological Symposium. 

(via t-reqs)

kamelotofficial:

While the band is busy working on the new album, we decided to release this video from one of the concerts on the recent tour. Enjoy!

KAMELOT Premiere Video for “Falling Like The Fahrenheit”

Symphonic metallers KAMELOT recently completed work on the third video from their critically acclaimed 2012 Steamhammer/SPV release Silverthorn.

The video for the song entitled “Falling Like The Fahrenheit” can be seen here:

http://youtu.be/rakUWb-Bt5k

The video was directed by Ville Lipiainen (Nigthwish, HIM, Apocalyptica) and filmed at the band’s sold out appearance at the famed 013 Venue in Tilburg, Holland.

The band is currently in the studio working on the followup to Silverthorn. A massive WORLD TOUR will follow starting in early 2015.

Please reblog!

(via fuckyeahkamelot)

sleepysnakes:

crispysnakes:

Triple sec - 2012 male Extreme Hypo Honduran Milksnake (lampropeltis triangulum hondurensis) produced by Doug Mong.

This kid never ceases to impress in person, he’s going to make one awesome adult.

Hhhhhh

ritasv:

Renaissance knights in combat by Jeff Kyle

ritasv:

Renaissance knights in combat by Jeff Kyle

(Source: Flickr / grouchodis)

ritasv:

No One Can Resist the Carnival

addelburgh:

farewell

addelburgh:

farewell

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tiny-creatures:

Tres Lagartos by Mike D. Martin on Flickr.

thejunglenook:

alphacaeli:

parliamentrook:

accidentally made a coyote skull to summon a 90s glitter gel pen demon 

I need to make hominin skulls like this. I’m sure you can buy 3D printing filament in groovy colours somewhere.

(Someone please help me make primate skulls like this!!!) 

libutron:

The melanistic Western Rock Skink 
Trachylepis sulcata (Scincidae), better known as Western Rock Skink, is a rock-dwelling species of skink with a range extending from southwestern South Africa into Angola. 
Molecular analyses of the melanistic subspecies Trachylepis sulcata nigra (in the photo) have shown that population of T. s. nigra is not genetically isolated or distinct to the subspecies T. s. sulcata.
It has been suggested that melanism along the coastline in the population of Trachylepis sulcata nigra is a high number of fog days per year, a finding consistent with studies of melanism in cordylid lizards in southern Africa.
Reference: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Tyrone Ping  |  Locality: Price Albert, Western Cape, South Africa

libutron:

The melanistic Western Rock Skink 

Trachylepis sulcata (Scincidae), better known as Western Rock Skink, is a rock-dwelling species of skink with a range extending from southwestern South Africa into Angola. 

Molecular analyses of the melanistic subspecies Trachylepis sulcata nigra (in the photo) have shown that population of T. s. nigra is not genetically isolated or distinct to the subspecies T. s. sulcata.

It has been suggested that melanism along the coastline in the population of Trachylepis sulcata nigra is a high number of fog days per year, a finding consistent with studies of melanism in cordylid lizards in southern Africa.

Reference: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Tyrone Ping  |  Locality: Price Albert, Western Cape, South Africa

(via reptilefacts)