Instead of having teeth, penguins (like this rockhopper) have barbed tongues and throats. The barbs point backwards to help direct a penguin’s slippery catch towards its belly.
Image credit: Will Burrard-Lucas
Moths of the genus Glanycus (Thyrididae - Striglininae) ranges from China and India to Borneo. It consists of six species, all with fenestrae (“windows”) on at least the hindwings and with bright orange/red and brown/brick coloration, probably aposematic (a warning that the moth is presumably distasteful to predators).
This striking species, Glanycus coendersi, distinguished by the conspicuous red coloration on the wings, occurs in Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak, Kalimantan and Malaku Islands.
Photo credit: ©Gan CW | Locality: Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia (2013)
Just before a shark breaks the surface tension of the water
Polygons measuring spoon
*desperate, needy whining*
Toni Petkov | Photographed by Alon Shastel | F*king Young! Online
Here’s a non-stressful thing that happened today: OUR OFFICE IS INFESTED WITH TINY ADORABLE GECKOS. Best pest problem ever or what? My coworkers made fun of me because I squealed so much. Also, his name is Clyde. (at S2N Design)
I really need to use more traditional media cause its really quite calming
Never trust an architect.
It’s terrifying. It looks like the real life version of a video game graphic glitch.
I want to see inside.