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archiemcphee:

Here’s yet another awesome thing about Japan: Pigeon Mask Parties.

Whether they’re made of feathers or latex, hanging out in the park or at a bar, it’s clear that pigeons love to flock. Did you know that a group of pigeons is called a loft? That means you could also call these gatherings Loft Parties. It sounds like Pigeon Mask code.

Check out The Pigeon Mask website for more glimpses of our Pigeon Mask in the wild.

[Bottom photo via dots_and_loops via The Pigeon Mask]

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validcriticism:

hematopoieticdoll:

novaless:

aurora-jane:

beccabae:

backyardskills:

im-gothamsreckoning:

dragyourkeyboardtoagunfight:

oliveswind:

Ylvis, educating people about the female reproductive system.  these guys will be the death of me. [x]

wat

wtf

i died at the pH value

omfg

I just learnt more about the vagina in like 10 seconds than I have ever learnt in my entire life

well

Debating whether or not I should share this with my anatomy and physiology professor.

The debate is now over.

I want to have a problem with this but i cant

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malformalady:

Across the animal kingdom, males can be brightly colored to attract females. Vervet monkeys also fall into this category, but only with their scrotums which are bright blue. However, this coloring comes with a catch: if a male falls in social standing, the color begins to fade. Thus, the females can easily identify the most dominant males and choose their mate. Via FB
Photo credit: Gijs Joost Brouwer

Huh.

malformalady:

Across the animal kingdom, males can be brightly colored to attract females. Vervet monkeys also fall into this category, but only with their scrotums which are bright blue. However, this coloring comes with a catch: if a male falls in social standing, the color begins to fade. Thus, the females can easily identify the most dominant males and choose their mate. Via FB

Photo credit: Gijs Joost Brouwer

Huh.

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nolan-kane:

Codex Seraphinianus, 1976-1978

‘The Codex Seraphinianus is a book written and illustrated by Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini, from 1976 to 1978. The book appears to be a visual encyclopedia of an unknown world, written in one of its languages, an alphabetic writing intended to be meaningless.’

Wikipedia

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