Twilight of the Sandwiches
cake-stuff:

Cake | Cookies | Sweet baking inspiration :) http://cake-stuff.tumblr.com/

cake-stuff:

Cake | Cookies | Sweet baking inspiration :) http://cake-stuff.tumblr.com/

pleasestopbeingsad:

requested by marshall-leethevampire-king
alternative-pokemon-art:

Artist
Noivern by request.

alternative-pokemon-art:

Artist

Noivern by request.

kicked-in-teeth:

Deer people i had an urge to draw them, i only realised that endless forest did the same kind of thing.i think they are cute.

kicked-in-teeth:

Deer people
i had an urge to draw them, i only realised that endless forest did the same kind of thing.
i think they are cute.

tppheadcanons:

Submitted by anonymous

Artwork source unknown

"After the battle between Red and AJ, they became close friends."

tppheadcanons:

Submitted by anonymous

Artwork source unknown

"After the battle between Red and AJ, they became close friends."

the-snowflake-owl:

PB gives Finn ”the talk”

the-snowflake-owl:

PB gives Finn ”the talk”

trisarahdactyl:

michaelceratops:

osointricate:

I wonder what President Lincoln would think about there being a movie about him killing vampires. 

“whats a movie”

#’fuck you im not going into another theater’

itswalky:

ethan

itswalky:

ethan

palaeopedia:

The Jiang Feng’s one, Jianfengia (1984)
Phylum : ArthropodaGenus : JianfengiaSpecies : J. multisegmentalis
Early Cambrian (520 Ma)
2,5 cm long (size)
Chengjiang, China (map)
This unusual arthropod is known as Jianfengia multisegmentalis. The species is known from very few examples, with this one from the most famous location of all, Maotianshan, site of the discovery of the Chengjiang Biota by Hou Xian-guang in 1984. The diversity of soft-tissue fossils is astonishing: algae, medusiforms, sponges, priapulids, annelid-like worms, echinoderms, arthropods (including trilobites), hemichordates, chordates, and the first agnathan fish make up just a small fraction of the total. Numerous problematic forms are known as well, some of which may have represented failed attempts at diversity that did not persist to the present day.
The specimen is a member of the “great appendage arthropods” known as the opabinids after Opabinia from the Burgess Shale Fauna. Jianfengia was the most primitive of the opabinids. Other members from Chengjiang are Alalcomeaeus and Leanchoilia. The pointed endopods are thought to have been poorly suited for walking; perhaps this one swam just above the seafloor in a search for prey. The taxon is unknown outside the Chengjiang Biota. This is a truly exceptional specimen, one that few will ever be able to hold in a collection, whether private or that of a museum.

palaeopedia:

The Jiang Feng’s one, Jianfengia (1984)

Phylum : Arthropoda
Genus : Jianfengia
Species : J. multisegmentalis

  • Early Cambrian (520 Ma)
  • 2,5 cm long (size)
  • Chengjiang, China (map)

This unusual arthropod is known as Jianfengia multisegmentalis. The species is known from very few examples, with this one from the most famous location of all, Maotianshan, site of the discovery of the Chengjiang Biota by Hou Xian-guang in 1984. The diversity of soft-tissue fossils is astonishing: algae, medusiforms, sponges, priapulids, annelid-like worms, echinoderms, arthropods (including trilobites), hemichordates, chordates, and the first agnathan fish make up just a small fraction of the total. Numerous problematic forms are known as well, some of which may have represented failed attempts at diversity that did not persist to the present day.

The specimen is a member of the “great appendage arthropods” known as the opabinids after Opabinia from the Burgess Shale Fauna. Jianfengia was the most primitive of the opabinids. Other members from Chengjiang are Alalcomeaeus and Leanchoilia. The pointed endopods are thought to have been poorly suited for walking; perhaps this one swam just above the seafloor in a search for prey. The taxon is unknown outside the Chengjiang Biota. This is a truly exceptional specimen, one that few will ever be able to hold in a collection, whether private or that of a museum.