she’s like a beautiful norse god come to life and she controls the cows
she’s actually Swedish artist and singer Jonna Jinton and she’s singing
Kulning, an ancient Swedish herding call
I would love to learn how that works.
If there weren’t other people here, I’d be screaming right now.
today i found out that when monarch butterflies migrate south for the winter, all the ones that go across the middle of lake superior suddenly stop going south and go west for five miles and then continue south. which really freaked scientists out cos like What is in the Middle of Lake Superior what do Butterflies know that We Dont Is This The End Times etc. anyway turns out about a hundred million years ago there was a mountain there and the butterflies still think they gotta fly around it. classic butterflies
Caption/opis: A dragon skeleton a friend made for me. Components: Sugar glider body, bat wings and a chameleon skull with claws for horns.
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A live goat being swallowed whole by a massive 10ft python
Photo credit: Roni Choudhury/Barcroft India
In 1870, a French ophthalmologist named Edouard Meyer included a series of photos in his textbook on surgery. The film of the era was too “slow” to take photos of actual operations, so he staged photos using cadavers. In this photo, a clamp holds the eye open to show where a scalpel should be positioned to remove a cataract.
2,000-year-old roman face cream with visible, ancient fingermarks
Preserved within a small tin canister, the cream was discovered during excavations by Pre-Construct Archaeology of a Roman temple precinct on Tabard Street, Southwark in 2003. The main constituent of the cream was animal fat mixed with starch and tin oxide.
The picture above is of a mushroom thats thought to be a specimen of Clathrus archeri right before its fingers open up. It closely resembles a hand coming out of the ground. It even has the remnants of its tattered sleeves attached to the wrist.
That is so freakin’ cool.