This is how useful beds are for pets.
when it’s raining kookaburras seek refuge on our deck
White-throated Magpie-jay (Calocitta formosa)
… is a large species of jay found throughout Central America. Like other corvids the white-throated magpie-jay is an omnivore and feeds on a wide range of items ranging from: insects, reptiles, fruit, eggs, nestlings and seeds. Like other jays the white-throated magpie-jay is very noisy and sociable and is often found in flocks that are known to mob potential observers.
BRACE YOURSELF FOR A POKEMON GIVEAWAY
EDIT: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO FOLLOW ME TO WIN THIS. I AM A HETASTUCK BLOG. UNLESS YOU LIKE THAT SORT OF THING, DON’T TORTURE YOURSELF.
I’m graduating Uni and I have too much stuff, so I figure I better get rid of some of it. Um, what you see is what you get—plus a pink pokeball with a Mew inside that’s not pictured. ITEMS: Mew figure, Pokemon manga 1,2, and 4 (don’t ask me where 3 went), two pikachu plushies, several little figurines. I know it’s not much, but I’d rather not throw this stuff away and I figure someone will like it!
- Reblog as much as you want without annoying your followers
- Likes do NOT count
- You do NOT have to be following me
- I will ship anywhere in the States (I apologize, guys, I’m really low on cash and I feel pretty bad about limiting this.)
- You have to have your ask box open and must be comfortable giving away your address if you win
- GIVEAWAY CLOSES THURSDAY MAY 16th, 2013 AT 12:00 PM CST and winner will be chosen with a RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR. Package will be shipped out Thursday afternoon (Apologize for such a short giveaway, but I graduate Friday and must fly home!)
Thank you guys!!
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Issa gayduh, y’all.
The Truth About Camel Spiders
not as scary as they might seem
Camel Spiders are a group of “fearsome” arachnids in the order Solifugae, their large chelicerae and size have made them the target of many myths and exaggerations. Firstly camel spiders also known as sun spiders or wind scorpions are neither spiders nor scorpions and are actually a unique order of dromopod arachnids that can be found around the world, with almost 1,000 different species recorded. Camel spiders are also in no way venomous (however one species might be) and the worst a bite can do to a human is be very painful and possibly cause an infection. They are also not that big with the biggest species reaching a 5-6 in leg span which is tiny compared to the largest spider at 12 inches. Myths have also been circulating that they can run at over 25 mph and make a banshee like scream when doing it, this one is only partially true as camel spiders are exceptionally fast for invertebrates and can reach top speeds of around 10 mph which is fast but not nearly fast enough to chase cars like some say. The screaming is partially true as-well as like some insects and other arthropods the camel spider can produce noise via stridulation, but the noise they produce is barley audible and in no way can constitute a scream. Some say that they are extremely aggressive and will hunt people down like an angry lion, this is also not true as while they might be ill-tempered they will not chase anything they don’t see as prey, any camel spider seen running after a human is probably attempting to find shade as they tend to dislike the sun. Camel spiders also don’t attack people in their sleep (although they are nocturnal) and cannot jump several feet in the air as some myths say. I hope that cleared up some myths about camel spiders they are actually really cool animals and are pretty good at what they do, not to mention they are basically harmless unless provoked. Feel free to read up on them as they can do some interesting things.
Read more about Solifuges