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hey im jess and im rad as heckie






jennaanne01:

HHAHAHAHAHA

jennaanne01:

HHAHAHAHAHA

kamukurahime:

itis        Hot

celeritious:

you all deserve someone who isn’t embarrassed to love you and tells all their friends about you and saves your selfies, whether they’re good or bad to look at when they miss you and loses sleep to talk to you and tells you how much they love you all the time and i really hope all of you find that one day because you all deserved to be loved

rhamphotheca:

The West Indian Manatee
Manatees are large plant-eating slow moving aquatic mammals. Short front flippers help them steer or even crawl through shallow waters and strong paddle-shaped tails propel them.
A distant relative of the elephant they have thick, wrinkled skin that is grey or brown in color. An average adult is about 10 feet long and weighs between 1,500 and 2,200 pounds with a life expectancy of about 50-60 years.
The major threats to manatee survival are human activities: boat-related injuries and deaths, habitat loss or degradation, and in some countries, hunting.
The U.S. Geological Survey works in partnership with other Federal and State agencies and private organizations to study manatee life history, behavior, ecology, and population biology.
For more information on USGS studies on manatees, including the West Indian manatee, check this out:
Manatee Research int he SE United States
Crystal River Manatees
Photo credit: Robert Bonde, USGS
(via: USGS)

rhamphotheca:

The West Indian Manatee

Manatees are large plant-eating slow moving aquatic mammals. Short front flippers help them steer or even crawl through shallow waters and strong paddle-shaped tails propel them.

A distant relative of the elephant they have thick, wrinkled skin that is grey or brown in color. An average adult is about 10 feet long and weighs between 1,500 and 2,200 pounds with a life expectancy of about 50-60 years.

The major threats to manatee survival are human activities: boat-related injuries and deaths, habitat loss or degradation, and in some countries, hunting.

The U.S. Geological Survey works in partnership with other Federal and State agencies and private organizations to study manatee life history, behavior, ecology, and population biology.

For more information on USGS studies on manatees, including the West Indian manatee, check this out:

Manatee Research int he SE United States

Crystal River Manatees

Photo credit: Robert Bonde, USGS

(via: USGS)

me: i want the thing
someone: i'll buy you the thing
me: nonono i can't let you do that

teenjalex:

I really hate being an introvert because I sometimes think “oh hey, I can totally hang out with a bunch of people right now! I can handle it! I hate being alone!!” and then three hours into hanging out I realize how draining of energy it is for me to be around other people and I just want to curl up into a ball and isolate myself for the rest of my life.

screeches:

Dubrovnikby Jodie Simms

screeches:

Dubrovnik
by Jodie Simms

lonequixote:

every now and then… you gotta stop and smell the roses… and the frog!

lonequixote:

every now and then… you gotta stop and smell the roses… and the frog!