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unimpressedcats:

I just can’t wait to be king

unimpressedcats:

I just can’t wait to be king

"I have buried you in every place I’ve been. You keep ending up in my shaking hands."
Bon Iver, from “A Song For A Lover Of Long Ago (via aestheticintrovert)

Tom Hiddleston sings Bear Necessities x

(is there any wonder why he is the perfect everythingclaim for ut? he seriously gives zero fucks.)

bunnyfood:

LOOK AT THIS CAT

karakuri-toshokan:

Medieval Apocalypse - The Black Death (BBC Documentary)

Black Death, a plague epidemic that ravaged Asia and Europe in the mid 1300’s. It is believed that as many as 75 million people died from the disease. In Norway, numerous farms destroyed.

The Black Death was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1348 and 1350. Although there were several competing theories as to the etiology of the Black Death, recent analysis of DNA from victims in northern and southern Europe indicates that the pathogen responsible was the Yersinia pestis bacterium, which causes the Bubonic plague, although these were different, previously unknown ancestral variants of those identified in the 20th century

The Black Death is thought to have started in China or central Asia, before spreading west. It is estimated to have killed 25 million people or 30% of the population of China. The plague then travelled along the Silk Road and reached the Crimea by 1346. From there, it was probably carried by Oriental rat fleas living on the black rats that were regular passengers on merchant ships. Spreading throughout the Mediterranean and Europe, the Black Death is estimated to have killed 30–60 percent of Europe’s population. All in all, the plague reduced the world population from an estimated 450 million to between 350 and 375 million in the 14th century.

Trigger Warning: Contains corpses since there’s a bit of forensics. Viewer discretion is advised.

Link: Youtube

libutron:

Humidicutis lewellinae | ©Ken J. Beath   (Bola Cree, Royal NP, Australia)
A very young specimen of Humidicutis lewellinae (Hygrophoraceae).
This mushroom, native to Australia and New Zealand, is commonly known as Mauve splitting wax cap. It is a small mushroom with a conical cap, gradually becoming flattened and splitting radially; 30 - 65 mms diameter; lilac with a brownish ochre apex. The very distinctive lilac colors make this mushroom easy to recognize in the field [source].

libutron:

Humidicutis lewellinae | ©Ken J. Beath   (Bola Cree, Royal NP, Australia)

A very young specimen of Humidicutis lewellinae (Hygrophoraceae).

This mushroom, native to Australia and New Zealand, is commonly known as Mauve splitting wax cap. It is a small mushroom with a conical cap, gradually becoming flattened and splitting radially; 30 - 65 mms diameter; lilac with a brownish ochre apex. The very distinctive lilac colors make this mushroom easy to recognize in the field [source].

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madundertaker:

Undertaker by Toadysplatch

madundertaker:

Undertaker by Toadysplatch