A W∙O∙R∙D is dead when it is said, some say.

I say it just begins to live that day.


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Estamos empezando el taller Matamba Percusión: Ilustra lo que Imaginas con las padrísimos chavos de El Cubo. #PAPARTS

Estamos empezando el taller Matamba Percusión: Ilustra lo que Imaginas con las padrísimos chavos de El Cubo. #PAPARTS

Para ser la primera vez que hago portobellinis rellenos, casi podría hacer llorar a un elfo doméstico. Casi.

Para ser la primera vez que hago portobellinis rellenos, casi podría hacer llorar a un elfo doméstico. Casi.

Ecos de #MagisRadio. En clase de Gestión del Patrimonio Cultural estamos discutiendo sobre casos de Gentrificación. Japi de que este podcast fue uno de los insumos.

Ecos de #MagisRadio. En clase de Gestión del Patrimonio Cultural estamos discutiendo sobre casos de Gentrificación. Japi de que este podcast fue uno de los insumos.

Let’s homework, forChristssake. (at MavaTea)

Let’s homework, forChristssake. (at MavaTea)

rhamphotheca:

Endangered Tortoises Are Being Defaced on Purpose… to Protect Them

by Sabrina Elfarra

Some of the rarest tortoises in the world are a hot commodity on the black market for their unique golden shells which can sell for tens of thousands of dollars.

In an effort to obstruct poachers, conservationists have made the bold move to carve into the shells of the tortoises, protecting the animals by making their domes less attractive.  The branded shells also make it easier for authorities to trace them if they are stolen.

“Endangered tortoises and turtles are facing a real threat, and we’re hoping that this will be an effective tool to keep them safe,” Eric Goode, the founder and president of the Turtle Conservancy told ABC News today.

Years of hunting have caused near extinction for many tortoise species, so sanctuaries and zoos are using identification marks, including laser inscribing, tattoos and engraving to hinder poachers and discourage collectors from paying a great deal of money for the animals.

Since the conservancy began putting the branded tortoises back into the wild in 2011, the shells have not come up in the black market, which officials believe is a good sign.

The Turtle Conservancy’s Behler Chelonian Center in Ventura County, Calif., has been working with ploughshare tortoises among others which originate from Madagascar. Their goal is to engrave the shells of both the ploughshares in captivity as well as those living in the wild…

(read more: ABCNews)

photos by The Turtle Conservancy

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wilwheaton:

labyrinth-of-butts:

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generic-scrubnoob:

pixelatedlovesongs:

I played with a baby wallaroo this morning

ONLY IN ‘STRAYA MATES !

So, you could afford glasses, but not a shirt?

Well I can’t see without them so yeah I sort of have to wear glasses to function.

If I choose not to wear a shirt it’s because I feel like not wearing a shirt, not because I cannot afford it.

How about you reblog the thousands upon thousands of pornographic material with topless woman in it and ask them if they can afford clothes.

Oh wait, that wouldn’t be a problem would it, because a woman can only be topless if it’s in a sexual scenario.

Ooooooo shiiiiiit that reply tho

BOOM.

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