seandelosmuertos:

So, I was watching River Monsters on the Discovery Channel, and apparently this is a thing that exists. It’s a stingray that lives in Paraguay and Argentina, and is referred to as “chucho de rio” by locals. It can get about 4-5 feet wide, weigh 200-300 lbs, is covered in mucus that contains bacteria and necrotic toxins that destroy flesh, and has a giant stinger covered in barbs on its tail that it can gore you with and tear a hole in you. It has been known to kill animals as large as horse and cows that cross its path. I know this is a really random post, but WHAT THE HELL. Nature is CRAZY.

18.Apr.14 12 hours ago
18.Apr.14 12 hours ago

seandelosmuertos:

So, I was watching River Monsters on the Discovery Channel, and apparently this is a thing that exists. It’s a stingray that lives in Paraguay and Argentina, and is referred to as “chucho de rio” by locals. It can get about 4-5 feet wide, weigh 200-300 lbs, is covered in mucus that contains bacteria and necrotic toxins that destroy flesh, and has a giant stinger covered in barbs on its tail that it can gore you with and tear a hole in you. It has been known to kill animals as large as horse and cows that cross its path. I know this is a really random post, but WHAT THE HELL. Nature is CRAZY.

18.Apr.14 12 hours ago

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scarycatz:

who likes my new shirt 

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Carrie (1976)

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17.Apr.14 1 day ago

Jurassic Park MemeFavorite Scientist: Ian Malcolm

"What’s so great about discovery? It’s a violent, penetrative act that scars what it explores. What you call discovery, I call the rape of the natural world. ".

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17.Apr.14 1 day ago

gojira-senpai:

Love that the Kraken is the largest movie monster, not Slattern like everyone says.