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SPOOKY ASKS 


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itsstuckyinmyhead:

Whales and Tumblr

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nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else, circa 1983

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amnhnyc:

Happy #NationalFossilDay! Can you tell which of the above are dinosaur teeth? Below are the answers.
Clockwise from top:
Tyrannosaurus rex tooth (Late Cretaceous, western US) 
Tyrannosaur tooth (Late Cretaceous, Judith River, MT) 
Rugose coral (Middle Devonian, Falls of the Ohio, Clarksville, Indiana) 
Rugose coral (Paleozoic, locality unknown) 
Ornithomimid toe claw (Late Cretaceous, western US)
Rugose coral (Paleozoic, locality unknown)
Tyrannosaur tooth (Late Cretaceous, Judith River, MT) 
Rugose coral (Paleozoic, locality unknown)
Theropod tooth (Late Cretaceous, Ojo Alamo, NM) 
Tyrannosaur toe claw (Late Cretaceous, western US). 
All are fossils except, technically, the T. rex tooth at the top, which is actually a cast of a real tooth. The rugose corals (also known as solitary or horn corals) are very often mistaken for dinosaur teeth but are older than the oldest dinosaurs, having gone extinct around 250 million years ago (the oldest known dinosaurs are around 230 million years old).
Learn more on the Museum’s Division of Paleontology website. 

amnhnyc:

Happy #NationalFossilDay! Can you tell which of the above are dinosaur teeth? Below are the answers.

Clockwise from top:

  • Tyrannosaurus rex tooth (Late Cretaceous, western US)
  • Tyrannosaur tooth (Late Cretaceous, Judith River, MT)
  • Rugose coral (Middle Devonian, Falls of the Ohio, Clarksville, Indiana)
  • Rugose coral (Paleozoic, locality unknown)
  • Ornithomimid toe claw (Late Cretaceous, western US)
  • Rugose coral (Paleozoic, locality unknown)
  • Tyrannosaur tooth (Late Cretaceous, Judith River, MT)
  • Rugose coral (Paleozoic, locality unknown)
  • Theropod tooth (Late Cretaceous, Ojo Alamo, NM)
  • Tyrannosaur toe claw (Late Cretaceous, western US). 

All are fossils except, technically, the T. rex tooth at the top, which is actually a cast of a real tooth. The rugose corals (also known as solitary or horn corals) are very often mistaken for dinosaur teeth but are older than the oldest dinosaurs, having gone extinct around 250 million years ago (the oldest known dinosaurs are around 230 million years old).

Learn more on the Museum’s Division of Paleontology website


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foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive

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amnhnyc:

Today is #NationalFossilDay!
The evolution of sharks can be traced back over 400 million years, and the most famous extinct shark is Carcharodon megalodon, whose jaws hang in the Museum’s Hall of Vertebrate Origins. This animal, which lived in the seas 10 million years ago, easily dwarfed modern great white sharks.
Photographed by samthecobra for #InsideAMNH.

amnhnyc:

Today is #NationalFossilDay!

The evolution of sharks can be traced back over 400 million years, and the most famous extinct shark is Carcharodon megalodon, whose jaws hang in the Museum’s Hall of Vertebrate Origins. This animal, which lived in the seas 10 million years ago, easily dwarfed modern great white sharks.

Photographed by samthecobra for #InsideAMNH.


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sableye-of-the-tiger:

Mega Bird Force 1 Reporting for duty

sableye-of-the-tiger:

Mega Bird Force 1 Reporting for duty

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itsstuckyinmyhead:

Best Tumblr Responses 

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Benedict Cumberbatch for Out Magazine November 2014

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coledownlow:

I love this quote. I love this movie.

This scene impressed me so much when I first saw it. It still fills me with… idk something. I love it.

Still one of my favorite lines from a movie ever. 

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architectureofdoom:

Christi Auferstehung church, Köln-Lindenthal, Gottfried Böhm, 1968–70
View this on the map

architectureofdoom:

Christi Auferstehung church, Köln-Lindenthal, Gottfried Böhm, 1968–70

View this on the map

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animeismywhore:

Maison Ikkoku, episode 17: “The Story of Kyoko’s First Love on Rainy Days Like These”

animeismywhore:

Maison Ikkoku, episode 17: “The Story of Kyoko’s First Love on Rainy Days Like These”

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