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    historicaltimes:


A well supplied Villista during the Mexican Revolution, c. 1914 Read More

    historicaltimes:

    A well supplied Villista during the Mexican Revolution, c. 1914

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    thewindsinmyheart:

The Dilinger Escape Plan // okt. 6 @A38

    thewindsinmyheart:

    The Dilinger Escape Plan // okt. 6 @A38

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    h4ilstorm:

Lioness with Cub (Samburu National Reserve) (by Alex Voets)

    h4ilstorm:

    Lioness with Cub (Samburu National Reserve) (by Alex Voets)

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    slipknot:

The Negative One // http://slipknot1.com

Not a bad song. I used to listen Slipknot all the time in middle school.

    slipknot:

    The Negative One // http://slipknot1.com

    Not a bad song. I used to listen Slipknot all the time in middle school.

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    historicaltimes:

Buchenwald concentration camp at Weimar, Germany. The bodies were about to be disposed of by burning when the camp was captured by troops of the 3rd U.S. Army, April 14 1945.

People are capable of horrible things.

    historicaltimes:

    Buchenwald concentration camp at Weimar, Germany. The bodies were about to be disposed of by burning when the camp was captured by troops of the 3rd U.S. Army, April 14 1945.

    People are capable of horrible things.

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    biocanvas:

Spiryogyra
Spirogyra, a type of green algae, is common to freshwater areas and consists of over 400 currently described species. Spirogyra is so named because its light-absorbing chloroplasts are arranged in a prominent spiral shape running along the length of each cell. Commonly found in clean waters, this algae’s outer cell wall can dissolve in water, making it slimy to touch.
Image captured and submitted by Dennis Quertermous, University of Alabama.

    biocanvas:

    Spiryogyra

    Spirogyra, a type of green algae, is common to freshwater areas and consists of over 400 currently described species. Spirogyra is so named because its light-absorbing chloroplasts are arranged in a prominent spiral shape running along the length of each cell. Commonly found in clean waters, this algae’s outer cell wall can dissolve in water, making it slimy to touch.

    Image captured and submitted by Dennis Quertermous, University of Alabama.

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