this is the most beautiful four-leaf clover i have ever found and i need to share it so feel free to reblog if you’d like a little extra luck!
Everyone who reblogs will get skeletons in their inbox.
if u do not reblog in 5 seconds u will be sent 2 eternal skeleton hell and be haunted by this seemingly harmless skeleton. don’t risk it!!1
decode their text messages for “txt speak” slang used by SKELETONS
- LOL - lots of legbones
- SMH - skeletons murdering humans
- FYI - forget your insides! (and become a skeleton)
- WTF - waxing the fibula
- OMG - outta my grave
- FFS - for friendly skeletons
Northern Gannets (Morus bassanus) dive for fish in Shetland.
Northern Gannets dive vertically into water at speeds of up to 100 km/hr, so their morphology is adapted to suit this. They have no external nostrils, and their secondary nostrils (which open into the roof of their mouth) can be closed while under water. The same can be done for their auditory canals, which are very small and covered with feathers. Their sternum is long and very strong, and Gannets also possess highly developed lungs and air sacs just under the skin along their chest and sides, which probably help buffer against the force of impact upon hitting the water.
Photo Credits: Richard Shucksmith | The Guardian
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