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mcbitchtits:

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fuckyeahaquaria:

Arctic Grayling | Thymallus arcticus

“Arctic grayling, Thymallus arcticus , are found throughout most of the mainland in the Northwest Territories. They generally inhabit only those lakes and rivers with clear cold water. In large lakes they stay close to rocky shores and near the mouths of streams. Their most distinctive feature is a large and colourful dorsal fin. The back is dark purple or bluish-black, shading to silver on the sides (speckled with a few black spots) and white below.” -(by Fish as art)

fuckyeahaquaria:

Arctic Grayling | Thymallus arcticus

Arctic grayling, Thymallus arcticus , are found throughout most of the mainland in the Northwest Territories. They generally inhabit only those lakes and rivers with clear cold water. In large lakes they stay close to rocky shores and near the mouths of streams. Their most distinctive feature is a large and colourful dorsal fin. The back is dark purple or bluish-black, shading to silver on the sides (speckled with a few black spots) and white below.” -

(by Fish as art)

  

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oxeanvibes:

 
  

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isodelphox:

せらのい
  

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cherabby:

forgive me arceus for i have sinned

araki told me to

  

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stunningpicture:

Alligator shaking his fist at the world

stunningpicture:

Alligator shaking his fist at the world

  

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sassykardashian:

sailingonsuccess:

sassykardashian:

Science side of tumblr how do I become a jellyfish

Jellyfish have no brains. You’re already pretty close.

Okay WOW

  

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