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not-another-me:

Chris Sharma — La Dura Dura (5.15c, 9b+)

not-another-me:

Chris Sharma — La Dura Dura (5.15c, 9b+)

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afarewelltoarms:

good cop

afarewelltoarms:

good cop

// My hands are raw//

I’ve been climbing for 8 hours straight because i was bored. it made sense during the time, ok?

mikerickson:

hardwired-artificer:

hablup:

SO THIS HAPPENED TO SHOW UP ON MY DASH AGAIN SO I REBLOGGED IT.

First time it showed up today on my dash. Obligations etc etc

I recite this video daily.  It’s like a prayer.

hahahha what did I just watch

mikerickson:

sidoniethefairy:

or centuries, large unidentified sea animals have been reported off the coast of New Zealand. In 1968, a carcass washed ashore at Muriwai, on the west coast of North Island. The body was measured at 30 ft (9.1 m) long and 8 ft (2.4 m) high. After examining the bizarre carcass, the chairman of the Zoology Department at the University of Auckland said: “I can’t think of anything it resembles.” The body was photographed and looks like a big hairy blob. Other than a few sentences, very little information has been written about the case.
In 1977, the Japanese fishing trawler Zuiyō Maru discovered the Zuiyo-maru carcass off the coast of New Zealand, east of Christchurch. The crew was initially convinced that the body was an unidentified animal, but Captain Akira Tanaka decided to dump it back into the ocean. Before it was lost, a collection of photos, sketches, and samples were taken of the creature. The discovery resulted in a “plesiosaur-craze” in Japan. Analysis of the tissue indicated that the creature was most likely the carcass of a basking shark. However, the carcass holds some bizarre characteristics. It had a long neck, four large, reddish fins, a long tail, and lacked a dorsal fin.

I do love me some cryptozoology.

mikerickson:

sidoniethefairy:

or centuries, large unidentified sea animals have been reported off the coast of New Zealand. In 1968, a carcass washed ashore at Muriwai, on the west coast of North Island. The body was measured at 30 ft (9.1 m) long and 8 ft (2.4 m) high. After examining the bizarre carcass, the chairman of the Zoology Department at the University of Auckland said: “I can’t think of anything it resembles.” The body was photographed and looks like a big hairy blob. Other than a few sentences, very little information has been written about the case.

In 1977, the Japanese fishing trawler Zuiyō Maru discovered the Zuiyo-maru carcass off the coast of New Zealand, east of Christchurch. The crew was initially convinced that the body was an unidentified animal, but Captain Akira Tanaka decided to dump it back into the ocean. Before it was lost, a collection of photos, sketches, and samples were taken of the creature. The discovery resulted in a “plesiosaur-craze” in Japan. Analysis of the tissue indicated that the creature was most likely the carcass of a basking shark. However, the carcass holds some bizarre characteristics. It had a long neck, four large, reddish fins, a long tail, and lacked a dorsal fin.

I do love me some cryptozoology.

comeindoingcartwheels:

Campfire chilllllin’! (by verblonica)

comeindoingcartwheels:

Campfire chilllllin’! (by verblonica)

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I don’t know what to post anymore so heres a red panda attacking a pumpkin

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