A Very Strange New World
riftwitch:

When doing a Toho kaiju redesign series, it is ABSOLUTELY VITAL that your Gigan and Megalon go together. 
I’m not that fond of how Megalon and Gigan Neo looked individually, but Matt knew full well how important this was, and gave them the same surface look to tie them together. 
Gigan may have debuted with King Ghidorah, but it wasn’t until Megalon that he found his center. 
What I’m saying is, Gigan and Megalon are my platonic OTP. 

riftwitch:

When doing a Toho kaiju redesign series, it is ABSOLUTELY VITAL that your Gigan and Megalon go together. 

I’m not that fond of how Megalon and Gigan Neo looked individually, but Matt knew full well how important this was, and gave them the same surface look to tie them together. 

Gigan may have debuted with King Ghidorah, but it wasn’t until Megalon that he found his center. 

What I’m saying is, Gigan and Megalon are my platonic OTP. 

fuckyeahdinoart:

Raptors by AntarcticSpring
wolfmonsters:

"Night Werewolf" by Ricardo Zoppello

wolfmonsters:

"Night Werewolf" by Ricardo Zoppello

too-much-green:

all $17000 of it

too-much-green:

all $17000 of it

scifi-fantasy-horror:

by VITALIY SMYK
ANUBIS NO

roachpatrol:

kenaabik:

So I see this

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and all I can think is 

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this

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aspidelaps:

#that time u met jesus and he was just like haha check out this sweet yo-yo

aspidelaps:

#that time u met jesus and he was just like haha check out this sweet yo-yo

lackofa:

exploresque:

お魚(リク終了)

these are some of the cutest renditions of fish I have ever seen!

lackofa:

exploresque:

お魚(リク終了)

these are some of the cutest renditions of fish I have ever seen!

conoyura:

crooked man

conoyura:

crooked man

flying-by-instruments:

Dinosaur skull Giganotosaurus by watjong
astronomy-to-zoology:

Golden-backed Snipe Fly (Chrysopilus thoracicus)
…a species of snipe fly (Rhagionidae) that is distributed throughout eastern North America. Adult C. thoracicus typically inhabit Deciduous woodlands and are active during spring, April through May.  Adults are thought to be predatory on other insects, but they may not feed often.
Classification
Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Diptera-Orthorrhapha-Tabanomorpha-Rhagionidae-Chrysopilus-C. thoracicus
Image: ©Mike Burchett

astronomy-to-zoology:

Golden-backed Snipe Fly (Chrysopilus thoracicus)

…a species of snipe fly (Rhagionidae) that is distributed throughout eastern North America. Adult C. thoracicus typically inhabit Deciduous woodlands and are active during spring, April through May.  Adults are thought to be predatory on other insects, but they may not feed often.

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Diptera-Orthorrhapha-Tabanomorpha-Rhagionidae-Chrysopilus-C. thoracicus

Image: ©Mike Burchett

rezzydevil:

virus shaming

rezzydevil:

virus shaming