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swoopingisrad:

hungover babies. 
pros of mage bf no.1

swoopingisrad:

hungover babies. 

pros of mage bf no.1

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gengarite:

cleaned lines + perspective things on the magical first meeting redraw ‘v’

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betteranimebetterfuture:

Mayaya and Banba from Princess Jellyfish by Sonya Mouse

betteranimebetterfuture:

Mayaya and Banba from Princess Jellyfish by Sonya Mouse

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igperish:

I was thinking we send the puppy

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benepla:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

benepla:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

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zackaroth:

IRL FOOTAGE OF DASHCON STAFF LEAVING HOTEL

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wasongo:

I made a ridiculous tiger and bunny print which is now up for preorder if anyone wants it!

wasongo:

I made a ridiculous tiger and bunny print which is now up for preorder if anyone wants it!

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Reblogged from ultrafacts
jenniferrpovey:

ultrafacts:

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50 species of lizard and one species of snake reproduce through parthenogenesis (that’s the fancy word for producing offspring as a female without having sex).
Except.
Whiptails are stimulation ovulators. That is to say, they can’t ovulate without having sex.
So not only do they are give birth through immaculate conception, they’re ALL LESBIANS.
There are two kinds of parthenogenesis seen in reptiles. That used by whiptails and the other all female species is true cloning - the egg contains the female’s full genetic material).
Other species including komodo dragons use another form of parthenogenesis where they actually fertilize themselves, with a haploid polar body used instead of a sperm. Because of the way reptile sex chromosomes work, this form of parthenogenesis can produce males as well as females - however, the females produced have weird sex chromosomes and can only lay other females. It’s used as a backup reproductive strategy if they can’t find a mate. This works because in reptiles, unlike mammals, its the males that have two sex chromosomes the same (ZZ) and the females different (ZW). Females produced by parthenogenesis are WW - and that’s what happened to the whiptails. They lost the Z chromosome and now are all WWs.
IOW?
Reptiles are fascinating.

jenniferrpovey:

ultrafacts:

Source Want more facts?, follow the Ultrafacts Blog

50 species of lizard and one species of snake reproduce through parthenogenesis (that’s the fancy word for producing offspring as a female without having sex).

Except.

Whiptails are stimulation ovulators. That is to say, they can’t ovulate without having sex.

So not only do they are give birth through immaculate conception, they’re ALL LESBIANS.

There are two kinds of parthenogenesis seen in reptiles. That used by whiptails and the other all female species is true cloning - the egg contains the female’s full genetic material).

Other species including komodo dragons use another form of parthenogenesis where they actually fertilize themselves, with a haploid polar body used instead of a sperm. Because of the way reptile sex chromosomes work, this form of parthenogenesis can produce males as well as females - however, the females produced have weird sex chromosomes and can only lay other females. It’s used as a backup reproductive strategy if they can’t find a mate. This works because in reptiles, unlike mammals, its the males that have two sex chromosomes the same (ZZ) and the females different (ZW). Females produced by parthenogenesis are WW - and that’s what happened to the whiptails. They lost the Z chromosome and now are all WWs.

IOW?

Reptiles are fascinating.

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