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shiftythrifting · 4 hours ago
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Mmm chicken pipe
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shiftythrifting · a day ago
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Series of finds across several Northeast Ohio thrift stores:
1) FUR
2) it’s smiling at me….
3) hang your….hooves?
4) half a carnival ride
5) stick moose
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buy-skulls · 6 days ago
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Our inventory is piling up!!
We've just restocked all of our most popular North American mammal skulls!
We've just topped up on coyotes, lynx, bobcats, foxes, fishers, and martens!
For pricing and more photos, visit our website. All of these can be shipped worldwide, except for the felines.
Snag them online at www.SkullStore.ca! NOW OFFERING CURBSIDE PICKUP!
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shiftythrifting · 7 days ago
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https://www.shopgoodwill.com/Item/119175991
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no-name-yet · 8 days ago
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I needed to revise it because I didn't like the gif I had for Ben/Spike.
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"You are NOT throwing away your life over this."
"It's not your choice."
~Buffyverse AU~
Reylo as Spuffy
@reysexualkylo @reylokisses @oh-adam @ben-solo-is-a-cinnamon-roll @greyforceuser @waterlilyrose @reylo-trash @heylo-reylo @reylodaily @goodboybensolo @rosetintedlightsaber @dyadwars @kylos @driverdaily @reyloaddictxx @bensolothelastskywalker @pulltothelight @the-dark-reyven
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chupacabracrafts · 11 days ago
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Painting some flesh tones back onto these "sleeping" feeder rodent mummies
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shiftythrifting · 12 days ago
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found on one of the local swap&sell pages
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bold of you to assume that everyone’s not thinking you’re the weirdo for selling a jar of wishbones
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eternally-tired1 · 13 days ago
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Found a the second dead fox of the month, there was antifreeze poured down a drain near my town and already killed a fox that drank the water. Guessing this dude died the same way.
Also looks like it's been a week at least but not sure.
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Allosaurus maximus, known to some as Saurophaganax maximus. A huge allosaur from Late Jurassic North America, and basically the T. rex of its time, in both name and niche.
Allosaurus maximus, known commonly as Scarlet Allosaurs, are an outlier amongst their kin. While allosaurs are generally solitary, many species are inclined to form loose alliances to take down larger prey (though said alliances only survive as long as the prey does. Feeding frenzies are common, and oftentimes the weaker allosaurs in the gangs cannibalise each other to compensate for the share of meat claimed by the stronger ones). Scarlet Allosaurs, however, are almost never found in groups. Their size renders the need for teamwork during hunting largely absent. In extremely rare occurrences, two or three Scarlet Allosaurs may be seen engaging a particularly large sauropod, and these gangs are strangely peaceful, insofar as not resorting to cannibalism or violent frenzies. Instead, they eat their fill, giving little to no notice to their allies, and then go their separate ways as if they’d never met at all. The only reliable cause of combat between Scarlet Allosaurs is territorial dispute, and these are also rare. For this purpose, their ancestral protofeathers have evolved into rigid, pointed dorsal quills, to discourage biting and thus minimise injury. To any other large predators, Scarlet Allosaurs are highly intolerant and will be more than willing to throw their weight around to intimidate local competition, if not kill them outright. Amongst each other, though, significant dispute is a rarity within a rarity, and one could be led to believe that Scarlet Allosaurs are generally docile because of it. This is only true if you are also a Scarlet Allosaur. If you’re not, maintain distance.
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Imago
buried in the unconscious from infancy
A dog-eared photograph
Ancestors wax funeral portrait carried in procession
Scratchy black-and-white dubbed videotape
Backward, now forward again, back and forward, forward and back
Always blurred in freeze-frame
Anger buried with mother’s milk, a chrysalis buried in humus
A cesarean scar
The dead religion of psychoanalysis
Down among the tendrils of thought
Faded names in a Bible
Whisper that the dead had it coming
The Death’s Head Moth gradually, silently consumes, wastes
Time’s eating us up
A thousand light-years across the mind
The head inside a dusty glass in a dusty glass compartment
Eyes burned milky keep watch
Thousands of people in the cliff face of boxes
A stone crusader lying on the tomb
Cento source:
Harris, Thomas. The Silence of the Lambs: 25th Anniversary Edition. Kindle ed. St. Martin’s Griffin, 2013 pp. 10, 23, 48-52, 71, 81, 96, 104, 142, 162, 281-3, 290, 299
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rustandsky · 15 days ago
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Possum pals fistbump!
Little thing for a friend :)
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thegreenwolf · 16 days ago
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It's destash time! I have added a bunch of bones, preserved wings and feet, horse hair and other crafty bits (more than what you see here) to my shop at http://thegreenwolf.etsy.com :)
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earthenremains · 19 days ago
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Vulture Culture Canada is a location specific group that primarily focuses on the interest in and collection of animal remains, as well as the processes of cleaning and preserving them. Above all this group is meant to be a safe and educational place.
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earthenremains · 20 days ago
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And so it begins…The start of the “forbidden soup”. This is the head of the coyote I found back in January. I was too lazy to skin the head before sticking it in the bucket. However, as temperatures aren't quite consistently warm enough here to really kick the process off, I may return to it in the next couple of days and strip it down.
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shiftythrifting · 21 days ago
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At my job I go through artifacts, this belonged to a former governor. It’s made of butterfly wings glued to paper
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Carcharodontosaurus saharicus, a gigantic theropod from mid-Cretaceous Northern Africa. Well-known as having lived alongside Spinosaurus, they probably wouldn’t have come to blows all too often, being specialised for different prey items. Besides, this dude’s cool enough on its own merits, no counterpart needed.
Carcharodontosaurus saharicus, known commonly as the Greater African Walkingshark, is an elusive and reserved animal, valuing its privacy and your distance greatly. Like most megatheropods, the adults will not go out of their way to hunt humans, but they will grow aggressive if you come too close. Furthermore, “too close” is, by all accounts, not really that close at all, as this particular species of walkingshark prefers a considerable radius of personal space. Observe with binoculars or not at all, and don’t trust that it won’t see your vehicle as a potential meal. If this happens, thankfully, it takes little more than waving your hands and yelling loudly to drive the animal away. Greater African Walkingsharks are deceptively shy and averse to conflict. Because of this, don’t go out expecting to see a fight between a walkingshark and a Pharaoh River Dragon (Spinosaurus aegyptiacus). Such occurrences are exceedingly rare and usually anticlimactic.
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