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lsdzeppelin:

i was taking pictures of the new puppy

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when i look out the window to see the older dog just

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lostateminor:

>The horror! A swarm of wasps have built a huge nest on this guy’s windowWoah woah woah, put down your power-hose and your homemade flamethrower. There’s no need to get apocalyptic on this wasps nest, it’s completely safe… more or less. YouTuber Vang Tsal discovered recently that a swarm of particularly large wasps had started to build their nest between two layers of glass in one of the windows of his house. 
Putting aside any risks that they might infiltrate his living area and sting him into the mother of all anaphylactic shocks, Tsal has been given a rare opportunity to observe the real time development of a wasps nest’s interior without disturbing the creatures. 
He has kept abreast of the creepy-crawlies’ progress, posting multiple videos to YouTube and causing a storm of comments on Reddit. According to Tsal: ‘Winter is coming and the wasps will die by natural causes in 1-2 months. If they cause trouble before then (though they are there for 2 months without a problem) I will kill them with a long torch. The high temperature melts their wings and they become harmless and defenceless. We do this many times around the house in the summer. Not before I make a time lapse video of those buggers though.’
The videos are truly amazing, offering incredibly intimate shots into the workings of an active hive (normally any dissected wasp nests are long-abandoned). At times you can even see the tiny larvae pulsing inside their little holes. Equal parts gross and incredible.

lostateminor:

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The horror! A swarm of wasps have built a huge nest on this guy’s window

Woah woah woah, put down your power-hose and your homemade flamethrower. There’s no need to get apocalyptic on this wasps nest, it’s completely safe… more or less. YouTuber Vang Tsal discovered recently that a swarm of particularly large wasps had started to build their nest between two layers of glass in one of the windows of his house.

Putting aside any risks that they might infiltrate his living area and sting him into the mother of all anaphylactic shocks, Tsal has been given a rare opportunity to observe the real time development of a wasps nest’s interior without disturbing the creatures.

He has kept abreast of the creepy-crawlies’ progress, posting multiple videos to YouTube and causing a storm of comments on Reddit. According to Tsal: ‘Winter is coming and the wasps will die by natural causes in 1-2 months. If they cause trouble before then (though they are there for 2 months without a problem) I will kill them with a long torch. The high temperature melts their wings and they become harmless and defenceless. We do this many times around the house in the summer. Not before I make a time lapse video of those buggers though.’

The videos are truly amazing, offering incredibly intimate shots into the workings of an active hive (normally any dissected wasp nests are long-abandoned). At times you can even see the tiny larvae pulsing inside their little holes. Equal parts gross and incredible.

dirtylittlechemist:

poyzn:

Animals that are patiently awesome.

Oh the last one!!

fallen-angel-of-thursday:

useyourcharm:

SO I CAN LIVE OFF MASHED POTATOES
IS THAT WHAT YOU’RE SAYING

this was a large study spanning many years and is sometimes known as ireland

fallen-angel-of-thursday:

useyourcharm:

SO I CAN LIVE OFF MASHED POTATOES

IS THAT WHAT YOU’RE SAYING

this was a large study spanning many years and is sometimes known as ireland

4gifs:

Go away kid I’m trying to be fabulous. [video]

4gifs:

Go away kid I’m trying to be fabulous. [video]

maravilhanaervilha:

OMG I CANT STOP LAUGHING

maravilhanaervilha:

OMG I CANT STOP LAUGHING

jaydles85:

We’ve all had our moments where we’re either Jake or Finn

lawebloca:

Dog Shatters Branch On Fence ** video **

lawebloca:

Dog Shatters Branch On Fence ** video **

cubebreaker:

Japan’s Nabana no Sato Botanical Garden used over 7,000,000 LED lights to create this amazing tribute to nature featuring displays of rainbows, auroras, and Mt. Fuji.

consultingmoosecaptain:

catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.

Photos by ©Brain Gremlin

IKM MAKING SOME REALLY AWAFUL NOISES