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Basking Shark - It is a filter-feeder. It has a huge mouth which it uses to collect tiny food that floats in the water. A sluggish swimmer with huge gills and dark, bristle-like gill rakers, it filters its food from the water. The snout is short and conical. Female basking sharks are up to 33 feet long; males are up to 30 feet long. This enormous shark weighs up to 4 tons. It is the second largest fish in the world; the whale shark is the largest. Whales Sharks, Basking Sharks, Whale Sharks, Mouth, Fish, The Ocean, Underwater Photography, Sea, Animal
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Your Breasts Are Trying To Kill You
Hunter S. Thompson, 1970 / In horse breeding, for instance, there is a definite risk in breeding two fast horses who are both a little crazy. The offspring will likely be very fast and also very crazy. So the trick in breeding thoroughbreds is to retain the good traits and filter out the bad. But the breeding of humans is not so wisely supervised, particularly in a narrow Southern society where the closest kind of inbreeding is not only stylish and acceptable, but far more convenient--to the parents--than setting their offspring free to find their own mates, for their own reasons and in their own ways. / via @binx Lipsticks, Hunters S Thompson, Deprav, Art, Illustration, Eyebrows, Ralph Steadman, Kentucky Derby, Pencils
Ophelia 1894 by John Waterhouse ♥