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queerlittlemermaid: I think what it comes down to is femininity is degrading, being open and emotional.. since all men are supposed to be heartless hunter warriors with spears and gore everywhere and permanent hard ons. Oh yeah, that’s the epitome of manliness.

queerlittlemermaid: I think what it comes down to is femininity is degrading, being open and emotional.. since all men are supposed to be heartless hunter warriors with spears and gore everywhere and permanent hard ons. Oh yeah, that’s the epitome of manliness.

The human race... is the deadliest virus this planet has ever unleashed ... it's so deadly ... after destroying it's environment ... will self destruct ...

The human race... is the deadliest virus this planet has ever unleashed ... it's so deadly ... after destroying it's environment ... will self destruct ...

A larger mouth can improve feasting, as demonstrated by a newly identified prehistoric shark that could take in enormous quantities of food.

Can't hahahaha stop laughing Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Always remember this

Today is world oceans day! Every year, as many as 100 million sharks die at the hands of humans. Many die in the ocean as their fins are cut off and taken away to be sold to foreign markets, where they fetch prices as high as $500 per pound. Sharks are especially vulnerable to population decreases due to their slow growth rate and low birth numbers, and overfishing and finning has left one-third of open ocean sharks at the brink of extinction. #WildlifeEarth

Today is world oceans day! Every year, as many as 100 million sharks die at the hands of humans. Many die in the ocean as their fins are cut off and taken away to be sold to foreign markets, where they fetch prices as high as $500 per pound. Sharks are especially vulnerable to population decreases due to their slow growth rate and low birth numbers, and overfishing and finning has left one-third of open ocean sharks at the brink of extinction. #WildlifeEarth

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