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ohscience:

hermit crabs will use whatever shell they can find, including this blown glass shell by robert dugrenier. 

ohscience:

hermit crabs will use whatever shell they can find, including this blown glass shell by robert dugrenier. 

catasters:

Custard Cat

catasters:

Custard Cat

eiknarf:

how is this girl a juggalo?…what. 

eiknarf:

how is this girl a juggalo?…what. 

octopuspatronus:

Well that speech was shorter than I thought…

octopuspatronus:

Well that speech was shorter than I thought…

textsfrombennett:

Bennett and I text about stuffed animals. http://twitter.com/TextsFrmBennett

textsfrombennett:

Bennett and I text about stuffed animals. http://twitter.com/TextsFrmBennett

kqedscience:

Athlete Aimee Mullins
“Born without fibulae in both legs, Aimee’s medical prognosis was discouraging; she was told she would never walk, and would likely spend the rest of her life using a wheelchair. In an attempt for an outside chance at independent mobility, doctors amputated both her legs below the knee on her first birthday. The decision paid off. By age two, she had learned to walk on prosthetic legs, and spent her childhood doing the usual athletic activities of her peers: swimming, biking, softball, soccer, and skiing, always alongside “able-bodies” kids.”

kqedscience:

Athlete Aimee Mullins

“Born without fibulae in both legs, Aimee’s medical prognosis was discouraging; she was told she would never walk, and would likely spend the rest of her life using a wheelchair. In an attempt for an outside chance at independent mobility, doctors amputated both her legs below the knee on her first birthday. The decision paid off. By age two, she had learned to walk on prosthetic legs, and spent her childhood doing the usual athletic activities of her peers: swimming, biking, softball, soccer, and skiing, always alongside “able-bodies” kids.”