fossilporn:

A skull of Deinotherium giganteum from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.  Deinotherium was a large prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and survived until the Early Pleistocene. During that time it changed very little. In life, it probably resembled modern elephants, except that its trunk was shorter, and it had downward curving tusks attached to the lower jaw.

fossilporn:

A skull of Deinotherium giganteum from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.  Deinotherium was a large prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and survived until the Early Pleistocene. During that time it changed very little. In life, it probably resembled modern elephants, except that its trunk was shorter, and it had downward curving tusks attached to the lower jaw.

Reblogged from fossilporn

dennys:

It’s Sausage 
It’s Sausage 
For fun it’s a wonderful food
It walks downnstairs
Alone or in pairs
And makes a Sausagy sound
A Link
A Link
A marvelous link
Everyone knows it’s Sausage
It’s Sausage 
It’s Sausage 
For fun it’s a wonderful food
It’s fun for a girl or a dude
It’s fun for a girl or a dude

dennys:

It’s Sausage
It’s Sausage
For fun it’s a wonderful food
It walks downnstairs
Alone or in pairs
And makes a Sausagy sound
A Link
A Link
A marvelous link
Everyone knows it’s Sausage
It’s Sausage
It’s Sausage
For fun it’s a wonderful food
It’s fun for a girl or a dude
It’s fun for a girl or a dude

Reblogged from dennys

indianathegalah:

I LOVE HIS LITTLE “PACHEEP”

Also my carpet.. I know it’s terrible… My dog is going through a particularly horrible summer shed. I promise I vacuum every couple days.