(Source: bustyburgerbabes, via 90s90s90s)
An angry mob of Northern leopard frogs (Lithobates pipiens) goes apeshit and ravages the countryside of Indiana.
photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS
(via: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Midwest Region)
get dunked on in the name of the lord
going in for a pray-up!
Ominous Storm, The Bermuda Triangle
& we wonder why things get lost there………
that’s not a storm that’s a fucking demon or something
What could possibly be going on in there??
Babies! We’re so happy to share the news about our new arrivals—penguin chicks! Read more about these special ambassadors in The Boston Globe. (Photo: David Ryan, The Boston Globe)
Now don’t you want to see penguins now? Like up close, so you can watch them squawk and swim? Come visit the Aquarium and learn about about these water birds with our Penguinology program this summer!
American Lobster (Homarus americanus)
You might think that all lobsters are bright red, but they only turn that color after they’ve been cooked for dinner. Lobsters are normally a blend of brown, green and red. However, because of genetic anomalies or changes in diet, some lobsters start out orange, white or even blue!
See lobsters of all sizes (including baby lobsters) and colors at the Aquarium.
Mediterranean jellies are not known for their sting, but they sure are pretty. Let’s see your pics of Aquarium jellies! Be sure to tag us in your caption: @newenglandaquarium #nofilter #animals #beautiful