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caramelcheese:

adventuresofcesium:

let’s all take a minute to stop and think about how Hagrid gave Harry his homemade birthday cake, told him how much he looked like his parents, and fed him sausages before he even started to explain that he was a wizard

let’s stop to think about how his absolute first priority was to let harry know that he was loved and cared for

 (via grapegoat)

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nintendroid:

We have extra Shiny Gengar codes!!! We will be giving these away on 10/23 at 9pm eastern time. These codes will only work in the NA REGIONS
To enter our give away all you have to do is like and reblog this post and we’ll message the 5 winners on 10/23! Good luck, this awesome shiny Gengar could be yours!

nintendroid:

We have extra Shiny Gengar codes!!! We will be giving these away on 10/23 at 9pm eastern time. These codes will only work in the NA REGIONS

To enter our give away all you have to do is like and reblog this post and we’ll message the 5 winners on 10/23! Good luck, this awesome shiny Gengar could be yours!

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palaeoverse:

lythronax-argestes-the-gore-king:

Ziapelta sanjuanensis is a new ankylosaurid from the Kirkland Formation of New Mexico. The holotype consists of a complete skull, two partial cervical half rings (neck armour plates), and miscellaneous osteoderms. It was contemporary with the Kaiparowits formation, however Ziapelta shows little resemblance to what ankylosaur remains have been found there. What’s really interesting about this ankylosaur is where phylogenetic analysis has recovered it - Ziapelta is much closer to other North American ankylosaurs such as Euoplocephalus and Scolosaurus than its contemporary, Nodocephalosaurus. Astonishingly, Nodocephalosaurus recovers within a clade of Asian ankylosaurs including Tarchia and Pinacosaurus. What this exactly implies for the radiation of derived ankylosaurids is currently not clear. 
The PalaeoFellows only just heard about this and did not feel like drawing an ankylosaur (well no, I admit, it’s just me), so we didn’t produce a reconstruction for Ziapelta. Reconstruction up top by Sidney Mohr.

Another new dinosaur!

palaeoverse:

lythronax-argestes-the-gore-king:

Ziapelta sanjuanensis is a new ankylosaurid from the Kirkland Formation of New Mexico. The holotype consists of a complete skull, two partial cervical half rings (neck armour plates), and miscellaneous osteoderms. It was contemporary with the Kaiparowits formation, however Ziapelta shows little resemblance to what ankylosaur remains have been found there. What’s really interesting about this ankylosaur is where phylogenetic analysis has recovered it - Ziapelta is much closer to other North American ankylosaurs such as Euoplocephalus and Scolosaurus than its contemporary, Nodocephalosaurus. Astonishingly, Nodocephalosaurus recovers within a clade of Asian ankylosaurs including Tarchia and Pinacosaurus. What this exactly implies for the radiation of derived ankylosaurids is currently not clear. 

The PalaeoFellows only just heard about this and did not feel like drawing an ankylosaur (well no, I admit, it’s just me), so we didn’t produce a reconstruction for Ziapelta. Reconstruction up top by Sidney Mohr.

Another new dinosaur!

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saddeer:

the only vine that matters 

Why does this child look like Fiona Goode right before she died in Coven?