Ronald McDonald's Pleasure Palace of the Abyss

xhopex4:

Morbid Angel - Where the Slime Live

sakrogoat:

Jacopo Tintoretto - St. George and the Dragon (detail)

sakrogoat:

Jacopo Tintoretto - St. George and the Dragon (detail)

ughpsh:

Radar image of the Zambezi River

ughpsh:

Radar image of the Zambezi River

sharkchunks:

Lost Highway

sharkchunks:

Lost Highway

understructure:

Alhambra Palace, Granada, Spain by wamcclung

understructure:

Alhambra Palace, Granada, Spain by wamcclung

wowtastic-nature:

Dark Clouds Over Yellowstone by  saro di bartolo on 500px.com (Original Size - Height: 1200px - Width: 802px)

wowtastic-nature:

Dark Clouds Over Yellowstone by saro di bartolo on 500px.com
(Original Size - Height: 1200px - Width: 802px)

astronomy-to-zoology:

Stone Moroko (Pseudorasbora parva)
Also known as the Topmouth Gudgeon, the stone moroko is a species of cyprinid fish that is widely distributed throughout Asia, but has become an invasive species in Europe as well. Its introduction to Europe spells danger for local species like Leucaspius delineatus, Pseudorasbora parva carries a parasite (Sphaerothecum destruens) which is harmful to other fish.
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Actinopterygii-Cypriniformes-Cyprinidae-Gobioninae-Pseudorasbora-P. parva
Image: Seotaro

astronomy-to-zoology:

Stone Moroko (Pseudorasbora parva)

Also known as the Topmouth Gudgeon, the stone moroko is a species of cyprinid fish that is widely distributed throughout Asia, but has become an invasive species in Europe as well. Its introduction to Europe spells danger for local species like Leucaspius delineatus, Pseudorasbora parva carries a parasite (Sphaerothecum destruens) which is harmful to other fish.

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Actinopterygii-Cypriniformes-Cyprinidae-Gobioninae-Pseudorasbora-P. parva

Image: Seotaro