It’s supposed to be Prussia spray painting a Gilbird onto the Berlin wall, but it looks like a mess of colours.
Reference (and where I took the graffiti from): http://soggiornilinguistici.wordpress.com/tag/berlin-wall/
EDIT: because people having been asking; no, he’s not supposed to be in the GDR. I drew the image with the idea it was in a modern day setting, hence the modern reference image.
Apologies for any confusion!
Early Xena promo shots
1. A girlfriend won’t fall from the sky, you have to go out and find one. Go to social events, there will be lots of girls there.
2. Engage a girl with light conversation and use every opportunity you can to touch her and ‘accidentally’ press up against her. Impress her: if you don’t know…
It turns out that dudebros have not changed in 2000 years. Did I love the Metamorphoses? Yes. Is this creepy as hell? Yes.
Tree Crocs - not just a ground based hazard any longer….scientists discover that crocs can climb trees. An not just a foot or two onto a low hanging branch, we’re talking as high as 12 feet (4m). Yikers.
Great News For Australia: Crocs Climb Trees!
Surprising research reveals that four different species of crocodiles can climb high into trees to survey their territories.
by Erin Frick
WHEN IT COMES TO avoiding a potentially fatal croc encounter in Australia’s Top End, most people would have their eyes on the water – but have you ever thought to look up?
Crocodiles are already known for impressive speed and agility around the water, but a new study published this week shows they are also capable of climbing trees.
"Nobody who has ever witnessed a freshwater crocodile run in a galloping gait would ever suspect them capable of such agility [in the trees], yet they are skilled at it," says Dr Adam Britton, study co-author at Charles Darwin University in Darwin, NT.
The research, led by Dr Vladimir Dinets at the University of Tennessee in the USA, is the first to focus on climbing behaviours of crocodilians, a group also including alligators, caimans and gharials.
The scientists confirmed that four different crocodile species – found in Australia, Africa and the Americas – are all able to climb, some as high as 4m, where they were observed basking in trees…
(read more: Australian Geographic)
photo: Van Velsem, 2009
There used to be a crocodilian species that is thought to have been mostly arboreal, dropping down out of trees onto its prey.
its scientific name is Mekosuchus inexpectatus but it is also referred to as a drop croc. :D
It’s 1770. Frederick the Great looks into the distance and says “I’m going to invade Russia.” Then he thinks. “No, I’ll just work on industry instead.” At that moment, the clouds part, and Charles XII descends in a ray of sun. He smiles and places a hand on…