vedderofficial:

led zeppelin fan blogs be like ‘jimmy-page-squeezed-my-lemon-so-the-juice-ran-down-over-the-hills-and-confused’

that-confounded-bridge:

Everyone go on Jimmy Page’s website immediately 

hotsenator:

honestly me right now

hotsenator:

honestly me right now

unfollower:

tips for college:

  • no 1 cares if you eat alone in the dining hall
  • dont be scared of upperclassmen they dont care
  • dont raise your hand to go to the bathroom 
  • dont bring a handwritten sick note from ur mom
libutron:

Ghost Bat - Macroderma gigas
The Ghost Bat belongs to the species Macroderma gigas (Chiroptera - Megadermatidae), and gains its rather spooky name from its unusually pale coloration. 
As in other members of the Megadermatidae, the eyes are relatively large, and the impressively long ears are joined at the base, with a forked tragus (a small pointed eminence of the external ear) that partly covers the ear opening, while a long, erect nose leaf projects above the snout.
This species, classified as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List, is native to Australia and is also known as Australian false vampire bat, Australian ghost bat, Australian giant false vampire bat.
Reference: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Bruce Thomson | Locality: Mt. Isa, Queensland, Australia (2006)

libutron:

Ghost Bat - Macroderma gigas

The Ghost Bat belongs to the species Macroderma gigas (Chiroptera - Megadermatidae), and gains its rather spooky name from its unusually pale coloration. 

As in other members of the Megadermatidae, the eyes are relatively large, and the impressively long ears are joined at the base, with a forked tragus (a small pointed eminence of the external ear) that partly covers the ear opening, while a long, erect nose leaf projects above the snout.

This species, classified as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List, is native to Australia and is also known as Australian false vampire bat, Australian ghost bat, Australian giant false vampire bat.

Reference: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Bruce Thomson | Locality: Mt. Isa, Queensland, Australia (2006)

turntechgoddamnit:

where da party at