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Mata mata (Chelus fimbriata)

The Mata mata is a freshwater turtle found in South America, primarily in the Amazon and Orinoco basins. It is strictly an aquatic species but it prefers standing in shallow water where its snout can reach the surface to breathe. The appearance of the mata mata’s shell resembles a piece of bark, and its head resembles fallen leaves. The mata mata is carnivorous, feeding exclusively upon aquatic invertebrates and fish, which it has to swallow whole, since it cannot chew due to the way its mouth is constructed.

I wonder how much HP it has.  

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'Make Mine Freedom' - 1940's Propaganda Film Ironic Today (VIDEO)

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‘Make Mine Freedom’ – 1940’s Propaganda Film Ironic Today (VIDEO)

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Shortly after World War 2, the US experienced a wave of propaganda films aiming to show off the virtues of capitalism while displaying the evils of communism. Produced by John Sutherland Productions, it is today in the Public Domain, where we all can witness the irony put forth in the film.

The freedoms it claims are to be taken…

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tepidlachlan:

When kids point out things you’re really self conscious about

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guy:

when the artist u hate releases a catchy song

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The Amazingly Quick Walmart-ization Of America In One Map

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The Amazingly Quick Walmart-ization Of America In One Map

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During most of the 20th Century, there was no Walmart. Until the 1990s, most states didn’t have a Walmart. This map, which shows the growth of Walmart since its inception in 1962, shows the dramatic way that the Walmart corporation has become a cultural icon of sorts and a symbol of how corporate America has changed the face of our country – from one with a thriving middle class to one where…

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