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Roonil Wazlib And then Snake looks at Harry and goes "Roonil Wazlib can't be your nickname...   Because it was my nickname."  (Entire class gasps)

Roonil Wazlib And then Snake looks at Harry and goes "Roonil Wazlib can't be your nickname... Because it was my nickname." (Entire class gasps)

Beautiful Macro Photography Shots Gallery

Beautiful Macro Photography Shots

Winner of the WIRED Macro Photo Contest "Eye of a Tokay Gecko" Submitted by Alan M Photographer's comment: "A close-up shot of a Tokay Gecko. Their eyes remind me of old-fashioned keyholes.

Magnificent color, texture and design.  Everything can be found in nature.

Eye Wallpapers from the Walltor Desktop Wallpaper collection. The best wallpapers for your Desktops and Laptops from all over the internet, so that you never miss a great wallpaper.

And the greatest should-be-an-emoji award goes to this gecko! This would be an awesome emoji! Smiley Gecko!

And the greatest should-be-an-emoji award goes to this gecko! This would be an awesome emoji! (this is one crazy lookin' gecko!

greek goddess makeup and hair | This hair style reminds me of a Greek Goddess

Greek hairstyles look great on Indian women. Try out any of these hairstyles and look like a Greek goddess. From easy updos with tiaras to divine braids!

Amazon milk frog - The Mission golden-eyed tree frog or Amazon milk frog (Trachycephalus resinifictrix) is a large species of arboreal frog native to the Amazon Rainforest in South America. It is sometimes referred to as the blue milk frog. It was first discovered along the Maracanã River in Brazil.

Amphibians facing 'terrifying' rate of extinction

The púca (Irish for spirit/ghost) is primarily a creature of Irish folklore. Considered to be bringers both of good and bad fortune, they could either help or hinder rural and marine communities. The creatures were said to be shape changers which could take the appearance of black horses, goats and rabbits #folklore

The púca (Irish for spirit/ghost), pooka, phouka, phooka, phooca or púka is primarily a creature of Irish folklore.

Natural Dye Class

Natural dyes: their history and how to make them

A comment on one of my hubs, that on the negative effects of the petroleum and of the petrochemical industry, has led me to write this article, to demonstrate that man could easily survive and have all that he wishes for, even without polluting the.

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