Red in Tooth and Claw

It's cold where Iive; send mittens

All dressed up for a museum event! It’s going to be a fun night :)
uafairbanks:

Permafrost core sample.

uafairbanks:

Permafrost core sample.

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Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change

terresauvage:

About the film

Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change had its world premiere October 23, 2010, at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto. The complete film also streamed online simultaneously watched by more than 1500 viewers around the world. Following the film, a Q&A with filmmakers Zacharias Kunuk and Dr. Ian Mauro included live call-in by Skype from viewers from Pond Inlet, New York, Sydney, Australia and other locations.

Nunavut-based director Zacharias Kunuk (Atanarjuat The Fast Runner) and researcher and filmmaker Dr. Ian Mauro (Seeds of Change) have teamed up with Inuit communities to document their knowledge and experience regarding climate change. This new documentary, the world’s first Inuktitut language film on the topic, takes the viewer “on the land” with elders and hunters to explore the social and ecological impacts of a warming Arctic. This unforgettable film helps us to appreciate Inuit culture and expertise regarding environmental change and indigenous ways of adapting to it.

This is a great movie. Anything Kunuk does is well worth watching.

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princess-femme:


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adamhillstudios:

The wonderfully huge and wild Virginia Falls of the Nahanni National park.

adamhillstudios:

The wonderfully huge and wild Virginia Falls of the Nahanni National park.

atomicbees:

sarahsnitch:

poisonmushroom-org:

dulcetflan:

kanyelujah:

i was expecting the ‘holy f***ing s***, f***ing dinosaurs’ but this was just

i wAS TRYING TO DRINK WATER AND IT WENT UP THE BACK OF MY MOUTH AND OUT OF MY NOSE

I was about to take a sip of my drink, and I couldn’t finish, I was laughing too hard.

And it just gets worse as it keeps going.

ill always love this video.

Never not reblog <3

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ourwildways:

untitled by Randy P. Martin on Flickr.
thebrainscoop:

Pronothrotherium typica - extinct species of ground sloth, 5.3-1.8mya. If you think they look like anteaters you’re not mistaken - this genus belongs to the order Xenarthra, which today includes tree sloths, armadillos, and - you guessed it - anteaters. Species in that order began evolving as long as 59 million years ago when mammalian life was diversifying all up in here. 

thebrainscoop:

Pronothrotherium typica - extinct species of ground sloth, 5.3-1.8mya. If you think they look like anteaters you’re not mistaken - this genus belongs to the order Xenarthra, which today includes tree sloths, armadillos, and - you guessed it - anteaters. Species in that order began evolving as long as 59 million years ago when mammalian life was diversifying all up in here. 

Finally finished watching, “The People of the Kattawapiskak River”.

I just had the most kickass Krav Maga class of my life but now I can’t walk down stairs and I have to scantron some exams in an hour. Ruh Roh.