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graveserling:

graveserling:

Pride fishies just in time for pride!! Check them out on my redbubble! Please support your local disabled lgbt artist if you can!

Update

eevee-nicks:

zizibutik:

zizibutik:

quasahi:

eevee-nicks:

I think Princess Zelda lost her pregnancy 🙁 Or else she gave birth and killed the babies, which is particularly sad because Samus is the one who impregnated her. At any rate she isn’t pregnant anymore.

To recap for anyone who missed it, Samus was found dead behind the castle a couple of weeks ago. Link died not long after that, so it’s just been Zelda, Bayonetta, and Pikachu chilling out with some snails. 

Of course, none of those three can impregnate each other so no one is pregnant or coupled off right now. Pikachu’s babies are growing well. There are six still living. There were seven, but one escaped and Bayonetta ate it. 

Because of course these updates always have to involve someone eating someone else. *sigh*

excuse me what

UPDATE: THOSE ARE OP’S FISHES

Blogging about my aquarium is fun

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seatrench:

seatrench:

this isopod is gay

and theres nothing you can do about it

Photo

Photo

gekkos: fishkeeping is now gay culture 🐟🏳️‍…

gekkos:

fishkeeping is now gay culture 🐟🏳️‍🌈

bogleech: This is the funniest and most thoug…

bogleech:

This is the funniest and most thoughtful I’ve ever seen an organization use a meme and it’s good people with good goals who don’t just want your money on top of it

my-splendid-pets: You. Can’t see them at all …

my-splendid-pets:

You. Can’t see them at all here, but Max has two more little brown things in her muscles. You can see the big one, and the other two are much smaller and look like commas. They are above the original spot.

She seems ok otherwise. The only thing that concerns me is she’s very light colored. Her colors have barely gotten darker since I’ve had her. The only thing wrong is the pH is too high (7.2) and she could maybe use more cover, which I’m working on. She’s extremely active though, she doesn’t seem stressed or in pain. :/

I can’t really tell much from this, but if it helps Jackson had hemorrhagic septicemia and it looked like this. He got really lethargic before the spots showed up but that was the only change in behavior. It started as one spot and gradually grew into more.

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autistwithfish:

brotweiler:

orcinusalba:

Not a great day…

So my mum’s just been diagnosed with cancer, can you guys send me pictures of your babs to cheer me up? Could do with seeing some cute faces

i’m so sorry. i don’t have any fish pictures right now, but here’s my cat Bob

I can offer a newt and a chicken

Here’s Arp, my kitty Purl, and a terrapin from a rescue center. I hope everything works out

Join us and celebrate #PrideInTheOcean!

noaasanctuaries:

(Image description: A double rainbow stretches over the ocean.)

During the month of June, the National Marine Sanctuary System will be celebrating Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month through our #PrideInTheOcean campaign. Our ocean is for everyone, and we want to know how you take pride in this blue planet.

In partnership with Pride Outside, we’re asking you to post an image of yourself in, on, or by the ocean with a sign declaring #PrideInTheOcean!

How to participate

From sharing a photo on your own social media account to adding your image to our Story Map, there are numerous ways to get involved in #PrideInTheOcean. Here are a few ideas.

#1: Show off your pride!

Share a photo of yourself in, on, or by the ocean – bonus points if you’re holding a sign that says #PrideInTheOcean. Post it on Instagram and/or Twitter with a caption explaining why you take pride in the ocean. Don’t forget to add the hashtag!

To be featured on the social media feeds of NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and Pride Outside, submit your photo using this form or email your photo and caption to earthisblue@noaa.gov.

#2: Encourage others to show their pride!

Help us spread the word and ask your friends and family to get involved and post their own photos to social media with #PrideInTheOcean.

#3: Map your pride!

Add your photo and caption to our #PrideInTheOcean Story Map so we can see just how far this message goes. Together, we can declare our pride from coast to coast.

Who to tag

Help spread the word by tagging the following handles.

Instagram:
NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries: @noaasanctuaries
Pride Outside: @prideoutside

Twitter:
NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries: @sanctuaries
Pride Outside: @pride_outside
National Marine Sanctuary Foundation: @marinesanctuary

Tumblr: 

NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries: @noaasanctuaries

Example post

My name is Liz Weinberg, and I have #PrideInTheOcean. As the social media coordinator for NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, I work to bring information about the National Marine Sanctuary System to people all over the world. As a queer woman, I want to make sure that EVERYONE has access to and feels welcome in these amazing places.

(Photo description: A woman stands in front of the ocean with a sign that says “#PrideInTheOcean.”)

Partners

#PrideInTheOcean is brought to you by NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Pride Outside, and the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. Want your organization to get involved? Contact elizabeth.weinberg@noaa.gov.

About the project

The National Marine Sanctuary System offers this story map as part of its continuing Heritage Months 2018 project. We celebrate the seven officially recognized Heritage Months of 2018 with targeted outreach appropriate to each month and offer extensive diversity resources on our Heritage of the Blue site.

Because this nation, and its ocean, are for everyone.

octo-bones: Meet my new boy Dorian. He’s a pl…

octo-bones:

Meet my new boy Dorian. He’s a plakat betta and he’s absolutely huge. He decided to pose for me near the rainbow sticker for pride month.