This, Barabas; since things are in thy power, I see no reason but of Malta’s wreck, nor hope of thee but extreme cruelty: nor fear I death, nor will I flatter thee.
“Now fals the star whose influence governes France, Whose light was deadly to the Protestants: Now must he fall and perish in his height.”
“Thankes good Iarbus for thy friendly ayde, Achates and the rest shall waite on thee, Whil’st I rest thankfull for this curtesie.”
“Woe is me, for me is a dative object and woe is a singular verb and dative constructions are not used in contemporary English so everyone picks on my grammar.”
Tomato frogs seldom get any riper than this. Think of them as an heirloom variety.
They serve everything at that restaurant.
Best zoo sign in Virginia.
I didn’t realize this until quite recently, but the casques on the head of a hornbill are NOT hollow. I had just assumed they were because everything else about birds is surprisingly hollow and light. The big long toucan bills? Hollow. Those big strong eagle bones? Hollow. Those massive feathers on peacocks? Hollow.
Hornbills? The birds named after animals that have big hollow horns? Solid casques as dense as ivory.
Of course, while the rhinoceros hornbill is doing okay, some hornbills are being slaughtered for their “ivory” casques, which are carved and sold to rich collectors.
My friends, I present to you the closest living relative to the elephant.
Every family’s got one.
All the geese have learned that it’s best to just ignore Wilbur when he’s off on one of his tirades.
This guy is growing increasingly concerned about the number of Pokéballs littering the zoo and thinks that humans should pick up after themselves and not just throw ball and ball until they get what they want, leaving the mess behind for everone else to deal with.