makes your skin crawl
I photograph the creepy crawlies of the world and make the ugly beautiful. I love the cold blooded and slithering, the fanged and spineless, the misunderstood. Take it in, have an open mind. I think these are some of the most beautiful creatures in the world.
makes your skin crawl
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writingsofeboard:

When I ran into him again he let me get a bit closer!
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writingsofeboard:

This is Beetlefriend and we’re besties. He talks to me.
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writingsofeboard:

Tarantula hanging with Buddha.
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writingsofeboard:

Handsome man lurking his new cage
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clearlyagoodrolemodel:

!!!! it’s a llil rattie with a FLOWER HATT
clearlyagoodrolemodel:

!!!! it’s a llil rattie with a FLOWER HATT
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writingsofeboard:

I got my FIRST EVER snake bite from Mr. Howie.

I finally got my first snake bite from my little sand boa.
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GTP
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writingsofeboard:

I call this picture, “Annoying My Poor GTP”

…while he’s eating…
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My blog turned 2 today!
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allcreatures:


Two divers look at a great white during a dive without shark cages in the waters off the coast of Mexico. Deep sea photographer Daniel Botelho took a series of pictures on a recent trip to a remote island off the coast of Mexico. The award-winning nature photographer insisted that while great white sharks are top predators they very rarely regard humans as food. 
He explained the key to safely diving with this notorious shark was to remain relaxed, keep eye contact with the shark and hold ones ground no matter how close the shark swims to the diver.

Pictures: Daniel Botelho / Barcroft Media (Photos and captions)
allcreatures:


Two divers look at a great white during a dive without shark cages in the waters off the coast of Mexico. Deep sea photographer Daniel Botelho took a series of pictures on a recent trip to a remote island off the coast of Mexico. The award-winning nature photographer insisted that while great white sharks are top predators they very rarely regard humans as food. 
He explained the key to safely diving with this notorious shark was to remain relaxed, keep eye contact with the shark and hold ones ground no matter how close the shark swims to the diver.

Pictures: Daniel Botelho / Barcroft Media (Photos and captions)
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cthulhupeelz:

reptilefacts:

nemertea:

butthurtherpetologist:

daysofourlizards:

Yesterday I went to reach for the hose and OH SHIT RATTLESNAKE. Luckily, it was small and sleeping, so I kept an eye on it until Animal Control arrived and took it to its new home in the Angeles Crest. The easiest way to differentiate between a rattler and other snakes (if you can’t see/hear the rattle) is by that big fat triangle head.

This is the kind of story I like to see on the snake tag. Where the person and snake both come out winners.

This is how you handle a rattlesnake in your yard. You’re safe, the snake is safe, professionals get paid to do their jobs, the world is better for everyone.

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Beautiful human being, you get all the hugs.
And holy fucking shit what a cutie! :D
cthulhupeelz:

reptilefacts:

nemertea:

butthurtherpetologist:

daysofourlizards:

Yesterday I went to reach for the hose and OH SHIT RATTLESNAKE. Luckily, it was small and sleeping, so I kept an eye on it until Animal Control arrived and took it to its new home in the Angeles Crest. The easiest way to differentiate between a rattler and other snakes (if you can’t see/hear the rattle) is by that big fat triangle head.

This is the kind of story I like to see on the snake tag. Where the person and snake both come out winners.

This is how you handle a rattlesnake in your yard. You’re safe, the snake is safe, professionals get paid to do their jobs, the world is better for everyone.

^

Beautiful human being, you get all the hugs.
And holy fucking shit what a cutie! :D