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Hori-senpai’s first appearance \(@ ̄∇ ̄@)/

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one episode, one gif: May’s crushed heart after seeing the real Ed

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Haikyuu Animal Parody

futaba-chi:

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ハイキュー動物パロ

Art by: こたろ

Translated & Typeset by: futaba-chi

[Reprinted with artist’s permission. Please also view and bookmark the original piece! Thank you.]

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Me: I should do something with my life
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Florida’s Manatees: The Search for Warmer Water

Spending the day perched 90 feet above ground is not what one thinks of when photographing manatees, but that is what my partner, photographer Paul Nicklen, and I ended up doing in March of 2011. Manatees and humans are in a tug of war over fresh water. Our assignment was to visualize the complex and often conflictive dynamics between boaters, swimmers, homeowners, federal authorities and the manatees that overwinter at the Three Sisters Springs in Florida’s Crystal River.

With over 1,500 golf courses, a large industrial agriculture infrastructure, and more than 3 million lawns, Florida demands a lot of fresh water. As more water is diverted from the springs to feed this insatiable thirst, the warm water of the springs stops flowing and is replaced by much colder seawater. For the manatees these warm waters are not optional, but a vital refuge where they rest, nurse their calves and most importantly, stay warm during the cold winter months when they come in from the ocean and coastal flats. Their presence is welcomed by the operators of the fast-growing “swim with the manatees business” but reviled by many home and boat owners who have to obey strict speed limits to avoid collisions with these gentle mammals.

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