I am Ashley, a shy eventual-marine biologist and lover of animals over humans.
This is my personal blog. If you want just marine biology, go here.
My pastimes include saving arthropods and other creepy crawlies from malevolent humans,
Exploring nature, literature, music, and art of various forms,
Learning about anything and everything, especially organisms in the kingdom Animalia,
And hiding away from most of humanity because I'm afraid of people.
I'm pretty amiable, though, so we can be friends if you need someone to talk to.
If I post something without a source, it's either a reblog or it's my own content.
Stuff I like (all)
- Anonymous asked:Phylogenetic evidence indicates the behavior of meat consumption is basal to the H. Sapiens genus. Behaviorally humans didn't just pick up spears and decide to kill animals one day. Our ancestors, H. Heidelbergensis hunted, and evidence shows that fire was used by H. Erectus as well. Human physiology is specifically adapted to meat cooking and consumption. Also, the distinction predation in one species of ape (humans) and predation in other species is a false dichotomy. Checkmate.
dude what haha. i’m not sure if you’re aware but we’re not cavemen, you buy your meat at the grocery store, settle down. nothing you said was...