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peechingtonmariejust:

I have watched this 782 times.
onto 783, my friends. onto 783.

outforhealth
2 million.

That’s how many lives could be saved by lifting the ban on gay blood donors (via micdotcom)

Since 1977, the FDA has banned all men who have ever had sex with another man from ever donating blood. But in recent years, countries like the U.K. and Canada have lifted similar bans, recognizing the inherent and unfounded homophobic stereotypes of these laws. And based on the new research findings, it’s time for the U.S. to do the same. 

(via outforhealth)

astronomy-to-zoology

astronomy-to-zoology:

Indian Hare (Lepus nigricollis)

Also known as the Black-naped Hare, the Indian hare is a species of hare (Lepus spp.) which occurs on the Indian Subcontinent and in Java. Indian hares are primarily diurnal (active during the day) and solitary, spending most of their time foraging on a wide variety of grasses and other plant matter. 

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Mammalia-Lagomorpha-Leporidae-Lepus-L. nigricollis

Images: N. A. Naseer and Sumeet Moghe