Lydia Martin #teenwolf #Stydia

Honestly Lydia would make a great Harley Quinn except less violent

Teen wolf

Teen Wolf poor Stiles is always gonna be remembered by his jeep :( I am going to get Derek's symbol as a tatoo when I'm older

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The Heroes Curse

"Some of us have to make mistakes. Some of us have to get our hands a little bloody sometimes. Some of us are HUMAN!" / Lies of Omission -

This picture is ironic and highly, painfully relatable to us...

This picture is ironic and highly, painfully relatable to us.

Remember I love you Stydia 6x10 | I fucking can't ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

Dude this was so cute and amazing i have been waiting so this moment since the beginning

The Strepsirrhini suborder contains the following infraorders: Lemuriformes (LEMURS), Chiromyiformes (the AYE-AYE LEMUR), and Lorisiformes (GALAGOS, LORISES, & POTTOS). Distinctive characteristics of strepsirrhines include: a "wet nose" (i.e. rhinarium), large olfactory lobes, a vomeral nasal organ for detecting pheromones, a reflective tapetum lucidum layer in the eye which provides better nocturnal vision, a postorbital bar bone that runs around the eye socket, & a tooth comb.

The Strepsirrhini suborder contains the following infraorders: Lemuriformes (LEMURS), Chiromyiformes (the AYE-AYE LEMUR), and Lorisiformes (GALAGOS, LORISES, & POTTOS). Distinctive characteristics of strepsirrhines include: a "wet nose" (i.e. rhinarium), large olfactory lobes, a vomeral nasal organ for detecting pheromones, a reflective tapetum lucidum layer in the eye which provides better nocturnal vision, a postorbital bar bone that runs around the eye socket, & a tooth comb.

Teen Wolf - Stydia -- did the 3rd one actually happen. I don't remember it

Teen Wolf - Stydia -- did the one actually happen. I don't remember it<<<<<<<<< season 6 episode 1 were Lydia figured out it was the ghost riders. He proceeds to kiss her on the check

The eyes of some animals appear to shine in the dark. This is due to the tapetum lucidum, a layer of material that helps animals see in the dark—like cats, who can see six to eight times better than humans in dim lighting: https://curiosity.com/video/why-do-some-animals-eyes-shine-in-the-dark-brain-stuff/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=112414shinyeyespin

The eyes of some animals appear to shine in the dark. This is due to the tapetum lucidum, a layer of material that helps animals see in the dark—like cats, who can see six to eight times better than humans in dim light.

THIS SCENE was SOOOO heart wrenching!! ♥️ || Teen Wolf 6x09 { I ship stydia!! }

This episode was so good! What an emotional rollercoaster

Indlejret billede

Dylan O'Bae on

So much better then a knight with a horse! Stiles for life!

Eyeshine from the tapetum lucidum of a cat

The tapetum lucidum of many vertebrates enhances night vision by reflecting light back to photoreceptors in the eye.

Which part of a dog's or a cat's eye reflects the light? A layer behind retina! Many vertebrates, especially nocturnal ones, have the reflecting layer called tapetum lucidum. It reflects the light back through the retina, increasing the amount of light available to the photoreceptors.

Which part of a dog's or a cat's eye reflects the light?

Octorelio: buy here http://ift.tt/2vohEEM "Hiss says the octorelio oh what padded tentacles I have! These little guys love to play ball with each other. They have the largest tapetum lucidum of all known creatures. This layer of tissue reflects light back through the retina allowing octorelio to see in the dark and deep waters of Metonia where their favorite snack korkles roam; korkles are the deep sea version of kurkles... Crunch little korkles How I love you so! The tissue in my eyes makes…

Octorelio: buy here http://ift.tt/2vohEEM "Hiss says the octorelio oh what padded tentacles I have! These little guys love to play ball with each other. They have the largest tapetum lucidum of all known creatures. This layer of tissue reflects light back through the retina allowing octorelio to see in the dark and deep waters of Metonia where their favorite snack korkles roam; korkles are the deep sea version of kurkles... Crunch little korkles How I love you so! The tissue in my eyes makes…

tapetum lucidum (anatomy) -- Encyclopedia Britannica

There are optic nerve fibres and receptors in the human retina. Learn more in this gallery of images of the human eye.

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