The name is Erin, I'm a TAKEN, 25-year-old hopelessly romantic genderqueer individual from Ontario, Canada. I love androgyny, cats, Robyn, Tegan & Sara, adventures, Toronto, coffee, vests, women in ties, sneakers, retro video games, various things from the 80's and 90's, steampunk stuffs, skeleton keys, vintage knick knacks and a lot of other things. This is me and I still run this thing like a dancehall queen ❤.
Reblogged from spud-buster
The Armadillo Lizard (Cordylus cataphractus) is a lizard endemic to desert areas of southern Africa. It is also known as the Typical Girdled Lizard, Armadillo Girdled Lizard, Golden Armadillo Lizard, and Armadillo Spiny-tailed Lizard.
The Armadillo Lizard possesses an uncommon antipredator adaptation, in which it takes its tail in its mouth and rolls into a ball when frightened. In this shape it is protected from predators by the thick, squarish scales along its back and the spines on its tail. This behavior, which resembles that of the mammalian armadillo, gives it its English common name. This behavior may have inspired tales of the mythical creature Ouroboros.
I’ve always wanted an Ouroboros tattoo, as well!
ARMADILLO LIZARD?! Nigga that’s a Sandshrew!
It’s not even a Sandshrew, it’s a freaking Sandslash!