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watashiwahikikomoridesu:

browningtons:

fisherpon:

The walls from Attack on Titan, recreated in Google Earth and overlaid onto the USA and Europe.

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Wall Sina (250km radius): 196,350km2  (75,811mi2)

Senegal, Africa: 196,722km2  (75,955mi2)
Washington, USA: 
184,665km2  (77,116mi2)

To fly from one side to the other would take about 0:33.
To take a train from one side to the other would take about 3:56.
To drive from one side to the other would take about 5:00.
To walk from one side to the other would take almost 17 days.

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Wall Rose (380km radius): 453,646km2 (175,154mi2)

Sweden, Europe: 450,295km2  (173,860mi2)
Caspian Sea, Asia: 394,299km2  (152,239mi2)
Japan, Asia: 377,930
km2  (145,920mi2)

To fly from one side to the other would take about 0:50.
To take a train from one side to the other would take about 5:59.
To drive from one side to the other would take about 7:36.
To walk from one side to the other would take about 25 days.

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Wall Maria (480km radius): 723,823
km(279,470mi2)

Texas, USA: 695,621km2  (268,580mi2)
Burma, Asia: 676,578km2  (261,228mi2)
Alberta, Canada: 661,848km2  (255,541mi2)

To fly from one side to the other would take about 1:04.
To take a train from one side to the other would take about 7:33.
To drive from one side to the other would take about 9:36.
To walk from one side to the other would take 32 days.

WTF THEY DONT LOOK THAT BIG IN THE SHOW

well fuck. That’s big.

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nubbsgalore:

the timid european ground squirrel, stopping to smell the daisies, photographed in vienna by julian rad, who explains, “you have to be at eye level with the squirrels. that means you have to lay on your stomach for quite a few hours in order to get them in front of your lens. you have to make yourself invisible. it is important that they have no indication you are there.” (see also: more precious lil woodland buddies)

thehiddlestonianobasan:

danaorherdouble:

scientistmary:

Did you know that in 2011 a bizarre underwater “icicle of death” was filmed by a BBC crew? They did it using timelapse cameras, under the ice at Little Razorback Island, near Antarctica’s Ross Archipelago.
The icy phenomenon, called a brinicle, is caused by cold, sinking brine, which is more dense than the rest of the sea water. When salt-rich water leaks out of sea ice, it sinks into the sea and can occasionally create an eerie finger of ice. Brinicles are found in both the Arctic and the Antarctic.

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Loki, are you using your Jotun ice powers again? :/