Hey guys, after a long time, we managed to get the server back up. We had a few issues but I think they’re sorted now :D. This server from now on will be running with the MO Creatures mod. http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Mods/Mo’_Creatures in order to be able to get onto the server, you NEED to download the 1.7.2 version of Forge. http://files.minecraftforge.net/
One link is for the wiki of the mod, so you can see what the mod is like and the second link is to install Forge onto Minecraft. C:
The server IP is: 184.108.40.206:25606
In the spawn house itself, the upstairs has information about donating. As we cannot install plugins due to the server being Forge, we have good freebies for those who donate. Donating is the only thing keeping this server running guys!
Thank you and hope to see you on the server! :D
This is shiny mewtwo - my friends homie. He no longer plays pokemon and pretty much gave me his pokemon games and the pokemon inside~ I asked him what do I do with all these pokemon and he suggested doing giveaways, so yep, shiny Mewtwo to giveaway - It’s under his name~ He was like a major…
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Endling is a word for an individual animal that is the last of its species or subspecies.
1912 - 2012
this makes me so sad
Wanna give him a cuddle
Photo Eric Medard
Call of the Bloom:
Some tropical flowers reflect sound so nectar-seeking bats can find them more easily.
by Susan McGrath
Nature’s inventiveness knows no bounds. Consider the case of the nectar-drinking bat and the night-flowering vine whose lives intertwine in the lowland tropical forests of Central America.
Glossophaga commissarisi, a tiny, winged mammal with a body no bigger than your thumb, flits among the flowers of Mucuna holtonii, lapping nectar, much as hummingbirds and bumblebees do. In exchange it pollinates the plant. In daylight flowers can flaunt their wares with bright colors such as scarlet and fuchsia, but at night, when even the brightest hues pale to a moonlit silver, Mucuna flowers resort to sound to catch the ear of nectar bats.
At La Selva Biological Station in northern Costa Rica a vigorous old Mucuna has woven a leafy ceiling above a forest clearing and lowered dozens of flowers into the opening on long, green stalks. The flowers dangle at staggered heights in the vaulted clearing like chandeliers in a shadowy ballroom, each palm-size inflorescence a whorl of pale yellow, pea-pod-shaped buds on arched stems…
(read more: National Geo)
photograph by Merlin D. Tuttle