I’m messing around in photoshop making gifs so here’s a zippy Shadow for all your zippy Shadow needs.
He’s got the case of zoomies!!!
Summer hours are in. Let's draw!
8/07/2020 - Don’t spend money on this game until Illumix starts actually caring about their players.
I have not been able to receive animatronics from friends since mid April. This made the game pay to win as lures where my only hope of getting new characters. I have spent nearly $300 on this game. Maybe around $100 since the issue started. I will not be spending anymore on a broken account. I have emailed their support several times since it started. Nothing has been done. So I have started over, I still have access to my old account but won’t be using it much.
My friend also messaged them about a missing cpu and of course just got a useless auto reply.
I don’t hate illumix but it really feels like they don’t give a damn. So just be careful cause if your game breaks, good luck getting it fixed.
I will continue to play for the sake of this blog and my YouTube channel but I won’t be spending money to get characters anymore. So if I miss one, I’m sorry.
Trees, like animals, can also experience <>albinism>, though it is extremely rare.
the reason it’s rare is because without chlorophyll, the plant can’t get energy, and dies shortly after sprouting unless it has some other source of food. so if you see a plant as big as the one in the picture that doesn’t have any green in its leaves, it’s getting its nutrition from the roots of a neighboring plant of the same species, feeding on the sugars created by the other plant’s photosynthesis.
albino plants are basically vampires.
For a long time, scientists thought they were parasites, and couldn’t figure out why the bigger plants didn’t release chemicals to kill them.
Turns out, the lil’ ghost redwoods benefit their hosts by filtering toxins and acting as a sort of backup immune system.
They’re vampires, and they’re commensal, symbiotic mutualists!
this is super cool! I had no idea
This is among the coolest things I’ve ever seen.