In honor of 20,000 followers, I will be hosting the first ever giveaway! I have to say that I was more excited than I should have been when I found the silicone trays. You can make cupcakes in there as well!
This giveaway is not sponsored by anyone and all of the prizes have been/will be purchased with my own money.
There will be a total of three winners!
First Place: A Chopper-styled backpack (fits smaller things like a tablet) and a silicone ice tray of your choice.
Second Place: Color Walk 2 and a silicone ice tray of your choice.
Third Place: One volume of One Piece that has been released in the US by the time this giveaway is over and a silicone ice tray of your choice.
Must be following onepiecequotes. I am doing this for my followers so it would be nice that you’re following this blog.
Enter by reblogging/liking this post. Only one reblog+like counts. I will be checking. Please no giveaway blogs.
Please have your ask box open.
Giveaway is limited to the United States. I will be paying for shipping.
Must be 18+ to enter. Those under 18 must get parental permission.
Winners will be chosen by random number generator. If I don’t get a reply within 3 days then I will be picking new winner(s).
Giveaway ends on October 25th! Thanks for all of your support and may the odds be forever in your favor!
Despite their appearance, the so called Sea spiders are not actually true spiders, they are marine arthropods belonging to the Class Pycnogonida, but in fact their relationships are enigmatic. They may represent a very early branching of the chelicerate lineage. There are approximately 1000 described species of pycnogonids, all of which are marine.
Pycnogonids vaguely resemble spiders, with small bodies and relatively long, hinged legs. Unique characteristics include an unusual proboscis (mouthparts), which varies in size and shape among species. The body itself is not divisible into neatly- organized tagmata or regions as it is in most other arthropods. An anterior region bears, besides the proboscis, three or four pairs of appendages, including the first pair of walking legs. Some species have more than four pairs of walking legs.
The photo shows a showy pycnogonid in the Family Callipallenidae.
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