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Dust devil on Mars, photographed by the Mars rover Spirit
photograph is worth a thousand words
Nobody is born a racist.
omg, this should be relboged millions of times.
nobodys born racist, society teaches it
this is beautiful
Italian diver Cristina Zenato holds a 10-foot shark in her hands. She is able to handle the sharks by rubbing hundreds of jelly-filled pores around the animal’s nose and mouth, an action that brings on a natural paralysis that can last for up to 15 minutes. In that amount of time, Zenato, is able to tend to injured sharks, remove parasites and teach other divers
Hummingbird Bobtail Squid (Euprymna berryi)
Also known as Berry’s bobtail squid, the hummingbird bobtail squid is a species of bobtail squid found throughout the warm waters of eastern Asia. Like most bobtail squid, berry’s bobtail squid has a light organ in its gill cavity which emits light to help it hide its silhouette from predators. During the day the hummingbird bobtail squid can be found buried in the sediment, at night they will emerge to feed on small invertebrates like shrimp and other crustaceans.
when u Mom com home and make hte spagheti
what is this even supposed to mean
thats what i do when me Mom com home and make hte spagheti
Wind Industry Not Held Accountable For Bird Deaths
ABC provided lengthy interviews and significant data that was used for this Associated Press story, documenting how the wind industry is not being held accountable for bird deaths, especially eagles, at wind farms. The story confirms that the shocking number of eagle deaths at some California wind farms are also occurring with similar frequency at some modern wind farms in Wyoming. ABC has long advocated for strengthened federal government management of wind industry siting and operating practices. We hope this AP story ultimately leads to bird-smart wind power and fewer needless bird deaths at wind farms.
Obama administration allows wind farms to kill eagles, birds despite federal laws: http://wapo.st/YTdDnl
Photo: Golden Eagle by Martin Mecnarowski
(via: American Bird Conservancy)
and let all of you feel me.
Skin, breath, fingers, heat.
I am starting a new project something that has always fascinated me are scientific charts. So I am going to start making them…some truth, some elaboration, but that’s what the masters did too.
Illustration of a Gharial,(Gavialis gangeticus) a rare freshwater crocodile that inhabits only two rivers in Nepal and India. These crocs are going extinct and it’s a shame, hence the precious egg emphasized. They don’t breed well in captivity and happen to be the only croc with a visible sexual dimorphism.Look at that nose!
More to come!
The Crystal Mountain of Pago San Lucia was first documented by Europeans in 1781 by Portuguese explorer Aníbal João. It is unknown if the original natives of Pago San Lucia were aware of the mountain as they were all killed in 1780 by Portuguese explorer Aníbal João.
The mountain is the result of a massive deposit of quartz dust becoming liquified in magma, where the heat made it into pure, clear glass that later rose to the surface intact due to wide openings resulting from continental drift, or “Geological Incontinentalnence”. Because the quartz deposit was completely homogeneous, the mountain is as clear as crystal and may in fact be the origin of that phrase.
The mountain has tricked many travelers into thinking they could pass the range when it was in fact blocked, and under certain lighting conditions the mountain’s shimmer can blind passersby. These tricks of the mountain likely account for the rude gesture the photographer presents to it above.