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siryl:

pachipachiworld:

 Mars-1 aka Mario Martinez ~ “Wormholes Are More Common Than You Think”

Maybe they are.  There was that time I dropped my lucky penny and I never found it even though there was nothing it could have rolled under.

siryl:

pachipachiworld:

 Mars-1 aka Mario Martinez ~ “Wormholes Are More Common Than You Think”

Maybe they are.  There was that time I dropped my lucky penny and I never found it even though there was nothing it could have rolled under.

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9999ad:

larger boxes

9999ad:

larger boxes

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Hammerhead Nudibranch (Chelidonura varians)

Also known as the blue velvet nudibranch, the hammerhead nudibranch is a species of headshield slug found throughout the tropical Indo-west Pacific ranging from Indonesia to Fiji. Like other nudibranchs the hammerhead nudibranch is often found on the bottom and feeds mostly on marine invertebrates. In the aquarium trade it is often used to get rid of flatworms that feed on coral.

Phylogeny

Animalia-Mollusca-Gastropoda-Cephalaspidea-Philinoidea-Aglajidae-Chelidonura-varians

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lifeunderthewaves:

Baby Slipper Lobster
Photograph by Peter Parks, SeaPics.com, from the book Citizens of the Sea
This baby slipper lobster, found during a Census of Marine Life expedition, is completely transparent, though as the creature grows, a thick shell will cover it.
The lobster’s bizarre eyes may confuse predators while it floats among plankton, or tiny animals, according to the new National Geographic Society book Citizens of the Sea: Wondrous Creatures From the Census of Marine Life.

lifeunderthewaves:

Baby Slipper Lobster

Photograph by Peter Parks, SeaPics.com, from the book Citizens of the Sea

This baby slipper lobster, found during a Census of Marine Life expedition, is completely transparent, though as the creature grows, a thick shell will cover it.

The lobster’s bizarre eyes may confuse predators while it floats among plankton, or tiny animals, according to the new National Geographic Society book Citizens of the Sea: Wondrous Creatures From the Census of Marine Life.

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operator-as-fuck:

a fucking wild guinea pig

playing in a flock of butterflies…..

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video

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