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animxls:

Spinner Dolphins - Kona, Hawaii (by James R.D. Scott)

animxls:

Spinner Dolphins - Kona, Hawaii (by James R.D. Scott)

slither-and-scales:

Panther Chameleon by Michael H

slither-and-scales:

Panther Chameleon by 

palito77:

Frogfish are a variety of anglerfish that make up the family Antennariidae and can be found in tropical and subtropical waters.  They spend most of their time on the sea floor waiting for prey, which consists primarily of crustaceans and other fish. It begins to quietly stalk the prey by walking along the floor using its pectoral fins. When it is ready to strike, it rapidly opens its mouth to twelve times larger than normal, sucking up water and the fish.  These frogfish typically have many projections coming off of their body, which helps give the frogfish camouflage.  Image credit: Paul Rudder

palito77:

Frogfish are a variety of anglerfish that make up the family Antennariidae and can be found in tropical and subtropical waters.

They spend most of their time on the sea floor waiting for prey, which consists primarily of crustaceans and other fish. It begins to quietly stalk the prey by walking along the floor using its pectoral fins. When it is ready to strike, it rapidly opens its mouth to twelve times larger than normal, sucking up water and the fish.

These frogfish typically have many projections coming off of their body, which helps give the frogfish camouflage.

Image credit: Paul Rudder

rorschachx:

Bonsai trees, Sitka, Alaska | image by dailyartmasomenos

rorschachx:

Bonsai trees, Sitka, Alaska | image by dailyartmasomenos

science-junkie:

An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.
By artist Eleanor Lutz. You can find the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here.

science-junkie:

An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.

By artist Eleanor Lutz. You can find the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here.

sagansense:

explainers-nysci:

Thomas explains what he loves about science, the puzzle which is never truly solved. It’s not about finding the solution, but about the journey you take.

Watch Thomas’s video here: http://youtu.be/IL5VRLISTs8

And follow him on tumblr! scienceing

This guy. This is why we SCIENCE, Tumblr. This is why. All the love and support, Thomas, congrats on this wonderful piece!