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What's That Clinging To The Towering Wall And Why Doesn't It Fall Off? She's perched on almost nothing ...

What's That Clinging To The Towering Wall And Why Doesn't It Fall Off?

What's That Clinging To The Towering Wall And Why Doesn't It Fall Off? She's perched on almost nothing ...

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Cold Lands Artist Cold Lands, Warm Fuzzies – Landscapes and wildlife of the colder parts of the northern hemisphere

Wild Turkey on the Rocks?  The reintroduction of America's beloved holiday fowl has been one of conservation's great triumphs--but now som...

Wild Turkey on the Rocks? The reintroduction of America's beloved holiday fowl has been one of conservation's great triumphs--but now som...

In 1979, Julio Betancourt holds a midden he collected from a cliff in New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon.

In 1979, Julio Betancourt holds a midden he collected from a cliff in New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon.

Monsanto, glyphosate, and the war on invasive species  This article details the questionable science used in the war on invasive species. It also exposes several noted "environmentalists", including, surprisingly, Al Gore, as Monsanto shills. ‪#‎permaculture‬ ‪#‎sustainability‬  Photographs of eucalyptus trees in California by Chad Ress

Monsanto, glyphosate, and the war on invasive species This article details the questionable science used in the war on invasive species. It also exposes several noted "environmentalists", including, surprisingly, Al Gore, as Monsanto shills. ‪#‎permaculture‬ ‪#‎sustainability‬ Photographs of eucalyptus trees in California by Chad Ress

Tanana River - Around Alaska

A raven’s eye view of Fairbanks

Tanana River - Around Alaska

Just how much life can you find in an ecosystem of one cubic foot? That is the question photographer David L­iittschwager set out to answer when he took a 12-inch metal frame to a range of different environments on land and in water, in tropical climes and temperate regions and began to chart the living organisms.

All things bright and beautiful: What photographer found in one cubic foot

Just how much life can you find in an ecosystem of one cubic foot? That is the question photographer David L­iittschwager set out to answer when he took a 12-inch metal frame to a range of different environments on land and in water, in tropical climes and temperate regions and began to chart the living organisms.

Concentric circles of rocky hills and valleys in South Africa tell a story of a billion-year-old collapsed volcano in newly released photos from NASA.

Ancient Volcano Tattooed the Earth with Giant Rings

Concentric circles of rocky hills and valleys in South Africa tell a story of a billion-year-old collapsed volcano in newly released photos from NASA.

Credit: EYE OF SCIENCE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY  Caption: Foxglove leaf. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a leaf from a foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) plant, showing its hairs (trichomes). The long hairs are a physical defence against animals that might want to eat the plant's leaves, whilst the glandular hairs (yellow) release highly toxic chemicals when touched. Magnification: x107 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.

Credit: EYE OF SCIENCE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Caption: Foxglove leaf. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a leaf from a foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) plant, showing its hairs (trichomes). The long hairs are a physical defence against animals that might want to eat the plant's leaves, whilst the glandular hairs (yellow) release highly toxic chemicals when touched. Magnification: x107 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.

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