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Exhibition PostNatural Organisms of the European Union, 24 August-17 Sept Thu-Sun @Waag Society

Opening PostNatural Organisms of the European Union - Waag Society - as part of the Utopian Practices project which I am also involved with through "Trust me, I'm an Artist"

Collection of antique butterfly prints from the New York Public Library Digital Gallery

Collection of antique butterfly prints from the New York Public Library Digital Gallery

Damselfish by PacificKlaus, via Flickr

Damselfish by PacificKlaus

Virus © Irina Tischenko Fotolia.com http://blog.mysciencework.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/virus.jpg

Coconut oil is an aid against antibiotic-resistant viruses. Research has shown that microorganisms that are inactivated include bacteria, yeast, fungi, and enveloped viruses.

octopus marine life - Google Search

Super Models: Some Assembly Required: 29 March – 2 November 2014 - Exhibitions - What to see - Art Fund

If Science Got Ruined For You In High School, Let This Comic Bring It Back

If Science Got Ruined For You In High School, Let This Comic Bring It Back

Things that matter. Pass 'em on.

Squid, Enoploteuthis veranyi model, Natural History Museum, London The name of this squid species has changed since the Blaschkas’ time and any real specimens are now called Abralia veranyi.)

A glass model of a squid, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London. Credit: © The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London

Rudolph and Leopold Blaschka Physophora Myzonema, glass miniature of sea urchin

Curiosity: Art and the Pleasure of Knowing

Blaschka glass model, Marine Invertebrates, Cornell collection

The feeling of wetness: The Blaschka Marine Invertebrates.

Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Terebella emmalina. Photograph by Guido Mocafico.

Guido Mocafico's fascination with Leopold and his son Rudolf Blaschka's glass models of invertebrate animals (jellyfish, snails, sea.

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka - Atlas Obscura

The Delicate Glass Sea Creatures of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka

Specimen of Blaschka Marine Life: Ommastrephes sagittatus (Nr. Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Dresden Germany, Lent by Cornell University, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the Corning Museum of Glass. (Photo by Dylan Thuras)

Royal Dottyback Pseudochromis paccagnellae

Stock Photo of Royal Dottyback Pseudochromis paccagnellae. High Quality Royal Dottyback Images and Gloss Prints are available from Oceanwide Images Stock Photo Library.

Monarch butterflies are not able to survive the cold winters of most of the United States so they migrate south and west each autumn to escape the cold weather. -

Monarchs like to hibernate in the same trees every year.

this " is a Peacock mantis shrimp. The Odontodactylus scyllarus is a smasher, with club shaped raptorial appendages. An active hunter, it prefers gastropods, crustaceans, and bivalves, and will repeatedly smash its prey until it can gain access to the soft tissue for consumption. It is reported to have a "punch" of over 50mph. This is the fastest recorded punch of any living animal."

Peacock Mantis Shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus) sea and ocean life

Sea Tunicates Blue and Strawberry

Stock Photo of Sea Tunicates Blue and Strawberry. High Quality Sea Tunicate Images and Gloss Prints are available from Oceanwide Images Stock Photo Library.

Male, female and child body shapes

Are You From a Naked Family? I definitely am from a naked family. Bra and panties were the norm growing up lolol

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