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and here's the penny they rest on Sense Of Scale: Microflower sculptures row in front of the Lincoln Memorial imprinted on the back of a penny.

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We found this deep sea creature floating near to where a sperm whale dived

Absurd Creature of the Week: This Isn’t a Spider, But It Does Have Genitals in Its Legs

Absurd Creature of the Week: This Isn’t a Spider, But It Does Have Genitals in Its Legs

This isn't slowmo. It's how a sea spider actually moves. The critter was spotted feet deep off the coast of Vancouver by a submersible manned by Ocean Networks Canada

Sylvia Earle-Oceanographer  I heard her speak at the New York Academy of Sciences last year about sharks.  She was great and it was so nice that in the audience were so many women who were inspired to go into science because of her.

Sylvia Earle-Oceanographer I heard her speak at the New York Academy of Sciences last year about sharks. She was great and it was so nice that in the audience were so many women who were inspired to go into science because of her.

The hippocampus is the key memory-forming center of the brain and displays high rates of neurogenesis even in adults. Here individual neurons of the dentate gyrus, a layer of the hippocampus, project their dendrites to the outer layer, where they receive input from the cortex. Neurogenesis occurs inside the "V," where neurons are born and then migrate outward toward the dentate gryus.

'Brainbow' Transgenic Mouse Hippocampus - Dr Tamily Weissman, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University

The frilled shark was caught on a fishing trawler in waters near Lakes   Entrance in the Gippsland region in southeastern Australia

Rarely seen frilled shark known as the living fossil sighted in Australia

‘Living Fossil’ Frilled Shark Caught Off Australia A rare frilled shark, whose species dates back 80 million years, was caught in a fishing trawler off Australia’s coast.

Holy crap! The most beautiful Petri dishes I've ever seen... where Science and Art collide.

Klari Reis has an ongoing project called The Daily Dish Every day she posts pictures of her stunning hand-painted petri dishes which resemble live bacteria samples.

"John Burroughs (April 3, 1837 – March 29, 1921) was an American naturalist and essayist important in the evolution of the U.S. conservation movement."  John Burroughs looks over Grand Gorge © AMNH Library/Image #229759

"John Burroughs (April 1837 – March was an American naturalist and essayist important in the evolution of the U." John Burroughs looks over Grand Gorge © AMNH Library/Image

“ Bob Ross with a baby raccoon. Thank you, internet. ”

"That's a crooked tree. We'll send him to Washington. - 20 Bob Ross Quotes to Make Life Better

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