Winging Rationality



Reblogged from rlycoolgurl
ikenbot:


nnixy:

i don’t give a hoot if you like it or not, EAT IT

poppa owl had just about enough of your shit.

ikenbot:

nnixy:

i don’t give a hoot if you like it or not, EAT IT

poppa owl had just about enough of your shit.

(Source: rlycoolgurl, via afro-dominicano)

Reblogged from tetzoo
microecos:

tetzoo:

Heuvelmansian sea serpents: Pleurigibbosus, Cetioscolopendra and a sort of basilosaurid… Plenty in TetZoo archives about sea monsters and ideas about what they are, or are not.

TUMBLR just got exponentially better. Tetzoo on Tumblr!

microecos:

tetzoo:

Heuvelmansian sea serpents: Pleurigibbosus, Cetioscolopendra and a sort of basilosaurid… Plenty in TetZoo archives about sea monsters and ideas about what they are, or are not.

TUMBLR just got exponentially better. Tetzoo on Tumblr!

(via scientificillustration)

Reblogged from thedragoninmygarage
realcleverscience:

Preparing for Darwin Day Tomorrow =]

realcleverscience:

Preparing for Darwin Day Tomorrow =]

(Source: thedragoninmygarage)

Reblogged from skeptv

skeptv:

Cichlids of Lake Malawi Ep4 - Cave of the Cichlids

The dive team is back to exploring Africa’s Lake Malawi and there’s a treasure trove of cichlid species waiting in the murky depths of an underwater cave … from ‘living jewels’ to cichlids that live their lives upside down.

by Earth Touch.

Reblogged from saeto15
saeto15:

here’s the lineart for that sivatherium.  i had to change the placement of the eye while painting, and for some reason i just could not get that damned right hind leg drawn until the very end.

saeto15:

here’s the lineart for that sivatherium.  i had to change the placement of the eye while painting, and for some reason i just could not get that damned right hind leg drawn until the very end.

(via scientificillustration)

Self-Reminder of a Science Lover

Yeah, I love science and reblogging science stuff - but after today I think I should … start reading the stuff I reblog? LOL

Reblogged from wingedjewels
sinobug:

FAECES - the butterfly photographer’s friend White Commodore (Parasarpa dudu, Nymphalidae)  It is well recognized globally that butterflies will flock to animal stools to feed or derive some mineral benefit, especially from those of higher predators and primates. (Don’t ask. I didn’t do it!)  Pu’er, Yunnan, China  See more Chinese butterflies on my Flickr site HERE…..

sinobug:

FAECES - the butterfly photographer’s friend

White Commodore (Parasarpa dudu, Nymphalidae)

It is well recognized globally that butterflies will flock to animal stools to feed or derive some mineral benefit, especially from those of higher predators and primates.
(Don’t ask. I didn’t do it!)

Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese butterflies on my Flickr site HERE…..

Reblogged from neuroticthought
Reblogged from the-final-sentence
He watched from the window and understood that it was all out of his hands. Pete Dexter, from Train (via the-final-sentence)
Reblogged from sinobug
sinobug:


 Moth caterpillars. Obviously stripes are the new black for the season…….  The survival rate for many Lepidopteran larvae is staggering low so a common strategy is to mass-produce progeny and for them to congregate together, particularly during the earlier instar stages, to magnify any innate defences they may have, to make themselves look bigger and more imposing to a potential predator and to simply beat the odds.  This is the eighth in a series of ten posts entitled SAFETY IN NUMBERS. Click HERE to view the others….  Pu’er, Yunnan, China  See more Chinese caterpillars on my Flickr site HERE…..

sinobug:


Moth caterpillars. Obviously stripes are the new black for the season…….

The survival rate for many Lepidopteran larvae is staggering low so a common strategy is to mass-produce progeny and for them to congregate together, particularly during the earlier instar stages, to magnify any innate defences they may have, to make themselves look bigger and more imposing to a potential predator and to simply beat the odds.

This is the eighth in a series of ten posts entitled SAFETY IN NUMBERS. Click HERE to view the others….

Pu’er, Yunnan, China

See more Chinese caterpillars on my Flickr site HERE…..