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Science Pic Of The Day

The Pink See-Through Fantasia is a sea cucumber that can be found in the Celebes Sea, 2,500 meters below the surface.They are propelled by the webbed structures underneath their bodies.  Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day Tagged: Animalia, arch...
by The Immortal's Legend on Jun 8, 2013

Science Pic Of The Day

The Pink See-Through Fantasia is a sea cucumber that can be found in the Celebes Sea, 2,500 meters below the surface.They are propelled by the webbed structures underneath their bodies.   Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day Tagged: Animalia, ...
by The Immortal's Legend on Jun 8, 2013

Science Pic Of the Day : Antlion’s Mandibles

Scanning electron micrograph of the ventral surface of the mandibles of a larval antlion, otherwise known as a “doodlebug” Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day Tagged: aviation, climate, nature, scanning electron micrograph, science, trans...
by The Immortal's Legend on Jun 3, 2013

Science Pic Of The Day : Brain Wiring

Neural pathways form a mesh, with yellow representing language and connecting the frontal lobe on the left to the temporal lobe on the right, and the purple curlicue representing Broca’s area, which coordinates speech. Filed under: Science Pic...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 27, 2013

Science Pic Of The Day : Brain Wiring

Neural pathways form a mesh, with yellow representing language and connecting the frontal lobe on the left to the temporal lobe on the right, and the purple curlicue representing Broca’s area, which coordinates speech. Filed under: Science Pic...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 27, 2013

Science Pic Of The Day : Tiny Chameleon

The first description of Brookesia micra, endemic to Madagascar, was published in 2012.   Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day Tagged: Africa, Aid and Development, Brookesia micra, Business and Economy, Chameleon, Government, Madagascar, Speckle...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 26, 2013

Science Pic of the Day : Kissing Fish

Though it’s considered to be the second most poisonous vertebrate in the world, this puffer fish (Arothron hispidus) seems harmless enough, kissing a camera lens off the coast of Hawaii.   Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day Tagged: animals, &...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 25, 2013

Science Pic of the Day: Donald Trump Caterpillar

The flannel moth caterpillar Megalopyge opercularis sports hair-like venomous spines and, according to some, bears an uncanny resemblance to a walking toupee.   Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day Tagged: Amazon rainforest, Daily Mail, Donald...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 24, 2013

Science Pic of the Day: Desert Rose

The white Mexican rose, Echeveria elegans, is a water-storing, evergreen perennial with tight rosettes that bear yellow-tipped, pink flowers in the winter and spring.   Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day Tagged: Biology, Echeveria, Garden, Hom...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 22, 2013

Science Pic of the Day: Menacing Moth Fly

This scanning electron micrograph shows a hostile looking moth fly (Psychodidae), also known as a drain fly for their penchant for swarming bathroom sinks and other damp places.   Filed under: Science Pic Of The Day, Science Stuff Tagged: Biolog...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 22, 2013


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