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madhu🐦🦕🦖
A heart the size of Arizona, but not nearly so arid. "A living emoji." 🦖🦕🦅
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Pillow Popcorn suGar 禁煙法🚭賛成 Jan 17
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Jan Freedman 15h
Around 50 million years ago, two turtles died during sex. Quite a way to go. (Image Naturmuseum Senckenberg)
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David Evans Jan 18
Part of a baby Triceratops frill weathering out of the Hell Creek badlands in Montana. The long-grained texture on the bone surface is characteristic of young, fast-growing horned dinosaurs. Found by , housed .
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madhu🐦🦕🦖 12h
Replying to @justinem_clark
Omg gorgeous beeb 😍🥰😭
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SWIFT PARROT 16h
I updated the website with new orange-bellied pics and info re what we do! Check it out & you can donate there to help us help the birds!
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じゅぎ (Jugi) Jan 18
Replying to @DarwinTiel @_aviasha
Lemon: "i will let you massage my nose!" 🐥🥰
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Dean R. Lomax Jan 17
There are several million living species on Earth 🌍. But, only ~300k known fossil species. Today is just one snapshot of time among millions in the past 600 million years where complex life has existed. Let that sink in 🎨Ray Troll.
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ParrotAlert Jan 17
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Mark Witton Jan 18
Your periodic reminder that all good data we have on giant pterosaur anatomy and biomechanics points to well developed flight capabilities, even though they were the size of giraffes. Details:
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The Toronto Zoo 24h
Budi turns 13 today! 🎉Budi is now considered a sub-adult, which covers the range of 12-18. In their adolescent years, male orangutans will develop cheek pads which are usually fully developed by age 20.
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Gabriel N. U. Jan 18
Such a beautiful fossil of one of the most interesting animals from the Triassic
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Dean R. Lomax Jan 18
A 180 million year old marine crocodile (Steneosaurus) leg with skin(!) compared with the leg of a spectacled caiman (Caiman crocodilus). Just wow. Literally, you can even see where the scales had wrinkles and skin folds! 📸Markus Bühler
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madhu🐦🦕🦖 Jan 18
Yes and the blush should be a bright orangey-red!!
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Dr. Christine Böhmer Jan 16
Stunning! Plausible gaits of complete body fossil preserved in association with trackways Nyakatura et al. 2019 Reverse-engineering the of a stem . GIF: John Nyakatura, Jonas Lauströer, Amir Andikfar/Gizmodo
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Gabriel N. U. Jan 13
Back to one of my fav subjects, metriorhynchids. The waters of the Tethys Ocean on what is today Italy were home to Neptunidraco, a marine crocodylomorph which measured about 4 m in length. This is an almost finished reconstruction, just some details needed.
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Lisa Ann Levin Jan 16
The scenery at 925 m on Seamount 7 about 160 miles off Costa Rica is more fantastical than anything we could make up! Thanks to for bringing us here.
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madhu🐦🦕🦖 Jan 17
This never gets old.
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🦜 Parrot Of The Day 🗓 Jan 17
This is doing the rounds again; another reason to love sulphur-crested cockatoos. Thanks to all who’ve tagged us; a pity the original poster isn’t credited.
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madhu🐦🦕🦖 Jan 17
Replying to @rlallensack @franzanth
when you wanna but the real thing is better than anything you can make up
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Rachael Lallensack Jan 16
I WAS TODAY YEARS OLD WHEN I LEARNED WHAT LIVE CONCHS LOOK LIKE
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