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#MyTWOSE 13h
Discover the global collaboration, technology and dedication required to answer the unresolved questions of the Universe.
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#MyTWOSE 15h
Liked the challenge today? Watch our segments live on Facebook each week at 11am and guess which mystery object under our Scanning Electron Microscope! Today's item was a moth cocoon and this is it under 1000x magnification 🔎
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National Geographic 21h
Honor through these 50 incredible images of our planet
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Science North 16h
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If you guessed a massasauga rattlesnake in our last post, you are correct! It's the only pit viper found in ON! Rattlesnakes are important predators that help to keep our ecosystems healthy. By giving rattlesnakes their space you can keep them and yourself safe and protected! 🐍
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Science World 15h
Smaller than a house cat, the Swift fox is nevertheless a big star in the conservation world. Learn how this tiny predator, once declared extinct, has made one of the biggest comebacks of modern times!
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TELUS Spark 16h
🍃Did you see this mornings post? Any guesses? It only occurs in southwestern Alberta, and in the past has been used medicinally and to make cords for nets. ... It's the Rocky Mountain Iris, aka Iris missouriensis!
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#MyTWOSE 16h
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Some of these stripes are dark, some are spotted, and some are lightly coloured – together these stripes make a pattern that is easy to identify. These stripey rodents love to eat seeds, grasses, and the occasional insects 🐛🐜🪲
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#MyTWOSE 16h
Did you figure who was in our ? It’s a 13-line ground squirrel! They really do have 13 stripes, making them easy to tell apart from the stripe-less Richardson’s ground squirrel. 📷:
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Ontario Science Centre 17h
If you guessed mason bee, you’re right! On , consider making a bee hotel to help protect these important pollinators.
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The Toronto Zoo 16h
It's the Echinacea pupurea- Purple Coneflower. Plant some in your garden to help pollinators 🌱 🌸 This flower can also be seen in the Zoo's front entrance gardens.
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Manuels River 18h
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Time to reveal my identity... I’m a Green Sea Urchin! I’m part of a phylum called the echinoderms (ee-KYE-no-derms). We generally have spiny skin and we're usually shaped like a disc or star. There are more than 7000 species in this group including sea stars and sea cucumbers!
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#SciTechMuseum 17h
This hedge includes sugar maple, white cedar, and virginia creeper. Hedgerows not only provide wildlife with food and shelter but also create corridors that allow wildlife to travel safely.
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#AgricultureMuseum 17h
These are called Painted Ladies (Vanessa cardui). Support them by planting things their caterpillars eat, along with nectar-rich flowers that bloom at different times, so there is always food!
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#AgricultureMuseum 21h
love the meadow blazingstar (Liatris lingulistylis) in our pollinator garden here in . Can anyone identify this species? Follow today for World Environment Day. Next up is !
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Manuels River 22h
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Who am I? You might spot me where Manuels River empties into the bay! I’m part of a phylum that is entirely marine. That means not a single species in our group can survive without the ocean! Here’s a hint - you’re looking at my mouth which I use mostly to eat kelp.
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Science World 19h
This tiny creature was named for its speed, as it can easily reach 60 kilometres per hour. Can you identify the species? Look for our answer at 2:30pm! Check out for more!
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TELUS Spark 20h
Across Canada biodiversity challenge! This stunning plant has found a home at Spark & has a very Albertan nickname –– can you guess what it is? Follow today for . Next up is !
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#MyTWOSE 20h
Can you tell what animal this is from? Share your guesses in the comments below! Follow today to play along with all the posts for . Next up is ! 📷 : our own 👏
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Science North 20h
Happy ! There are many different animal species in Ontario, but some have their ecological role overcast by myths. Can anyone identify this species? Follow today to see amazing species all across the nation! Next up is . 🙂
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The Toronto Zoo 21h
This plant is native to Ontario and the Eastern United States. Pollinated by bees and butterflies, it's used medicinally and grows best in sun or light shade 🌱 Follow today for World Environment Day! Next up,
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