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Kathrin Kohler Oct 29
It's a tiny leaf dragon!!! <3 Look, and possibly you'll see that your dreams are already true.
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
To finish off Here is one of my favorite animals, the slow loris, eating a rice ball. Slow lorises have a toxic bite,The toxin is obtained by licking a sexual gland on their arm. Their saliva activates the poison ,
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
The pink fairy armadillo is, dare I say, the cutest of armadillos. It resides in the grasslands & sandy plains of Argentina. It spends most of its life underground like a mole, but enjoys the night sky, polygamy & ants-lots & lots of ants
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
The capybarra is a delight. The largest rodent in the world takes its title very seriously, weighing in at around 140 lbs. teeth and cheeks grow throughout their lives. Semiaquatic, they also have partially webbed feet
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
The Cantor's Giant Softshell Turtle is one of the largest living turtle species. An ambush predator, it spends 95% of its time buried in mud or sand, but emerges 2x day to take a breath. And, yeah, it has a bit of a frog face.
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
The horned marsupial frog! Those shining golden eyes and the horns above its eyes aren't its only special traits. Once out of the egg, the tadpoles develop in a pouch on their mother's back,before finally emerging as tiny adult froglets.
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
Replying to @stevetoase
:snort: but of course...
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
Out of all animals, the Sunda Colugo is the earth's preeminent glider. Their front teeth are comb-like with up to 20 tines/tooth.Though called a flying lemur, it's neither. Glide from a Colugo's POV in the video below
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
The satanic leaf-tailed gecko's "tail is not only shaped and colored like a leaf, but it also bears notches, frills, and imperfections to more closely resemble a dead leaf that has been gnawed on by insects."
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
The Australian blue dragon is a sea slug that grows up to 3 cm in length. It floats upside down in the Ocean. Their sting is similar to that of a Portuguese man o' war
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Weird Dream Society Oct 22
The Australian blue dragon is a sea slug that grows up to 3 cm in length. It floats upside down in the Ocean. Their sting is similar to that of a Portuguese man o' war
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Weird Dream Society Oct 21
Tomorrow, we'll be tweeting about as part of our series . Below is an 'almost ran.' The glass frog is green except for its transparent abdominal skin. Beyond visuals when performing surgery, it seems entirely interesting & completely unnecessary
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Weird Dream Society Oct 20
The Roman Empire’s Roads In Transit Map Form
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Weird Dream Society Oct 19
The Blob! This slime mold is a unicellular organism that eats & digests, learns, and heals when cut. It looks like a fungus and has almost 720 sexes.
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Weird Dream Society Oct 18
The art of our planet. Super computers visualize the earth's weather conditions on an interactive map.
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Weird Dream Society Oct 17
uses precious and semi-precious stones to create sculptures of rotting fruit."“The sculptures are beautiful and pleasurable, but there’s an ugliness and unease that comes with them.”
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Weird Dream Society Oct 8
World octopus day? Count us in.
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Weird Dream Society Oct 8
A Ouija board? Say it isn't so. :)
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Weird Dream Society Oct 3
Surreal Hero Tuesday! In our final hour we present 's CD cover "Mirage Cartography." Check out this amazing interview with Chris: lhttps://thegreatdiscontent.com/interview/chris-buzelli
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Weird Dream Society Oct 3
Surreal Hero Tuesday! This hour we present 's magazine illustration "Taming the Beast." Am I the only who finds a giant goose far more terrifying than any number of serpent tails?
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