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Roman Wales Dec 5
Talking magpies: "It is generally held that... if they do not hear the same words again and again, their memory fails, and that when they are searching for a word, they cheer up miraculously if they hear it" - Pliny the Elder
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Alistair Lawrence Nov 29
Beautiful photographs of jellyfish - really worth a look Sea nettles and medusa: a world atlas of jellyfish - in pictures
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Raul A Ramos Dec 2
Skull of for series. I'd never heard of this guy prior to sculpting him. Just one of the many things I've learned from working on this project.
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Creative-Beast Dec 2
I managed to finish this guy up over the weekend. Expect some proper pics of ‘Big Penta’ here, very soon!
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David Tng Dec 5
Looking back at the last day of the program. The Directed Research groups working with plant biodiversity and forest carbon storage display the fruits of their labour! We are so proud of them!
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Brian Engh Dec 2
Today I had the honor of visiting the Mansoura University lab in Mansoura . This lab is the only vertebrate paleo lab in the , and the amazing they've discovered on are illuminating important chapters in the of our planet.
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Brianne Varnerin Dec 5
I may be stuck in a windowless lab that smells of death and alcohol, but I do get to travel vicariously through the specimens I process! Today's batch brings me to the SW coast of island in the , 24 years ago.
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Brianne Varnerin Dec 6
Look at the smol climbing all over this gorgeous Pacifigorgia . So cute!!
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Michelle Westerman Nov 29
I haven't posted a 'mere moment' for a while, so here you go 😊
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Carl Newbould Dec 2
Had a great morning working with a pupil today. Looking for inspiration behind a comic book character. Placement pupil said "I want them to be a naturalist as that is a job" Success!
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NHSN Nov 29
Join us tonight for two more talks at 💡 1) Roseate Terns on Coquet Island (18.29-18.45pm) 2) The Morpeth Swift Project (19.00-20.00pm) We're excited, are you? Remember, all are welcome!
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Palaeo Pictures Nov 29
Yale’s Peabody Museum is closing for 3 years, but if you hurry, you can still see the dinosaurs before they are dismantled
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SHNH Dec 3
BBC News - Rediscovering the forgotten Indian artists of British India -
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Takashi OTAKA 大高隆 aka. dannna_o Dec 5
♪You're only lonely - John David Souther
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Earthwise Aware Nov 29
Our favorite observations of the week time > a tiny critter: a tiny tiny (Springtail) in the Fells ツ ⓘ Join EwA's Natural History community science program »
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PrintVilla4you 13h
Antique Natural History Entomological & Botnaical Print – Butterflies, Flora Original Print from Butterflies and Moths of Europe
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NHSN Dec 6
Join us tonight for two more informative talks! 🔊 18.29-18.45: The Use of Video for Monitoring Mammals and Enhancing Public Engagement 19.00-20.00: Geology of the Lower Ouseburn - Uncovering a Hidden Landscape All are welcome!😀
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Conquiliologistas Dec 4
Next Meeting of Brazilian Conchologist: December,7 (saturday), 14:00, theme Brazilian Pectinids, Geosciences Museum, University of São Paulo,
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PrintVilla4you Nov 29
Antique Original Natural History Hand Colored Lithograph print, Sealife, Algae,star fish, Rare interesting
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SamanthaJosephineArt Nov 29
A little test for a uni project I’m doing on British pollinators. This tree wasp is one of the species I’ll be featuring.
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