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Biomimicry Institute Nov 19
An example of how evolution can produce ingenious solutions to the most finicky problems, such as seed dispersal using only air, spacing, and gravity.
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Nature on PBS 14 Mar 18
Today is National Learn About Butterflies Day! Ask your questions below and we'll get a butterfly expert to respond.
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Lisa McCormick Nov 20
. If the periodic table was a checkerboard - we're playing checkers while life is playing chess - creating elegant solutions without heat, pressure or toxic chemicals. Rules create complexity. Thank you for your inspiring work!
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Biomimicry Institute Mar 10
How do you not fall on the snow or ice this winter? Waddle like a penguin! To truly walk like a penguin, it’s important to keep your hands out of your pockets, for balance, and your feet pointed slightly apart.
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Claus Gladyszak Apr 17
Replying to @sigdesigner
Everything nature creates is based on 3.8 billion years of testing. That’s why we should for sustainable solutions through
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drivingrl💚⭐♐ 14 Mar 18
Replying to @PBSNature @PBS
What plants can we plant at home to help feed butterflies?
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Rachelle Schoessler Lynn Apr 11
Biomimicry: Turning to nature for technological solutions
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David Gottfried 14 Nov 17
In this week’s podcast we learn from Beth Rattner, Executive Director of the Biomimicry Institute. Podcast:
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naturexoxo 20 Mar 18
recording a new vid with facecam would love some suggestions with the if thist gets10 likes i will give a shoutout to your youtube chanel! :D
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Biomimicry Academy 26 Nov 17
Nature Inspiration🌿🔍 – What can we learn from hungry New Zealand glow worms that twinkle like the night sky to attract prey? ➡ (360° video by ➡️ )
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@collab_writers Nov 15
Last night there was a world in the midst of the and the waves on the river shore told tales if you were listening carefully tap into that silence and make of it what you will in your
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Bioneers 6 Nov 17
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iNaturalist 14 Mar 18
Replying to @inaturalist
Also, check out the thousands of faved observations on iNaturalist - which one is *your* favorite? (Here's a pic of just a few. Click on the link for more!)
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Bioneers 21 Oct 17
Have you visited ? Type in a functional question, and it gives you a list of examples.
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Bespoke Traveler 29 Jan 18
RT : In this episode, we get to learn more about why believes that the more people learn from nature’s mentors, the more they’ll want to protect them. By
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Michelle Graves Nov 1
This report highlights how important fungi are to all life on Earth. When looking for nature-based solutions to some of our most critical global challenges, fungi could provide many of the answers. Thank you !
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Adiel Gavish Nov 21
Replying to @UNFCCC @UN
to . Simple - nature should have a seat at the table. Organisms and ecosystems have been “doing” sustainable, regenerative design for billions of years. They know what works.
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Doug Richmond Mar 6
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WNET Education 14 Mar 18
Today is National Learn About Butterflies Day! Ask your questions below and our expert Ann Johnson Prum (director of Sex, Lies and Butterflies) will respond.
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La Scrub Shoppe 9 Dec 17
How do we prepare for the next development? Took this photo because it reminded me of my beloved ...plus I LOVE the colors!
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