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Chris Freelance 7h
Last night’s furry backyard visitor: a common brushtail The eyeshine is from the tapetum lucidum, a reflective surface at the back of the eye that reflects light back onto the photoreceptors to aid with low-light vision
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SHNH 12h
Copy of Charles Darwin's 'Origin of Species' sells for record $ half million
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Pixit Media 1h
Check out this month's for a great feature on how award-winning house is expanding is its 4K business based on scalable
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The New Beacon 1h
Great excitement - our Year 5 boys had a fantastic encounter this am. Thank you & & Little Owl Oak, Tawny Owl Dusk & a lovely Barn Owl. We know lots of fascinating owl facts now
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Sasha L Pratt-Taweh πŸ™…πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ‡―πŸ‡² 2h
What an absolutely incredible start from this morning @ Totally on point about the need for conservation & environment movements to reach young people who might not naturally engage, on their own terms!πŸ’™πŸ’š
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U of U Water Center Jun 14
The Summer Entrepreneurship Exchange scholars recently visited where they explored exhibits on the of Utah and the . Photos by and visting scholar, Attiqa.
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MuseumCulMarketing 5h
Festival is coming to the of later this month!
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Paul Craft πŸ’§ 7h
Check out The Boy's Own Book of illustrated c1910 Jessie M King Covers via
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Takashi OTAKA ε€§ι«˜ιš† aka. Huge High Mound Jun 13
β™ͺNew kid in town - John David Souther
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PR Black Jun 14
Flying frog footage is still one of my favourite things.
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David Hamuel 11h
African dogs, it turns out, make some of the best dads in the mammal world. via
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NaturalHistoryDK Jun 14
Thanks a lot to all of you who joined us today and discussed if natural museums can help save the World.
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James Ronan Jun 16
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franjipanj 19h
I've missed a few days of because I've been at my best friend's hen party this weekend, but I'm doing my bit in the service station by having a read of this gorgeous book I picked up last month in Colchester Natural History Museum!
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Lyndell Bade 10h
Replying to @lyndellmbade
End of the semester was rough, and then I went straight to conference in Chicago. I’m honestly still processing a lot of what I saw and learnt at the Society for the Protection of Natural History Collections.
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Takashi OTAKA ε€§ι«˜ιš† aka. Huge High Mound Jun 13
β™ͺI'll be here at closing time - John David Souther
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Dr Manu Saunders Jun 12
Great thread, so many wonders of nature still to discover, just need to look! observations drive knowledge, wonderful that ecology journals are once again valuing these observations as worthy of publication
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Ray Stephenson Jun 11
Darwin Cathedral - This is one of those images I had high hopes for but did not turn out like I envisioned it. Here is a new take on the image with a few lessons learned along the way.
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James Aldred Jun 15
A top-down view of my canopy filming platform here in the of . I don't need to conceal myself this time so this is an X-ray view of my tree-top office. The tree I'm in is a , famous for its large, spiky and pungent fruit.
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πšπš˜πš—πšŠπš•πšπš˜ π™°πšπšžπš’πšŠπš› Jun 13
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