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Why peacock tails are attractive

Study reveals tale of peacock's fan

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor bijen

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How a Poorly Camouflaged Insect Reshapes Its Ecosystem

How a Poorly Camouflaged Insect Reshapes Its Ecosystem

For an insect trying to avoid becoming dinner, the consequences of bad camouflage are clear. What's less obvious is how the effects then ripple like an aftershock

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150307-butterflies-caterpillars-colors-predators-prey-animals-science/

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150307-butterflies-caterpillars-colors-predators-prey-animals-science/

A returning honey bee forager tells her nestmates where she collected food.

A honey bee who has found a good source of nectar or pollen performs a waggle dance to tell her nestmates where she has foraged. Here she repeatedly communic.

Beautiful bird back piece by Tim Kern I love the use of negative space but the bird itself is kitchy

Tattoo of the day - Artist: Tim Kern - it is a cover-up and more will be added to this back piece.

Sariska National Park & Tiger Reserve

The latest survey of the country’s tiger population shows big cat numbers have declined in north India, primarily due to poaching from across the border in Nepal and shrinking tiger habitats.

Only 3,200 Tigers Remain in the Wild; This Map Shows Where | TakePart

Tiger killings are exploding, but the prison sentences could send a message.

A movement to save Kangayam cattle gaining momentum

If farmers can maintain latest motorbikes why can't they keep native cattle?

Economist William Nicolson couldn't get a girlfriend. Then he had an idea: restrict his supply, find a gap in the market and establish a monopoly. But would it pay off?

Because I'm worth it: the relationship economist

Economist William Nicolson couldn't get a girlfriend. Then he had an idea: restrict his supply, find a gap in the market and establish a monopoly. But would it pay off?

(Gyps bengalensis)

If you’re panicking over the continuing zombie invasions that threaten to wipe out humankind, take heart. Nature may have a solution. As a prey species ourselves,…

#WorldLionDay: Saving Big Cats from Extinction

World Lion Day: Saving Big Cats from Extinction- India Wildlife

Kissy Face

Adorable snaps show squirrels KISSING in a tree in Jaipur, India

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