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giant cell micrograph

giant cell micrograph


Scientific Illustration of the internal organs of a human body. Most people are repulsed by this. I think the human body is so Amazing, Fascinating but weak.

Oleander Hawk Moth ~ The caterpillars feed mainly on oleander (Nerium oleander) leaves, a highly toxic plant to which toxicity they are immune.  The adults feed on nectar of a great variety of flowers. They have a preference for fragrant species like petunia, jasmine and honeysuckle. They are especially active in the twilight time, hovering over the flowers after sunset.

Oleander Hawk Moth (Daphnis nerii) by Steve Covey: Rhodes, Greece. has a [nearly wing span; caterpillars feed on oleander leaves and are immune to their toxicity. Adult feed on the fragrant blossoms of jasmine, honey suckle and petunia.

Dump A Day Random Pictures Of The Day - 62 Pics

Funny pictures about Melanism Vs. Albinism In The Animal Kingdom. Oh, and cool pics about Melanism Vs. Albinism In The Animal Kingdom. Also, Melanism Vs. Albinism In The Animal Kingdom photos.

1 out of every 50-100 million lobsters has split coloring. One side is typically a dark brown, while the other side is blue, orange, or red. These individuals usually exhibit traits of both males and females.

Funny pictures about Rare Bi-Colored Lobster. Oh, and cool pics about Rare Bi-Colored Lobster. Also, Rare Bi-Colored Lobster.

The human bodily systems as a transit map

Artist Sam Loman has created a lovely map of the human body in the style of the London Underground map. Okay it’s strictly not in the style of the London Underground Map because not all the l…

Curly Pig .      ("scharken.")

This is a sheep-pig. Unfortunately, it's not actually part-sheep. It is, however, a cross between a pig and a super-duper rare pig called a Lincolnshire curly coat.

Nursing by the Numbers

Nursing infographic - some very interesting data -- did you know that nurses were injured more often than construction workers and assaulted more frequently than prison guards -- so much for "peaceful" first responders --