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Human Scientific Name

The human Skeleton. Learning the names for the bones you will find in the human skeleton www.facebook.com/learningenglishvocabularygrammar please like our Facebook page

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I really like this visual because it is a creative way of using the words describing parts of the body to create a skeleton. We could make collages of words to look like objects in the book

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from The Huffington Post

Here Is The One Perfect Book For Every Single Myers-Briggs Type

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from withhandsandhair.tumblr.com

An entry from With Hands and Hair

photo of upper mouth, can see magnum foramen; archive of US Army medical illustrations and photos free online

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The naked man orchid or Naked fairy orchid,scientific name Orchis italica its a purple flower that blooms in groups,means instead of blooming seperately all the flowers together make a group that looks like a bigger flower,like marigold and the flowers perfectly resemble a human shape with black eyes,two legs and hands,their other two petals look like wings or ears of that human shape.... don't this two flowers look like two fairies?

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Haplogroup A (M91) is found in Africa (especially the Khoisan, Ethiopians, and Nilotes). In human genetics, Haplogroup A is the lineage of most human males. No mutations define Haplogroup A, but since this nomenclature only deals with Homo sapiens, the hypothetical "Y-chromosomal Adam" can be considered its founder.

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from BuzzFeed

32 Totally Not Weird Non-Sexual Fetishes You Might Have

<b>Not all fetishes are sexual.</b> Sometimes you just really love something inanimate, intangible, or non-human...

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from ResearchParent.com

Ancient Egypt Definition Cards

Ancient Egypt Definition Cards - Free printable for teaching kids words relevant to Ancient Egypt such as pharaoh, sarcophagus, hieroglyph, and ankh - ResearchParent.com

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The scientific name of drop-fish is Psychrolutes marcidus, mainly living in deep water along the coast of Australia and Tasmania which are rarely found by humans.

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