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USSR’s Conquest of Nature leads to domestication of many moose - no squirrel

USSR’s Conquest of Nature leads to domestication of many moose - no squirrel

USSR’s Conquest of Nature leads to domestication of many moose - no squirrel

USSR’s Conquest of Nature leads to domestication of many moose - no squirrel

Study: Chimps Learn How to Use New Tools From Other Chimps | Times

Study: Chimps Learn How to Use New Tools From Other Chimps | Times

The real size of Africa as reflected by the Peter's Projection map and not the false Mercator map.

The real size of Africa as reflected by the Peter's Projection map and not the false Mercator map.

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down.  The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese)  Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down. The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese) Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)

Millions of years ago, on what is now a windswept corner of the northern Scottish island of Skye, some of the largest animals to have walked the Earth once plodded through a shallow coastal lagoon Researchers have found the criss-cross of footprints left behind by sauropods, making the island the largest dinosaur site in Scotland.

Millions of years ago, on what is now a windswept corner of the northern Scottish island of Skye, some of the largest animals to have walked the Earth once plodded through a shallow coastal lagoon Researchers have found the criss-cross of footprints left behind by sauropods, making the island the largest dinosaur site in Scotland.

scottish sauropod. The Loch Ness Monster may be a myth, but Scotland was once home to some of the largest dinosaurs to ever walk the Earth. Recently, paleontologists uncovered hundreds of fossilized footprints on the beach of the Isle of Skye made as giant sauropods wandered through an ancient swamp.

Hundreds of Dinosaur Tracks Discovered Along the Scottish Coast

scottish sauropod. The Loch Ness Monster may be a myth, but Scotland was once home to some of the largest dinosaurs to ever walk the Earth. Recently, paleontologists uncovered hundreds of fossilized footprints on the beach of the Isle of Skye made as giant sauropods wandered through an ancient swamp.

Very nice simple song about AFRICA that shows slides of all kinds of African animals and names them. (Lyrics shown)

Very nice simple song about AFRICA that shows slides of all kinds of African animals and names them. (Lyrics shown)

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