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Gallery: The Violent Beauty Of Carnivorous Plants | Popular Science

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Rotchschild's orchid: $5,000 per plant. Rotchschild's orchid (Paphiopedilum rothschildianum), commonly known as the Gold of Kinabalu orchid was discovered in 1987, after which is was ravaged by orchid smugglers and became nearly extinct. Notable for its imposing horizontal petals, it has been reintroduced by cultivated seedlings, but it remains elusive. It lives in the wild only at the Kinabalu National Park in Malaysia, and takes many years before a single bloom appears.

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Rotchschild's orchid: $5,000 per plant. Rotchschild's orchid (Paphiopedilum rothschildianum), commonly known as the Gold of Kinabalu orchid was discovered in 1987, after which is was ravaged by orchid smugglers and became nearly extinct. Notable for its imposing horizontal petals, it has been reintroduced by cultivated seedlings, but it remains elusive. It lives in the wild only at the Kinabalu National Park in Malaysia, and takes many years before a single bloom appears.

This photo montage shows the Cuban nectar feeding bat Monophyllus beside the vine that scientists discovers attracts bats by producing an "echo beacon" with a special leaf. That sonar-reflecting leaf stands upright above the ring of flowers. The cup-like structures that hold the nectar hang below.

Flying Mammals: Gallery of Spooky Bats

This photo montage shows the Cuban nectar feeding bat Monophyllus beside the vine that scientists discovers attracts bats by producing an "echo beacon" with a special leaf. That sonar-reflecting leaf stands upright above the ring of flowers. The cup-like structures that hold the nectar hang below.

This computer-generated view depicts part of Mars at the boundary between darkness and daylight, with an area including Gale Crater beginning to catch morning light.

Sun's Magnetic Field To Flip In Complete Reversal That Will Have 'Ripple Effects'

This computer-generated view depicts part of Mars at the boundary between darkness and daylight, with an area including Gale Crater beginning to catch morning light.

Spoon petal chrysanthemum  a key concept very closely related to the Fibonacci sequence: the golden ratio. You see, each number of the Fibonacci sequence divided by the previous number (for example, 2/1, 3/2, 5/3, 8/5, 13/8, etc.) will result in a “quotient” that, as the numbers increase, gets closer and closer to a “golden ratio” of approximately 1.6180339887. The proportions relating to this golden number have long been seen as being aesthetically pleasing,

Spoon petal chrysanthemum a key concept very closely related to the Fibonacci sequence: the golden ratio. You see, each number of the Fibonacci sequence divided by the previous number (for example, 2/1, 3/2, 5/3, 8/5, 13/8, etc.) will result in a “quotient” that, as the numbers increase, gets closer and closer to a “golden ratio” of approximately 1.6180339887. The proportions relating to this golden number have long been seen as being aesthetically pleasing,

Cocoa Plant Photo - Photos of Odd-Looking Food Plants and Trees - Shape Magazine

Cocoa Plant Photo - Photos of Odd-Looking Food Plants and Trees - Shape Magazine

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