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The venomous Blue Dragon. They may be a bit more diminutive than their namesake counterparts are imagined, measuring in at just over an inch fully grown, but this species is no less fearsome. Blue dragons ( Glaucus atlanticus) spend their lives floating upside down in warm ocean currents, attacking their prey with a powerful venom from their wing-like appendages. Their sting is so deadly, in fact, that they're known to take down other venomous marine animals, like the Portuguese man-o-war.

Tiny Real-Life 'Dragon' Makes A Stunning Rare Appearance

The venomous Blue Dragon. They may be a bit more diminutive than their namesake counterparts are imagined, measuring in at just over an inch fully grown, but this species is no less fearsome. Blue dragons ( Glaucus atlanticus) spend their lives floating upside down in warm ocean currents, attacking their prey with a powerful venom from their wing-like appendages. Their sting is so deadly, in fact, that they're known to take down other venomous marine animals, like the Portuguese man-o-war.

Fly Geyser, created accidentally in 1916 after a well was drilled in Nevada that hit a pocket of superheated water...

Fly Geyser, created accidentally in 1916 after a well was drilled in Nevada that hit a pocket of superheated water...

For almost 150 years, the only known samples Jerdon's tree frog were two specimens housed in the National History Museum in London.

Scientists Rediscover a Tree Frog Thought to Be Extinct for Over a Century

For almost 150 years, the only known samples Jerdon's tree frog were two specimens housed in the National History Museum in London.

Artist Peter Cook sculpted this natural chair by controlling how the tree grew its branches.

Artist Peter Cook sculpted this natural chair by controlling how the tree grew its branches.

From 1999 to 2010, a period when Genetically Modified crops became more common on U.S. farms, the number of monarch eggs in the Midwest declined by 81 percent,

From 1999 to 2010, a period when Genetically Modified crops became more common on U.S. farms, the number of monarch eggs in the Midwest declined by 81 percent,

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