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19th-Aug-2011 12:28 am(no subject)
grasshopper


Arctic sea cucumber
12th-Aug-2011 07:03 pm - "Ocean Giants"
treasure island
Nice set of photos of whales from the BBC here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/14410355

Apparently it's to tie in with a new documentary series starting this Sunday on BBC 1. No idea what it'll be like, but there are some preview clips available here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b013q4z6
7th-Jul-2011 12:45 pm(no subject)
Otters!
I found a channel on youtube filled with videos of gorgeous sea creatures: http://www.youtube.com/user/CoralMorphologic?ob=5#p/c/516B51559748D2AC/1/HqFCqbsj8wE Enjoy! :)

2nd-Jul-2011 02:08 pm(no subject)
Crown of Thorns
The previous nudie post reminded me of a recent article posted to wtf_nature: 300 new species discovered in Philippines. A few crabs, a handful of nudies, and some awesome-looking corals, among other things. :)
27th-May-2011 12:53 am(no subject)
Borowczyk


Found on Tumblr
11th-Jul-2010 09:20 am - T-Shirts of Interest?
Hannaconda!
If this is inappropriate, I will delete, but I thought that this might interest some folks around here.



Full disclosure: I designed these images for shirts and don't have the extra $$ to get them printed on my own so I started a Kickstarter project. The pledge gifts are shirts and pictures, which works out for me because I wanted to get them printed so that people could own them.

Thanks for checking it out.
30th-Jun-2010 02:13 am - Mexican mollies grow moustaches
Squishy


"Scientists were unsure why male Mexican mollies wear an extravagant moustache-like structure on their top lip.

Now a study has revealed that female fish find the moustache sexually attractive, and it is likely to be a sexually selected trait.

As well as being visually-attractive, the moustache may be used to rub the female fish's genitals, exciting them."

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