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Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb
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Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb | In North America, Europe and many other parts of the world, bee populations have plummeted 30-50% due to colony collapse disorder, a fact not lost on artist Aganetha Dyck who for years has been working with the industrious insects to create delicate sculptures using porcelain figurines, shoes, sports equipment, and other objects left in specially designed apiaries.
Honey Bees are talented artists too ya know! Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with #Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in #Honeycomb #wax #sculpture #nature
Artist Aganetha Dyck collaborates with bees to create exceptional art pieces
Among Giants | Global Oneness Project
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Among Giants | Global Oneness Project --- In this short film, an environmental activist sits on a tiny platform a hundred feet up in the tree canopy of an ancient redwood grove. Risking incarceration and injury, he disrupts the clear-cutting of the grove. Among Giants creates a vivid picture of the majesty of these trees and the unwavering dedication of an activist.
More Than Human: Tim Flach’s Striking Portraits of Animals | Brain Pickings
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Animals Photography by Tim Flach I friggin love bats. <3
More Than Human by Tim Flach #animal #photography Dracula
Tim Flach's latest project, titled More Than Human, consists of intimate studio portraits of various wild animals, from various monkeys and apes to specially-bred featherless chickens.
A fruit bat photo-- turned upsidedown! From the book, “More Than Human" by photographer Tim Flach.
Great Animal Photos by Tim Flach - Bat
I love bats!! (Animals Like Humans Photo Project, by Tim Flach.)
Nature Blows My Mind! The ocellated icefish has transparent blood and no scales : TreeHugger
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Nature Blows My Mind! The ocellated icefish has transparent blood and no scales!!!!!
This is not a Painting neither a Photoshop but an unedited Photo taken at 'Dead Vlei' in Namibia - Photography Picks
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Despite the painterly color and uncanny composition, the National Geographic Photo of the Day is, indeed, a photograph. Photographer Franz Lanting captured this scene in Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia. The bright orange background is a large sand dune, illuminated by the morning light. Camel thorn trees line the foreground, in the shadow of another dune. via @Bauldoff
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WOW!!!! Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives: What may appear as a mirror image of the stars above, the bioluminescence in the water is actually due to marine microbes called phytoplankton. The effect it has on the beach shore is absolutely breathtaking. | 27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die
Bioluminescent waves on a beach in the Maldives: Various species of phytoplankton are known to bioluminesce; when washed ashore by the tides, their chemical energy is turned into light energy. | 30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist - - - i swear i will visit this place! I SWEAR!!!!
💙 Sea of Stars 💙 Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives. The biological light, or bioluminescence, in the waves is the product of marine microbes called phytoplankton.
27 Places to Add to your Bucket List - Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives
24-Acre Louisiana Sinkhole Swallows Whole Trees in 30 Seconds (Video) | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
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Highly radioactive water seeping into the ocean from Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant
radioactive water is escaping into the Pacific Ocean from the ruins of the destroyed Fukushima nuclear facility in Japan. This has been going on ...
West Coast Senators: : Investigate the ongoing danger from the Fukushima nuclear reactors
This graphic is being circulated along with reports regarding leakage of radiated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan. While the reports of leaks are true, this map has nothing to do with radiated water spreading across the ocean. It is actually a graphic released by the NOAA in March 2011 to show the impact of the tsunami on the size of waves across the Pacific at that time.
Fukushima / Progressive Alaska : Why Do Alaskans Remain Blasé About Increasing Evidence of Fukushima Contamination of the Oceans and Ocean Life?
BREATHING EARTH newswatch.nationa...
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when Mother #Earth breathes #loljam #science #planets
A BREATHING EARTH: WATCH THE WORLD’S SEASONAL “HEARTBEAT” FROM OUTER SPACE! Each year we experience our normal seasons of hot and cold. Winter brings snow to many of us, and in summer, often blazing hot temperatures and beach days. John Nelson has given us a new vision of this familiar cycle in the form of a simple GIF… but the result is mesmerizing for its profound demonstration of these cycles upon our lives and the world processes it clearly illustrates.
Wanna See the Earth Breathe for Real? Watch This Stunning GIF. Images laced together from NASA’s Visible Earth show the cycling seasons of our planet reduced to just a few seconds of ceaseless movement. #earth #NASA
JOJO POST STAR GATES: THE EARTH'S "HEARTBEAT"??? (AS SEEN FROM SPACE). Yes It's Planet Earth's Seasonal Heartbeat. WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO WE KNOW??
GIF of the Day: Breathing Earth Reveals Our Planet's Seasonal Changes
Animated GIFs show the Earth 'breathing' | MNN - Mother Nature Network
"I grew up in a culture that claimed the right to conquer, use up, and displace nature. Human intelligence coupled with technology would take us on a one-way trip to a brighter future, we were told.[...] It takes humility to recognize that what we’ve called progress isn’t always for the better. Sometimes nature’s original idea was a better one.[...] If we learn from nature and from our indigenous brothers and sisters, I now believe we’ll have a much better shot at that bright future."
To Change our direction, It's time to follow Nature's lead
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As Long as the Rivers Flow, by James Bartleman.
Follows 1 girl, Martha/ Cat Lake First Nation in N. Ont. "stolen" from her family at the 6yr, flown to residential school. She didn't speak English, punished for speaking her native language; "fed" to attendant priest w/ an attraction to little girls. 10 years later, Martha returns home, barely speaks native tongue. Memories of abuse so strong = drinks, loses son Spider (CAA Toronto. Baby girl, Raven, she decides to leave with her mother while she braves to fight to get her son back
Intelligent Animals The way we treat and eat animals is often based on how intelligent we perceive them to be. For instance, cultures that keep dogs as pets and know how intuitive they are would never think to have them for dinner, while supposedly dirty pigs are perfectly acceptable to chow down. As it turns out, most of us are unaware of the intelligent animals that surround us. From sheep that know how to heal themselves to elephants that perform ritualistic ceremonies for the dead, ou...
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intelligent Animals: 10 Animals That Do Crazy-Intelligent Things - These animals have deep forms of intelligence
10 Animals That Do Crazy-Intelligent Things. From remembering long number sequences to burying their dead, these animals have deep forms of intelligence. #green #sustainability #rmogreen
WTH?? You'll never believe this octopus' camouflage [Video] : TreeHugger
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Amazing Shapeshifting Mimic Octopus (Videos).
Nature Blows My Mind! The Amazing Shapeshifting Mimic Octopus! : TreeHugger
8 Unbelievable octopus videos. Treehugger.com
Animal eyes by Suren Manvelyan, via Behance
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Amazing animal eye close up macro photography. dGeneralist Silent Wednesday - Week 29
eye zoom / close-up photos of animals - anonymous intimate look into a galaxy of depth in IRIS ; ) by photographer Suren Manvelyan http://www.surenmanvelyan.com 2014-06 • depicted: caiman
The Incredible Diversity of Animal Eyes in Macro. Found on environmental graffiti. pretty cool how each species has learned to adapt. goes to show how amazing nature is
Animal Eye Closeups: You Can See Their Souls - Caiman (sort of small alligator thing)
Eye to Eye With the Beast
Photos of Indonesias Striking Tri Colored Crater Lakes at Kelimutu
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If you’re a sucker for natural wonders of the world and are constantly in search of places to add to your photography bucket list, you might want to look at paying a visit to Kelimutu, a volcano in Indonesia. It’s known for the three crater lakes found at its summit, which are close in proximity but very different in appearance.
Dream Destination: Mt. Kelimutu in Indonesia
The Lakes of Mount Kelimutu, Indonesia
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6 Extreme Animals Sure To Survive The Apocalypse - If we've learned anything from science class, it's that nature is constantly trying to kill us. No matter how hard it tries though, it will never take down these animals.
moss piglet or Water bear (Paramacrobiotus craterlaki) by Eye of Science,SPL via bbc.co.uk: Tardigrades (aka waterbears) are small (0.1 - 1.5mm), water dwelling segmented animals with 8 legs and are found throughout the world from 4,000' below sea level to 6,000'above. Named after their bear-like walk, they are the most complex of extremophiles surviving extremes of temperature, radiation and the vacuum of space
Water bear (Paramacrobiotus craterlaki) by Eye of Science, SPL via bbc.co.uk: Tardigrades (aka waterbears) are small (0.1 - 1.5mm), water dwelling, segmented animals with 8 legs and are found throughout the world from 4,000' below sea level to 6,000' above. Named after their bear-like walk, they are the most complex of polyextremophiles surviving extremes of temperature, radiation and the vacuum of space.
A tardigrade! (aka water bear, or moss piglet) - These animals can go for decades without food or water, survive temperatures from near absolute zero to well above the boiling point of water, survive pressures from near zero to well above that on ocean floors, and survive direct exposure to dangerous radiations. Also, they can survive in outer space. This color-enhanced electron micrograph shows the millimeter-long tardigrade craling on moss.
Canadian Astronaut Tweets Daily Photos From the International Space Station
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Amazing Views of the World's Volcanoes From the International Space Station - Wired Science
On Feb. 8, Chris Hadfield uploaded this photo and joked, The Earth has problem skin; one popped, the other didnt. pic.twitter.com/2oqTv5p3 #space #nasa #universe #planets #stars #iss
Volcanoes from the International Space Station Adwa and Ayelu, Ethiopia Commander Hatfield captured this image of two Ethiopian volcanoes in the morning light -- Adwa on the left with the large summit caldera and Ayelu, an older stratovolcano, on the right.
Takashi Homma Photographs Radioactive Mushrooms from Forests Near Fukushima Takashi Homma Mushrooms – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
Esto podría parecer una araña, pero en realidad fue construida por una. Arañas artistas crean esculturas a su imagen para ahuyentar predadores. (Phil Torres)
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Mysterious Underwater Crop Circles Discovered Off the Coast of Japan. The unlikely culprit: Puffer Fish!
Underwater cameras showed that the artist was a small puffer fish who, using only his flapping fin, tirelessly worked day and night to carve the circular ridges. The unlikely artist best known in Japan as a delicacy, albeit a potentially poisonous one even takes small shells, cracks them, and lines the inner grooves of his sculpture as if decorating his piece. Further observation revealed that this mysterious circle was not just there to make the ocean floor look p
You Won’t Believe What Built This Underwater Crop Circle. This is an underwater structure built about 80 feet underwater off the coast of the southern Japanese island of Anami Oshima. Considering no one had ever encountered anything like it, diver and underwater photographer Yoji Ookata was at a loss to explain what had built the circular, repeating, and clearly geometric structure. The builder, it turns out, was a single ordinary — but exceptionally hard-working – pufferfish.
Each female species in the world has its own way to attract males. The sand sculptures you see on the photos are created by a few-inch long puff fish in order to catch the male’s attention. In the center of the circle the couple lays the eggs. The riffles are the buffers against the ocean underwater currents. The more riffles a female makes, the more chance she has to find her male.