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Crows and ravens have a baffling habit of sneaking up on other animals and pulling on their tails. The behavior seems to be relatively universal among various species of crows and ravens across the world they seem to do it with anything they can find that has a tail, ranging from something as small and harmless as squirrels to something as large and deadly as eagles

Understanding Aperture

Happy Rad Tech Week!!! 1st week of November...

Anatomy by Alex Konahin

How to propose to an X-Ray tech…

Cool! Malar must be ethmoid?!

Awesome x-ray picture of a stingray


helmut newton, x-ray, french vogue, paris, 1994

Haha "Left brainers - try not to argue with the teacher too much" !

Layered MRI Self-Portraits Engraved in Glass Sheets by Angela Palmer

Beautiful vascular models blown of glass for doctors, medical device developers and eclectic art collections! by Farlow's Scientific Glassblowing. #Glass #Anatomical_Models #FSG

Right Brain by hiddentalents #Brain

Left Brain by hiddentalents #Brain

Branches of facial nerve: Temporal, Zygomatic, Buccal, Mandibular, Cervical (Ten Zebras Bought My Car)

Visualizing nest architecture of the Florida harvester ant by Walter R. Tschinkel via Phillip Torronoe, makezineblog: This is a beautiful excavation and plaster cast of a large Pogonomyrmex badius nest and consists of 135 chambers and 12 meters of vertical shafts. Nests are top heavy and grow by deepening, and by adding and expanding new chambers. Photo by Charles Badland. #Ants #Walter_Tschinkel

Brain Neuron. # Pin++ for Pinterest #