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A Rare Bactrian Gold Pendant in the Form of a Lion Inlaid with Lapis Lazuli, Carnelian, and Turquoise Gold with lapis lazuli, carnelian, and turquoise, early second millennium B.C.E.
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Bactrian Gold Pendant in the Form of a Lion -- Inlaid with lapis lazuli, carnelian, turquoise, gold -- Early 2nd Millennium BCE
A Rare Bactrian (Persian) Gold Pendant in the Form of a Lion inlaid with lapis lazuli, carnelian, turquoise, and gold early second millennium B.C.E.
Bactrian Gold Pendant in the Form of a Lion inlaid with lapis lazuli, carnelian, turquoise, and gold early second millennium B.C.E.
phoenician artifacts | ... . Metal traces on Phoenician artifacts show long-gone paint and gold
A Rare Bactrian Gold Pendant in the Form of a Lion Inlaid with Lapis Lazuli, Carnelian, and Turquoise. Gold with lapis lazuli, carnelian, and turquoise, early second millennium B.C.
opalized and pyritized ammonite fossil
Spirals, Sea Shells, Colors, Sacred Geometry, Ammonit Fossil, Fossils, Seashells, Opals, Pyrit Ammonit
opalized and pyritized ammonite fossil - I love the beauty and intelligence in life. Sacred geometry everywhere!
Spirals - opalized and pyritized ammonite fossil
opalized and pyritized ammonite fossil such a gorgeous combo of textures and colors.
Kakapo: rare bird of NZ. There are only 62 left in existence. The name comes from the native Maori language, meaning “night parrot.”
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The kakapo is a large, flightless parrot native to New Zealand. Sadly, today these beautiful birds are incredibly endangered and there are only 126 left in the wild. Researchers found that about 900 years ago kakapos ate large amounts of pollen from a root parasite known as "Hades flower". Today, that plant is also incredibly rare and the two organisms are not found together, which suggests a rather interesting conservation link - was the kakapo responsible for pollinating the Hades flower?
Kakapo, New Zealand: "night parrot.” Only 62 in existence.
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It's said that The Rainbow Owl is a rare species of owl found in hardwood forests in the western United States and parts of China. Unlike most owls, which are nocturnal, the Rainbow Owl is active during the twilight hours at dawn and dusk, or on bright moonlit nights. The Rainbow Owl can be distinguished from other owls by its peculiar multicolored feathers but also by its unusually melodic call. Recent research also suggests that they are responsive to music and attracted to human singing. Doesn't that sound neat? TOO BAD IT'S A FAKE. THIS IS A POORLY-PHOTOSHOPPED PIC OF A BARRED OWL. It can be distinguished from other owls by its nonexistence.
The Rainbow #Owl.... NW Montana.The #RainbowOwl is a rare species of owl found in hardwood forests in the western United States and parts of China.
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Here's a handsome fella! #bird #birds #colorfulbirds
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Colorful Birds Picture
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some days my hair looks like this.
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Blue Poison Frog (Poison Dart Frog)
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Australian Blue Tree Frog | Blue Poison Dart Frog2 Poison Dart Frogs
Poison Dart Frog. The sprightly and brightly colored frog may look enchanting, but it can produce enough poison to kill 10 humans. Thriving in humid, tropical environments of Central and Latin America, the poison dart frog oozes black slime from its back, which is actually a neurotoxin used to ward off predators.
"Poison dart frogs, members of the Dendrobatidae family, wear some of the most brilliant and beautiful colors on Earth. Depending on individual habitats, which extend from the tropical forests of Costa Rica to Brazil, their coloring can be yellow, gold, copper, red, green, blue, or black. Their elaborate designs and hues are deliberately ostentatious to ward off potential predators, a tactic called aposematic coloration."
Top 10 Tiny Animals With Enough Poison To Absolutely Destroy You - Poison Dart Frog Blue-Poison-Dart-Frog Poison dart frogs are one of the most colorful animals in nature. This is to scare off potential predators, and is known as aposematic coloration. With such elaborate colors, predators will recognize the animals Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-tiny-animals-with-enough-poison-to-absolutely-destroy-you.php#ixzz2RzXw1hDQ