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    Tabletop Biosphere by Martin John Brown via eisforexplore: How it works. cdn.makezine.com/... #DIY #Biosphere #Kids #Science

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    Map of every river in the United States.

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    wine country

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    Ancienne chemiserie Niguet (1896) – 13 rue Royale, Bruxelles (Belgique) by Yvette Gauthier, via Flickr - Flower shop, Brussels, designed by Paul Hankar, XIX century

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    Enypniastes - Species in this genus have developed webbed swimming structures at the front and back of their bodies which enable them to swim up off the surface of the sea floor and to journey as much as 1000m up into the water column. When Oceaneering ROV pilots saw and photographed the creature at 2500m depth they named it “The Headless Chicken Fish.”

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    wash me

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    wash me

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    #poler #polerstuff #campvibes

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    i need a monkey

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    Curiosity by Matthew Coutts: "At first sight it's not clear what the great mass of undulating lines in fact are. It takes a closer inspection for them to transform and the immense scale of what you behold to become reality. The blue whale is the largest creature ever to have existed on our planet."via telegraph.co.uk #Blue_Whale #Matthew_Coots

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    Harry, the hippie

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    In 1993, the Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida, received a commission of the Canary Islands for a monument / sculpture in Tindaya Mountain, on Fuerteventura. Chillida's idea was to create a large empty void inside, with dimensions 50 x 50 x 50 meters, with an entrance tunnel of 200 meters and two skylights.

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    HotTug

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    How To Tie A Heart Knot

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    looks like tiffany

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    Rustic bathroom displaying wood, copper & stone details

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    A wall-size mosaic of small, smooth river rock surrounds a round fireplace

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    When arranging the natural numbers in a spiral and emphasizing the prime numbers, an intriguing and not fully explained pattern is observed, called the Ulam spiral.

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    Lol this is so funny :] @Chelsea Rose Birdsall @gray gold design { interior design } Holbrook @Sandra Pendle Crabtree: Pole Dancing, Animals, Dogs, Obedience School, Pet, Funny Stuff, Puppy

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    Nancy Reagan sitting on Mr. T's lap. No biggie.

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    San Diego Accidentally Set Off All Its Fourth Of July Fireworks at Once

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    Saltwater crocodiles are arguably nature’s most terrifyingly efficient killing machines. Getting up close to them is generally a very bad idea but, in Australia’s Northern Territory, the “big salties” have become a major tourist attraction. And as last week’s incredible photograph of a jumping crocodile, above, shows, visitors can get very close indeed to the toothy monsters. Crocodile cruises are just one option for close encounters near Darwin, the tropical ca...

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    Best tree of life ever.

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