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Take a look at the bizarre teeth of the crabeater seal (Lobodon carcinophaga). They don't actually eat crabs, but krill. Their teeth have formed specifically for this diet and filter the water for their tiny crustacean prey. From this episode of "The Brain Scoop":

Rare cave pearls fill dried-out terrace pools in Hang Son Doong, Vietnam. This unusually large collection of stone spheres formed drip by drip over the centuries as calcite crystals left behind by water, layered themselves around grains of sand, enlarging over time.

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Denksiya landscape - colored mountains of China

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Genetics. So freakin cool.

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Barcelona. La Sagrada Familia heavenly ceiling

Moss Graffiti: Put in blender: one can of cheap beer (or 1 1/2 cups buttermilk), a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on wall and mist daily until it grows. WHAT? Wow!

cardboard | Vince Human Skull SE


Carved stamps from old wine corks!

Sculpted tree house structures by Patrick Dougherty

living cells magnified

shadow art!

Tunnel of gourds.... quite a harvest!

Brazilian Grape Tree, guapurú, or jaboticaba, grows fruit from its trunk. Once harvested, fruits begin to ferment in 3 to 4 days, and is very rarely shipped beyond the growing regions. via @Meghan Martin