These odd-looking creatures are, in fact, two-day-old zebrafish larvae, as seen through a scanning electron microscope.

These odd-looking creatures are, in fact, two-day-old zebrafish larvae, as seen through a scanning electron microscope.

An amazing view of the weather phenomenon known as the Canterbury Arch taken off the deck of a rental home in Hanmer, NZ. The Nor'west arch is a weather pattern peculiar to the east coast of New Zealand's South Island. For this reason, it is also often r

Wind Map by hint.fm: Watch the delicate tracery of wind flowing over the US with this beautiful visualization which is refreshed hourly using data via the National Weather Service http://hint.fm/wind/  via stringfilter. #Wind_Map #hint_fm #stringfilter  http://hint.fm/wind/

Wind Map by hint.fm: Watch the delicate tracery of wind flowing over the US with this beautiful visualization which is refreshed hourly using data via the National Weather Service http://hint.fm/wind/ via stringfilter. #Wind_Map #hint_fm #stringfilter http://hint.fm/wind/

A rare cloud formation called a mammatus, where clouds take on a  bubble-like shape, appeared in the skies above Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada following a thunderstorm on June 26.

A rare cloud formation called a mammatus, where clouds take on a bubble-like shape, appeared in the skies above Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada following a thunderstorm on June 26.

The Dragon’s Skull by kuirositas: The snapdragon (Antirrhinum), a popular flowering plant, is named for the resemblance of its blossom to a dragon's head. The seed pod is more macabre and resembles a skull. #Snapdragon

The Dragon’s Skull by kuirositas: The snapdragon (Antirrhinum), a popular flowering plant, is named for the resemblance of its blossom to a dragon's head. The seed pod is more macabre and resembles a skull. #Snapdragon

Rose Eberson: "I find them such beautiful animals they are one of the strongest totem and spirit guides in the indian and shamanic cultures! They bring a beautiful, powerful and magical message with a big connection to one's ancestors. "

Osmia Avosetta are solitary bees that build their nests by biting petals off of flowers, flying them back one by one, and gluing them together often using nectar as glue. Each nest is a papermache work of art that houses a single bee egg.

Osmia Avosetta are solitary bees that build their nests by biting petals off of flowers, flying them back one by one, and gluing them together often using nectar as glue. Each nest is a papermache work of art that houses a single bee egg.

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