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The Spanish dancer (Hexabranchus sanguineus -  meaning "blood-colored six-gills") is a dorid nudibranch

The Spanish dancer (Hexabranchus sanguineus - meaning "blood-colored six-gills") is a dorid nudibranch

When Trilobites Ruled the World / "A well-preserved trilobite specimen from Morocco that lived during the Devonian Period roughly 400 million years ago."

When Trilobites Ruled the World

When Trilobites Ruled the World / "A well-preserved trilobite specimen from Morocco that lived during the Devonian Period roughly 400 million years ago."

Captain Dave Anderson of Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari in Dana Point, California recently filmed and edited this 5 minute video taken with a drone. It shows  thousands of dolphins,  three gray whales migrating off the coast of San Clemente, and a humpback whale snuggling with her calf in Maui.

Captain Dave Anderson of Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari in Dana Point, California recently filmed and edited this 5 minute video taken with a drone. It shows thousands of dolphins, three gray whales migrating off the coast of San Clemente, and a humpback whale snuggling with her calf in Maui.

Ants Build Complex Structures With a Few Simple Rules | Simons Foundation

Ants Build Complex Structures With a Few Simple Rules | Simons Foundation

"This is a video showing a person killing a praying mantis virtually taken over by a huge parasite of the species Nematomorpha (horsehair worm). When the mantis dies, the parasite evacuates its host. These parasitic worms grow up to 100 cm in length, with extreme case specimens reaching 200 cm. The infection they infest their host with can ‘program’ the hosts brain and cause it to drown itself, returning the nematomorph parasite to water." / this horrifying thing via kenyatta

"This is a video showing a person killing a praying mantis virtually taken over by a huge parasite of the species Nematomorpha (horsehair worm). When the mantis dies, the parasite evacuates its host. These parasitic worms grow up to 100 cm in length, with extreme case specimens reaching 200 cm. The infection they infest their host with can ‘program’ the hosts brain and cause it to drown itself, returning the nematomorph parasite to water." / this horrifying thing via kenyatta

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