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Posted on 18th Oct at 3:13 AM, with 2,331 notes
aqqindex:

Mark Dion, detail of Toys ‘R’ Us (When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth) 1986
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aqqindex:

Mark Dion, detail of Toys ‘R’ Us (When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth) 1986

Posted on 18th Oct at 3:11 AM, with 733 notes
heaveninawildflower:

Plate taken from ‘The Biology of Dragonflies’ by R. J. Tillyard. Published by Cambridge University Press (1917).
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heaveninawildflower:

Plate taken from ‘The Biology of Dragonflies’ by R. J. Tillyard. Published by Cambridge University Press (1917).

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Posted on 18th Oct at 3:10 AM, with 2,067 notes
aqqindex:

Matthew Barney, Inhotim
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aqqindex:

Matthew Barney, Inhotim

Posted on 13th Oct at 2:36 AM, with 814 notes
heaveninawildflower:

'Ascidiae' plate from 'Art Forms of Nature' 1904 by Ernst Haeckel ( 1834 – 1919).
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'Ascidiae' plate from 'Art Forms of Nature' 1904 by Ernst Haeckel ( 1834 – 1919).

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Posted on 13th Oct at 2:09 AM, with 151 notes
the-holocene-extinction:

Mississippi Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula)-
Conservation status: Vulnerable
Threats: It is currently believed that paddlefish populations are healthy and can sustain fishing for commercial purposes though several subpopulations have been overexploited. Such overfishing as well as a reduction in habitat and water quality are the greatest threats to this species. A population decrease of 30% or more is possible within the next decade.
(Source: Encyclopedia of Life)
(Image credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
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the-holocene-extinction:

Mississippi Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula)-

Conservation status: Vulnerable

Threats: It is currently believed that paddlefish populations are healthy and can sustain fishing for commercial purposes though several subpopulations have been overexploited. Such overfishing as well as a reduction in habitat and water quality are the greatest threats to this species. A population decrease of 30% or more is possible within the next decade.

(Source: Encyclopedia of Life)

(Image credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Posted on 13th Oct at 2:08 AM, with 6,035 notes
divine-genesis:

Transparent Condor Agate Geode.
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divine-genesis:

Transparent Condor Agate Geode.

Posted on 11th Oct at 8:33 PM, with 428 notes
reptilesrevolution:

St. Augustine Alligator Farm
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reptilesrevolution:

St. Augustine Alligator Farm

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