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Divers dwarfed by an enormous sunfish!


The ocean sunfish or common mola (Mola mola) is the heaviest known bony fish in the world. Adults typically weigh between 247 and 1,000 kg (545–2,205 lb)

 



A turtle eating a jellyfish for breakfast!
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A turtle eating a jellyfish for breakfast!


Bon appetit!

 



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Imagine you’re a snake. How do you climb a brick wall?


Like that.

 



Deers are now invading New York City
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Deers are now invading New York City


In 2014, an aerial, infrared survey of Staten Island found 793 individuals living there

 



Amazingly blue crystals of haüyne
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Amazingly blue crystals of haüyne


They are less than 2.0 mm and were found in Eifel, Palatinate, Germany

 



Papilio lowi's caterpillar mimics bird droppings to survive
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Papilio lowi’s caterpillar mimics bird droppings to survive


This helps them to avoid predators. To complete her disguise, they can also produce an unpleasant smell

 



A brown bear newborn cub
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A brown bear newborn cub


The cubs are born during hibernation, while the mother sleeps. If the mother does not gain enough weight to survive through the winter, the embryo does not implant and is reabsorbed into the body

 



Only 2,000 to 3,000 adult tigers are left in the wild
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Only 2,000 to 3,000 adult tigers are left in the wild


The 6 extant subspecies of Panthera tigris are currently endangered, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Threats include poaching and habitat fragmentation

 



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This cool laser can remove paint and rust


It's a 1000W laser and it doesn't require gas or consumables

 



There's a real company called "Rent A Goat"
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There’s a real company called “Rent A Goat”


It provides "conservation grazing services", whereby goats are used instead of traditional machinery or pesticides in order to curb unwanted invasive plant growth

 



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What can you do with a non-newtonian fluid?


This

 



This is what the x-ray of a stingray looks like
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This is what the x-ray of a stingray looks like


 



The Emu War opposing Australia to emus occured in 1932
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The Emu War opposing Australia to emus occured in 1932


It was a military operation employing armed soldiers to reduce the number of emus that were destroying crops in Western Australia.

 



Have you ever seen a horse... swimming from below?
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Have you ever seen a horse… swimming from below?


Incredible shot by Kurt Arrigo!

 



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Woodpeckers often reach 10 000 m/s² when pecking on a tree


To cope with forces as great as 1,000 g, these birds have developed several adaptations such as a three-layered beak whose anatomy helps absorb mechanical stress