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The weekend in pictures

⭐'Our World'⭐ contest winner Make Room for Me!" Eden Rock, Grand Cayman Photo by Amanda Nicholls

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Marrakesh Travel Diary + Tips!

Love this door with faded paint. I would sand and seal it. Tile floors are stunning although I can't see them in my home.

Bettas come in almost every color, but the most common colors are varieties of red, blue, purple, green and white. The colors can be solid, bi-colored, Cambodian, butterfly, marble, piebald, mask, dragon or multicolored.

Oriental Flying Gurnard ( Dactyloptena orientalis ) Image Source This deep-sea creature called the oriental flying gurnard is a flying gurnard found in the Indo-Pacific Oceans at depths down to 100 m. Their length is up to 40 cm. The oriental flying gurnard has huge, round pectoral fins. The fins are usually held against the body, but when threatened they can expand the ‘wings’ to scare off a predator. Flying Gurnard ( Dactylopterus volitans )

10 Stunning Standouts in National Geographic Photography Contest 2013 - My Modern Metropolis

When threatened the Atolla Jellyfish respond by creating a moving circular wave of light around their outer edge which is referred to as a “burglar alarm” response. Scientists theorise that jellyfish use this response to attract large animals in to eat jellyfish predators. So basically, when the jellyfish is under attack, it starts lighting up so that other, bigger, scarier animals will be attracted to the scene and (hopefully) eat the thing attacking the Atolla Jelly.

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Weekly Inspiration 41

This is Samson. His nickname is lion cub. He has amazing blue eyes. He always reaching out do his best friend. That's me.

from My Modern Met

Macro Photos Capture the Amazing Depth and Details of Animals' Eyes

Close up high resolution photographs of various animal eyes. How beautiful

Look deep into my how could you possibly resist me?