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Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World

Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World

Spiral, Colour, form and texture inspiration

I once looked after two of these moths since they were caterpillars. these great creatures are proof not all moths are gross

Elephant Hawk Moth, so named because of the caterpillar stage in which it seems to have an elephants trunk.

Complex: The Sun is seen as central to our solar system, but even that is on its own journey through the 'Local Bubble'

Trapped in a bubble! Scientists shed light on the Earth's galactic neighbourhood

Did a lost star knock the Earth off its orbit? New theory to explain why our planet circles the sun at an angle to the solar equator

The Astounding And Horrific World As Seen Under A Microscope                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The Astounding And Horrific World As Seen Under A Microscope

Real Image of bacteriophage (a virus) via electron microscope. by echkbet > Real or not, this looks amazing.

Make some gloriously glittery snow dough for some wondrous sensory play this winter! Do you love cloud dough already? Me too! It’s so soft and silky and yet can be moulded loosely into shapes. Best of all, it can be made form just 2 ingredients! So now that it’s winter time I wanted to have...Read More »

Snow Dough Recipe for Winter Sensory Play

Mini sensory tubs- small world animal habitats via The Imagination Tree

Chinstrap Penguin on Half Moon Island in the South Shetlands, Antarctica

Christmas Card Chinstrap Penguin, Half Moon Island, Shetlands, Antarctica by Per-Gunnar Ostby~~

Quilled Pipe Stem- ca. 1890s, Sioux One of the many traditions surrounding the calumet, or pipe stem, is that it incorporated a representative of each of the different forms of life: wood from the plant world, earth paints from the mineral world, porcupine quills and horsehair from the world of four-legged creatures, and bird feathers or skin from the world of the winged creatures.  Learn more! http://on.fb.me/28YuPjv

Quilled Pipe Stem- ca. 1890s, Sioux One of the many traditions surrounding the calumet, or pipe stem, is that it incorporated a representative of each of the different forms of life: wood from the plant world, earth paints from the mineral world, porcupine quills and horsehair from the world of four-legged creatures, and bird feathers or skin from the world of the winged creatures. Learn more! http://on.fb.me/28YuPjv

Physically this creature resembles a tall dead eucalyptus tree at a height of 40 meters. Biologically however, this plant like creature seems to be formed of human matter though sharing the same properties and function of a regular eucalyptus plant.

Physically this creature resembles a tall dead eucalyptus tree at a height of 40 meters. Biologically however, this plant like creature seems to be formed of human matter though sharing the same properties and function of a regular eucalyptus plant.

**Christmas Tree Worm by Jörg E. Lingnau ¦ kinda looks like the plant in the movie Avatar

Sea Worm plants Doesn't eat any thing plant life 34 months then regenerates small fish eat it. Gets eaten by only starfish Lives in fourth zone

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