Tag: biology

The Alluring and Alien Sights of a Bee in Ultra Close-up

http://discovermagazine.com/photos/18-alluring-alien-sight…

My previous post touched on the difference between looking at something with a high speed camera, and how different things can look compared to the naked eye. This set of images provides us with a similar contrast, but this time dealing with magnification. These …

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Nature loss ‘to damage economies’

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science_and…

All too often we are presented with a false choice between the economy and the environment. This situation seems to occur because economics is primarily concerned with the short term, and measures designed to protect the environment are seen to immediately hinder economic growth …

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Zoo babies from around the world

http://www.boston.com/travel/gallery/zoo_babies/

An interesting, visual look at baby animals in zoos around the world, this collection provides a great way for teachers to interest students in the great biodiversity of our planet.…

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Birth of Siamese crocodile

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/wallpaper/img/2009/03/mar09wallpaper-10_1280.jpg

This single image of a Siamese crodile hatching from its egg is a great reminder that not only birds come from eggs.…

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