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All things NATURE - Wildlife, Conservation, Environment, etc
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Çiçek üstünde su damlacıkları. - Koleksiyoner Ali
kanımca su damlacıklarının en çok yakıştığı yer - elet
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"Sahi kaç çiçeği dolanır arı bir damla bal için __/ Ya da bir damla balda sayılabilir adı kaç çiçeğin..."
"Sahi kaç çiçeği dolanır arı bir damla bal için __/ Ya da bir damla balda sayılabilir adı kaç çiçeğin..."
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TÜSAK'a Hayır - Basın Açıklaması http://www.youtube.com/watch... - Akasya
Akasya, bunu alakasiz konulara yapistirmak pek iyi bir fikir degil sanki? - enés gûler from iPhone
haklısın enes, kendi feedimde kimse görmedi ve ben de bi şekilde haberdar etmek istedim, bugün böyle bişey yaptım. pek iyi olmadığını biliyorum ama neden kötü olduğunu düşündün? - Akasya
3-5 farklı fiidde sürekli gördüm, spam gibi oldu hani. ondan. - enés gûler
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Birds of a feather: hummingbird family tree unveiled | Reuters - http://www.reuters.com/article...
Birds of a feather: hummingbird family tree unveiled | Reuters
"For such small creatures, hummingbirds certainly have racked up an outsized list of unique claims to fame. They are the smallest birds and the smallest warm-blooded animals on Earth. They have the fastest heart and the fastest metabolism of any vertebrate. They are the only birds that can fly backward. And scientists reported on Thursday that they also have a complicated evolutionary history. Researchers constructed the family tree of these nectar-eating birds using genetic information from most of the world's 338 hummingbird species and their closest relatives. They said hummingbirds can be divided into nine groups, with differences in size, habitat, feeding strategy and body shape." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
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Do you prefer Apples or Oranges? - Koleksiyoner Ali
apples place - elet
Apple forever :)) - Koleksiyoner Ali
red applae:))) very good - elet
Görseli beğendim sunularda kullanılabilir :) - sosyalulas
Of course, orange juice :) - mnarli
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Diş sağlığına önem veriyor. | It pays attention to dental health. - Koleksiyoner Ali
Halil
3,200 Year Old Tree Is So Massive It’s Never Been Captured In A Single Image. Until Now. | The Mind Unleashed - http://themindunleashed.org/2014...
Cloaked in the snows of California’s Sierra Nevada, the 3,200-year-old giant sequoia called the President rises 247 feet. - Halil from Bookmarklet
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Six New Dracula Ants From Madagascar - “Mystrium was a difficult group to identify because of the remarkable variation within each species.” Yoshimura said. - http://www.redorbit.com/news...
Six New Dracula Ants From Madagascar - “Mystrium was a difficult group to identify because of the remarkable variation within each species.” Yoshimura said.
Mystrium species have unique features such as long, spatulate mandibles that snap together (Gronenberg et al. 1998); wingless queens that in some undetermined species are even smaller than workers (Molet et al. 2007); and large, wingless individuals intermediate between workers and queens, which behave like queens (Molet et al. 2012). - Halil from Bookmarklet
“Our team has explored Madagascar and its surrounding islands for 20 years and collected thousands of specimens to solve the mysteries of Mystrium,” said Fisher, an expert on Malagasy ants. - Halil
Eeek - Janet
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Downy Emerald (Cordulia aenea) - It is metallic green and bronze in color, and its thorax is coated with fine hairs, hence its name. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
Downy Emerald (Cordulia aenea) - It is metallic green and bronze in color, and its thorax is coated with fine hairs, hence its name.
Although it has been eliminated from some of its historic native area in Great Britain due to habitat loss, dense populations of the downy emerald can still be found there in spots where its ideal habitat remains. - Halil from Bookmarklet
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"Liverpool, John Moore Üniversitesi genetik mühendisleri tarafından yürütülen çalışmada yaşayan dinozor yavrusu ”Spot” un klonlayarak dünyaya getirildiğini açıkladı..." - Koleksiyoner Ali
Yurt dışının zaytungunun haberi bu. Gözünüzü sevem şunlara inanmayın. İngilizce orijinal siteye bakın bir. Görseldeki canlı da kanguru... - tambilir from Android
Al saddi bu da kanguru olduğunun orjinal kanıtı http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search... aslı olmayan şeylere körü körüne inanmaya devam etmeyin demiyorum ama biraz düşünün diyorum. - tambilir from Android
bende daha çok kanguruya benzettim, ama bu klonlama isi bir gün gerçeklesmicek anlamina gelmez - saddii
Dnanın milyonlarca yıl korunmalı bir şekilde yer yüzünde barınması söz konusu değil. Virüs eyvallah da dna öyle sağlam bir şey değil. Bu yazıyı yayınlayan site bildiğiniz dış basının zaytungu. Millet de bilip bilmeden inanıyor. Olta hesabı. Boş verin gitsin yani - tambilir from Android
A baby dinosaur HAS NOT been cloned by British scientists. That photograph is of a baby kangaroo, not a fucking apatosaurus !! - Peter Dawson
Elin gavuruna bile dalga konusu ettiniz bizi ya helal diyorum ha ahahahaha - tambilir
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Gathered together in a book published this Spring, and aptly titled "The Oldest Living Things in the World," the collection of age-old organisms serves as a stunning visual history of Earth's extreme inhabitants. The collision of art and science is hardly just a visual feast of the past, it's also a reminder of what the future might leave behind, as climate change and human endeavors threaten the existence of these millennia-old characters. - Halil from Bookmarklet
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Malaysian microjewels going extinct as they are discovered - http://phys.org/news...
Malaysian microjewels going extinct as they are discovered
Malaysian microjewels going extinct as they are discovered
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The snails are special for several reasons, says Liew. 'First of all, they flaunt all shell-coiling rules, by having very irregularly coiled and ornamented shells, making them look like microjewelry.' Liew used a so-called micro-CT-scanner, which produces three-dimensional X-rays of very tiny objects, to investigate the exact shapes of the shells. This allowed him to recognise 31 species, ten of which were new to science. - Halil from Bookmarklet
Another peculiarity is that they only live on limestone hills. Limestone hills are 'sitting ducks' for mining companies, and many are being quarried away for cement, taking their unique snails with them to their grave. One species, Plectostoma sciaphilum, is already extinct: its home was turned into concrete around 2003. Similar fates await at least six more species. One of these, P.... more... - Halil
Human development ploughs on while causing mayhem and destruction to our planet! Maybe it's time we retreated back to the cave? :( - Halil
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Poisoning Dingoes Has Domino Effect on Australia’s Biodiversity | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network - http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/extinct...
Poisoning Dingoes Has Domino Effect on Australia’s Biodiversity | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network
Poisoning Dingoes Has Domino Effect on Australia’s Biodiversity | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network
"Australia has a long history of poisoning its dingoes (Canis lupus dingo), which have an unfair reputation of preying on sheep and other livestock. But according to a new study, killing the country’s native canines may have had unintended consequences, dramatically impacting the biodiversity in regions where dingo populations have been reduced or removed." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
"The study, conducted by researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and other institutions, looked at 14 forested sites in that southeastern Australian province. Half of the sites experienced dingo poisoning during the prior five years. The rest had minimal dingo control efforts. The sites were divided into seven pairs, each with one poisoning site. The researchers then... more... - imabonehead
"The results were striking: In each of the areas where dingoes had been poisoned, the researchers found increased numbers of large plant-eating mammals, such as kangaroos and wallabies. These places also harbored higher numbers of red foxes (Vulpes vulpes), one of the worst invasive species in Australia. All of those species normally make ready prey for dingoes and they appear to have thrived in the latter’s absence." - imabonehead
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