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Wuzhen 3 by Alfonso Lucifredi on 500px

Wuzhen 3 by Alfonso Lucifredi on 500px

Xitang e Wuzhen, l'antica Cina dei villaggi sull'acqua | Latitudeslife

Xitang e Wuzhen, l'antica Cina dei villaggi sull'acqua | Latitudeslife

The nerd in me loves this!! -- like recombinant DNA.. we're so different, but we still share the same chemical structure

The nerd in me loves this!! -- like recombinant DNA.. we're so different, but we still share the same chemical structure

Amazing -- London's new "garden bridge" will span 1,204 feet across the Thames http://mnatu.re/1ftUFVy  pic.twitter.com/CYMvYULPr5

Amazing -- London's new "garden bridge" will span 1,204 feet across the Thames http://mnatu.re/1ftUFVy pic.twitter.com/CYMvYULPr5

NATURE SOUNDMAP - Awesome A group of over 50 nature sound recordists from around the globe have collaborated to develop Nature Soundmap, a website aimed at showcasing nature’s most incredible and inspiring sounds.

NATURE SOUNDMAP - Awesome A group of over 50 nature sound recordists from around the globe have collaborated to develop Nature Soundmap, a website aimed at showcasing nature’s most incredible and inspiring sounds.

Moon River by Alfonso Lucifredi on 500px

Moon River by Alfonso Lucifredi on 500px

Photos of two queen ants (left, the host species Mycocepurus goeldii and right, the parasitic species Mycocepurus castrator) shown side-by-side represent what may be an example of sympatric speciation—when a new species develops in the same geographic area with its sister species, but reproduces on its own. (Christian Rabeling, University of Rochester) This Ant Species May Support a Controversial Theory on Evolution

Photos of two queen ants (left, the host species Mycocepurus goeldii and right, the parasitic species Mycocepurus castrator) shown side-by-side represent what may be an example of sympatric speciation—when a new species develops in the same geographic area with its sister species, but reproduces on its own. (Christian Rabeling, University of Rochester) This Ant Species May Support a Controversial Theory on Evolution

Nanchino, la capitale triste | Latitudeslife

Nanchino, la capitale triste | Latitudeslife

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