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danielodowd:

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Oct 20, 2014 / 439 notes
life-lings:

Hidden garden  Seattle Washington
Oct 20, 2014 / 11,283 notes

life-lings:

Hidden garden
Seattle Washington

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essentialisinvisible:

Monarch Butterflies (Cerro Pelon, Mexico)
Oct 20, 2014 / 694 notes

essentialisinvisible:

Monarch Butterflies (Cerro Pelon, Mexico)

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popsealife:

The Old Ones Remember
In addition to their unparalleled powers of camouflage, octopuses are equipped with incredible powers of the mind.
Octopuses have evolved a brain and central nervous system comparable to that of vertebrates, endowing these creatures with the ability to learn through observation, and form long-term memories of their experiences. 
The remarkable mental faculties of octopuses, the most advanced among all invertebrates, has made them ideal subjects for research on neurobiology. Scientists continue to call upon the knowledge of the Old Ones study these amazing cephalopods to discover more about the processes of learning and memory.
image source: Portland Aquarium website
reference: Hochner et al. 2006.
Oct 20, 2014 / 1,997 notes

popsealife:

The Old Ones Remember

In addition to their unparalleled powers of camouflage, octopuses are equipped with incredible powers of the mind.

Octopuses have evolved a brain and central nervous system comparable to that of vertebrates, endowing these creatures with the ability to learn through observation, and form long-term memories of their experiences. 

The remarkable mental faculties of octopuses, the most advanced among all invertebrates, has made them ideal subjects for research on neurobiology. Scientists continue to call upon the knowledge of the Old Ones study these amazing cephalopods to discover more about the processes of learning and memory.

image source: Portland Aquarium website

reference: Hochner et al. 2006.

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yellowtulipfinch:

Oh just another day finding chicken of the woods.
Oct 20, 2014 / 89 notes

yellowtulipfinch:

Oh just another day finding chicken of the woods.

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congenitaldisease:

Rafflesia arnoldii is the world’s largest flower, with a diameter of around one meter and weighing up to ten kilograms. The flower is very rare and not easy to locate, growing only once a year, for five days. It grows in the rain forests of Asia and the Philippines. The flower is nicknamed “meat flower” and “corpse flower” due to the fact that it looks, and smells, like rotting flesh.
Oct 20, 2014 / 1,443 notes

congenitaldisease:

Rafflesia arnoldii is the world’s largest flower, with a diameter of around one meter and weighing up to ten kilograms. The flower is very rare and not easy to locate, growing only once a year, for five days. It grows in the rain forests of Asia and the Philippines. The flower is nicknamed “meat flower” and “corpse flower” due to the fact that it looks, and smells, like rotting flesh.

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Oct 20, 2014 / 155 notes
thelovelyseas:

veined oct by Jason isley
Oct 20, 2014 / 789 notes

thelovelyseas:

veined oct by Jason isley

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saatchiart:

Artist of the Day | Luis Kerch
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renemagritte-art:

Collective Invention, 1934
Rene Magritte
Oct 20, 2014 / 52 notes

renemagritte-art:

Collective Invention, 1934

Rene Magritte

renemagritte-art:

Eternity, 1935
Rene Magritte
Oct 20, 2014 / 22 notes

renemagritte-art:

Eternity, 1935

Rene Magritte

renemagritte-art:

Portrait, 1935
Rene Magritte
Oct 20, 2014 / 216 notes

renemagritte-art:

Portrait, 1935

Rene Magritte

renemagritte-art:

The amorous perspective, 1935
Rene Magritte
Oct 20, 2014 / 293 notes

renemagritte-art:

The amorous perspective, 1935

Rene Magritte