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The spiral galaxy ESO 243-49, 290 million light-years from Earth. (via Hubble)

The spiral galaxy ESO 243-49, 290 million light-years from Earth. (via Hubble)

A view inside the liquid-argon calorimeter endcap (via ATLAS Experiment)

A view inside the liquid-argon calorimeter endcap (via ATLAS Experiment)

The Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) is a large predator who hunt in solitary at night. The skin of the younger shows typical dark spots and stripes that tend to fade in older sharks. Their coloration combined with the fact that the tiger sharks swim usually very slowly makes difficult for prey to detect them. Tiger sharks eat everything that moves, including sea turtles, dolphins, whales, other smaller sharks and even conspecifics.
-I want to be a shark-

The Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) is a large predator who hunt in solitary at night. The skin of the younger shows typical dark spots and stripes that tend to fade in older sharks. Their coloration combined with the fact that the tiger sharks swim usually very slowly makes difficult for prey to detect them. Tiger sharks eat everything that moves, including sea turtles, dolphins, whales, other smaller sharks and even conspecifics.

-I want to be a shark-

A Bowshock Nebula Near the Neutron Star RXJ 18565-3754
Wilhelm Wundt (standing, with gray beard) and colleagues.
Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) was a German physician, psychologist, physiologist and philosopher, known today as the “father of experimental psychology”. He wrote Grundzüge der physiologischen Psychologie (1874) [Principle of Physiological Psychology] and founded the first formal laboratory for psychological research at the University of Leipzig.

Wilhelm Wundt (standing, with gray beard) and colleagues.

Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) was a German physician, psychologist, physiologist and philosopher, known today as the “father of experimental psychology”. He wrote Grundzüge der physiologischen Psychologie (1874) [Principle of Physiological Psychology] and founded the first formal laboratory for psychological research at the University of Leipzig.

Barred Spiral Galaxy Messier 83 (via ESO)

Barred Spiral Galaxy Messier 83 (via ESO)

Scanning electron microscope image of a lace bug. (via dartmouth.edu)

Scanning electron microscope image of a lace bug. (via dartmouth.edu)

Wobbegongs are bottom-dwelling sharks that spend much of their time resting on the sea floor. They are not really big, although the largest species, the spotted wobbegong, can reach 3 metres in length. They show a typical camouflage pattern that makes them almost invisible: they are ambush predators, they hide and catch smaller fish which swim too close.
-I want to be a shark-

[img via Australia Museum © Erik Schlögl]

Wobbegongs are bottom-dwelling sharks that spend much of their time resting on the sea floor. They are not really big, although the largest species, the spotted wobbegong, can reach 3 metres in length. They show a typical camouflage pattern that makes them almost invisible: they are ambush predators, they hide and catch smaller fish which swim too close.

-I want to be a shark-

[img via Australia Museum © Erik Schlögl]

Ice covers the surface of northwestern Lake Sakakawea, a reservoir on the Missouri River. (via earthobservatory)

Ice covers the surface of northwestern Lake Sakakawea, a reservoir on the Missouri River. (via earthobservatory)

Pinus monophylla leaf (via sols.unlv.edu)

Pinus monophylla leaf (via sols.unlv.edu)