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thebrainscoop:

Diaphonized fish; Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus). Seen in the Ichthyology lab.

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freshphotons:

A drop of seawater under a microscope, Via.

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ohscience:

Chamaeleo calyptratus (veiled chameleon) embryo showing cartilage (blue) and bone (red)

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rhamphotheca:

A 6.6x image of a benthic fish egg cluster,
photo by Dr. Jaime Gomez-Gutierrez, Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Mexico. 

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lorenzens-soil:

Depth, 1955 Wood block (black)MC Escher

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fabforgottennobility:

By the waterfall by Sverrir Thorolfsson on Flickr.

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scienceyoucanlove:

Barton Springs Salamander
The Barton Springs salamander (Eurycea sosorum) is a small lungless salamander unique to Barton Springs, a group of natural springs in Austin, Texas. Its speckled, reddish-brown skin is translucent and eggs or even the contents of the salamander’s last meal are often visible.
Since the Barton Springs salamander is found nowhere else in the world and relies on fresh, unpolluted spring water it’s been listed as an endangered species since 1997.
source

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fuckyeahaquaria:

Firebrick Sea Star | Asterodiscides truncates 
(by billunder)