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    🔥 Otherworldly fish
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    The Rusty Spotted Cat is the world’s smallest and can fit in the palm of your hand.
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    🔥 Bioluminescent Tasmanian coastline 🔥
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    A Marine flatworm swimming
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    A fish fishing for fish
  • Ringgenberg, Switzerland
  • Diablo Lake in Washington state USA, gets its brilliant colour from its surrounding glaciers that grind rocks into a fine powder. The powder is carried into the lake through creeks where it is suspended in the water, giving it a brilliant colour.
  • Rainbow sea slugs will eat hydrozoids (small stinging animals related to jellyfish) and will store their stinging cells throughout their skin, to protect themselves against predators.
  • In the jungle canopies of the Himalayas there is a relatively plan-looking brown and yellow butterfly whose larval stage is something incredible. It’s the half-dragon, half-pokemon looking Dragonhead Caterpillar.
  • 🔥 Endangered Andean Cat.
  • The Richat Structure — "Eye of the Sahara" — "in northwestern Mauritania" photographed from space on 5 April 2019 from the International Space Station. Photo credit: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • Diablo Lake in Washington state USA, gets its brilliant colour from its surrounding glaciers that grind rocks into a fine powder. The powder is carried into the lake through creeks where it is suspended in the water, giving it a brilliant colour.
  • Rainbow sea slugs will eat hydrozoids (small stinging animals related to jellyfish) and will store their stinging cells throughout their skin, to protect themselves against predators.
  • In the jungle canopies of the Himalayas there is a relatively plan-looking brown and yellow butterfly whose larval stage is something incredible. It’s the half-dragon, half-pokemon looking Dragonhead Caterpillar.
  • Argentavis Magnificens
  • 🔥 Endangered Andean Cat.
  • The Richat Structure — "Eye of the Sahara" — "in northwestern Mauritania" photographed from space on 5 April 2019 from the International Space Station. Photo credit: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • Diablo Lake in Washington state USA, gets its brilliant colour from its surrounding glaciers that grind rocks into a fine powder. The powder is carried into the lake through creeks where it is suspended in the water, giving it a brilliant colour.
  • Rainbow sea slugs will eat hydrozoids (small stinging animals related to jellyfish) and will store their stinging cells throughout their skin, to protect themselves against predators.
  • In the jungle canopies of the Himalayas there is a relatively plan-looking brown and yellow butterfly whose larval stage is something incredible. It’s the half-dragon, half-pokemon looking Dragonhead Caterpillar.
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