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My little bro Jonathan. He loves his big bro.

First time on the #nitro at #sixflags with mercy

First time on the #nitro at #sixflags with mercy

This is what happens when people want to sleep on the forklift at work. #m80

fastcompany:

The partnership could have huge implications in the development of tiny, invisible computers.
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fastcompany:

The partnership could have huge implications in the development of tiny, invisible computers.

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cool-critters:

King of saxony bird-of-paradise (Pteridophora alberti)

The King of Saxony is a bird in the bird-of-paradise family (Paradisaeidae).  It is endemic to montane forest in New Guinea. The bird is sometimes referred to as “Kiss-a-ba” by the natives of Papua New Guinea and Western New Guinea, as a human interpretation of the male’s loud call. Adult males are territorial. The male guards its territory from perches placed in the tops of tall trees, and from these perches sings to compete with males in neighbouring territories. While singing, the male moves his occipital plumes about.

italian-luxury:

Portofino, Italy
Credit: James Maher via (500px)

italian-luxury:

Portofino, Italy

Credit: James Maher via (500px)

flamboyantturtle:

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cool-critters:

Coconut crab (Birgus latro)

The coconut crab is a species of terrestrial hermit crab. It is the largest land-living arthropod in the world.It is found on islands across the Indian Ocean and parts of the Pacific Ocean as far east as the Gambier Islands, mirroring the distribution of the coconut palm; it has been extirpated from most areas with a significant human population, including mainland Australia and Madagascar. They cannot swim and will drown if immersed in water for long. They have developed an acute sense of smell, evolved convergently with that of insects, which they use to find potential food sources. Adult coconut crabs feed on fruits, nuts, seeds, and the pith of fallen trees, but will eat carrion and other organic matter opportunistically. The species is popularly associated with the coconut, and has been widely reported to climb trees to pick coconuts, which it then opens to eat the flesh.