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Society reveals best nature pictures of the year Tadpoles overhead. Overall winner, Category winner: Ecology and Environmental Science. Overall winner, Category winner: Ecology and Environmental Science. Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Beautiful Things, Cool Pictures Of Nature, Best Nature Photos, Underwater Images, Underwater House, Image Nature

Royal Society reveals best nature pictures of the year

An underwater photo taken by biologist Bert Willaert has claimed first place in the Royal Society Publishing photography competition, showing a glimpse of life through the eyes of a tadpole.

Sharks at Animal Corner, great website for children to learn about animals… – waterbait Thresher Shark, Nurse Shark, Save The Sharks, Shark Facts, Marine Biology, Great White Shark, Ocean Creatures, Shark Week, Sea World

Shark - Facts, Diet & Habitat Information

In some shape or form, Sharks have been around for about 400 million years. Even before dinosaurs roamed the earth, sharks hunted through our oceans and even in some rivers and lakes. Sharks are such good survivors that they have had little need to evolve in the last 150 million years. There are about 360 […]

Unique poster with octopus, squid and cuttlefish - 41 of the world’s most important species! The illustrations are detailed, lifelike and in natural colors. Octopus Squid, Octopus Art, Octopus Images, Fauna Marina, Giant Squid, Cuttlefish, Kunst Poster, Poster Poster, Wale

Octopus, Squid & Cuttlefish Poster

Our Classic Posters are ideal educational tools, advertising gifts and decorative displays suitable for any environment – from a commercial boardroom to a home kitchen. All posters are printed on the finest plastic-coated 150g art paper, with metal stiffeners and hangers included for immediate and easy use. 41 of the world’s most important species. Sizes indicated. Posters measure 70 x 100 cm. Names in: LAT / CHI / D / DK / E / F / GB / I / J / N / NL / P / RU / S / SF No VAT…

American Crow vs Common Raven Corneille d’Amérique vs grand corbeau Love Birds, Beautiful Birds, Beautiful Creatures, Quoth The Raven, Raven Art, Raven Totem, Crow Or Raven, Pet Raven, Creation Art

Of Paper and Ponies (and Science!)

Crow Vs. Raven by Paso Ravens are also largely solitary, while crows are gregarious. Crows tend to be snippy at each other, while ravens, when in groups, tend to play “games” that seem to (at least to...

image source The zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata [formerly Poephila guttata]),is the most common estrildid finch of Central Australia and ranges over most of the continent, avoiding only the cool moist south and some areas. Cute Birds, Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Animals And Pets, Cute Animals, Zebra Finch, Little Birds, Colorful Birds

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image source The zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata [formerly Poephila guttata]),is the most common estrildid finch of Central Australia and ranges over most of the continent, avoiding only the cool moist south and some areas...

Better Posters: Critique: Flowers and seeds Academic Poster, Research Poster, Poster Presentation Template, Presentation Layout, Scientific Poster Design, Poster Design Layout, Poster Designs, Behavioural Ecology, Biology Poster

Critique: Flowers and seeds

Today’s two posters are from Nicole Soper Gorden, who generously sent these forward. Here’s one of her old ones, which you can click to enla...

Zebrafinch 'heat song' changes hatchling development: When the weather is hot, zebra finches in Australia sing to their eggs - and these "incubation calls" change the chicks' development, a study has found. Behavioural Ecology, Zebra Finch, Singing, Eggs, Finches, Bbc News, Climate Change, Animal Kingdom, Animals

Singing to eggs 'changes chick growth'

A study of Australian zebra finches makes the surprising discovery that singing to eggs can alter hatchling development.

Though many species of shark have long been considered solitary creatures, new research suggests that their social networks may in fact be surprisingly sop Free Photos, Free Images, Behavioural Ecology, Species Of Sharks, Shark S, 1 Image, Free Illustrations, Deep Sea, Social Networks

Sharks’ Social Networks May Be More Complex Than We Thought

Though many species of shark have long been considered solitary creatures, new research suggests that their social networks may in fact be surprisingl

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Sharks Have Social Networks, Learn From Friends | All about water, the oceans, environmental issues

Lemon sharks have social networks, despite the lack of Facebook and Twitter—and learn from their interactions, according to recent research.