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Guam Rail

Oct. 22nd, 2016 06:01 pm
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In the 1960’s, there were 70,000 of these birds on the island of Guam.


Today, they are extinct and can only be seen in zoos.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Squirrel

Oct. 22nd, 2016 02:01 pm
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Squirrel_1


Sometimes you’re out playing with your infrared camera and really wish you had your regular camera with you.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.
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Meerkat_1


This is clearly one of the scenes missing from the surviving human copies of the work.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Arctic Fox

Oct. 21st, 2016 06:01 pm
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Some animals look nearly the same in infrared.


No disguising plants though.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Peacock

Oct. 21st, 2016 02:01 pm
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Peacock_27


These eyes have seen a lot of loves

But they’re never gonna see another one if they have anything to say about it.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Chipmunk

Oct. 20th, 2016 11:01 pm
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Chipmunk_2


Modern chipmunks don’t appreciate the amount of labor their ancestors put into their roads.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Robin

Oct. 20th, 2016 06:20 pm
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Robin


He got up twice as early as everyone else.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Peacock

Oct. 20th, 2016 02:01 pm
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Peacock_42


Stalking the dark-stormed land, he wonders if he truly is the last.


The war had been vicious. Much had been lost. He had lost his family. He had lost his friends. He had lost his very home.


But had he lost everything? Were there none like him? Was he to eke out the remainder of his days as the last shining remnant of a forgotten world?


He didn’t know. All he could do was what he had done, traveling, looking for hope. Hope that the next century would not draw to a close as last had … leaving him forever alone and lost in a corrupt and corrupting land.


And so, for one more day, he walked.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.
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Meerkat_2


We hear the Tartars and the eastern thieves,

Under the conduct of one Tamburlaine,

Presume a bickering with your emperor,

And think to rouse us from our dreadful siege

Of the famous Grecian Constantinople.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.
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Western Tufted Deer


At some point in history, the following conversation must have occurred:


“So let’s see here, we’ve already got the vampire bat, vampire finch, vampire squirrel, vampire moth, vampire squid, vampire flying frogs, and Dracula ants. What should we call this critter?”


“How about ‘tufted deer’?”


“Yeah, that sounds ’bout right.”




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Peacock

Oct. 19th, 2016 02:01 pm
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Peacock_54


Even in infrared, peacocks are overly dramatic.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.
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Seba's Short Tailed Bat


Interesting thing about infrared light … it doesn’t bother bats at all.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.
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Bactrian Camel_2


The incredibly rare three hump camel.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Peacock

Oct. 18th, 2016 02:01 pm
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Peacock_31


Sometimes it’s easier to see how feathers and scales are related.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Sign

Oct. 17th, 2016 11:32 pm
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Sign


Cable’ll cut you. Cable’ll cut you up bad.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

Peacocking

Oct. 16th, 2016 09:55 pm
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“How does the bastard, orphan, son of a whore … Go on and on … Grow into more of a phenomenon?” What? You don't know? (multi-image post) )

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