Dan Thomas

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

Here's a Mind-Blowing Reminder of How Big The Extremely Large Telescope Will Be

How large? Extremely large.<p>You've probably never really thought about how big the European Space Organisation's (ESO) Extremely Large Telescope is …

Evening light, Riessersee

Philippine eagle, amazing shot!

Breaking The Molds: See Microbes As Art

Two California exhibits are showcasing art derived from these unlikely muses to draw attention to scientific research and interaction with nature.<p>For most folks, microbes and mold conjure unsavory images of outbreaks and dirty bathrooms. But two Southern California exhibits are proving that one …

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Cyanocorax yncas galeatus (carriquí) -Explored-

Owl by Graham McGeorge

Edge of the world

In Hiding


This photograph of a Cassowary was shot while working on a story of @natgeo "The Man Who Wasn't Darwin". This Cassowary, shot at the #ClevelandZoo. Some paleontologists believe that this behavior is similar to how the #velociraptor may have acted. The article was about British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, the world's greatest field biologist and co-author of the theory of evolution via natural selection with Charles Darwin. One of his greatest contributions to the field of evolutionary biology is the Wallace Line. Drawn in 1859 this boundary separates the ecozones of Asia & Australia. West of the line are organisms related to Asiatic species; to the east, a mixture of species from Australian origin. The above bird would have been found on the Asian side of this line, while a different species would fill a similar niche on the Australian side. @robertclarkphoto @natgeo @thephotosociety @instituteartist

NJ Wight's Wild! Life — Honey, what’s for dinner? (More banana beaks...

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Heather McCloskey Beck - I Love You - please visit me. <3 You have simply Got To Be Kidding!!! :)

Morning Tea

Amazing photo taken in Chile

This composition is made up from 5000 pictures taken in a 48 hour period and looks amazing.

Amazing cloud formation hanging over Mount Fuji in Japan.