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Rare Sighting of a "Blue Dragon" Spotted on the Shores of Australia

Depending on your tastes, this bizarre little blue creature may inspire either aww-worthy shrieks of excitement or a bit of discomforted shock, possibly a combination of both. Meet the blue dragon, one of the weirdest and most wonderful little-known animals in the world. The proper name of this …


Amphibians and Reptiles

A selection of portraits from Photo Ark, a project to document the world's animals before they disappear.

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Cloaked Squid

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D100 Nested Treasure Table (Revised)

Roll twice <b><br>Roll d4</b> for losers & civilians<p><b>d6</b> for up to 6 HD of creatures<p><b>d8</b> for 6 to 8 HD of creatures<p><b>d10</b> for 8 to 10 HD of creatures<p><b>d12</b> for PC-types …

So You've Decided To Rest In Town Before Going Back Into The Dungeon!

(created by Google Plus DIY D&D community in this thread) (A few notes from me are in parenthesis)<p><b>(Roll D100 once per day of rest)</b><p>1. A trading …

I'm going to start using this for future games: Index of Supernatural Plural Nouns!

This would make a good castle location in Game of Thrones. Capilla de Mármol, natural sanctuary, #Chile. Photographer unknown.

Matera, Italy photographed by Fabiana Belmonte (j)

Ruby Spotted Swallowtail Caterpillar Aggregation Aggregation allows caterpillars to collectively defend themselves against the attacks of predators and parasitoids. Such defense may be passive or active. Passive modes of collective defense involve dilution effects since the mathematical probability that any one individual will be randomly singled out by a predator decreases with group size. Individuals also gain protection from predators by surrounding themselves with others. photo credit: © Jessika Canizalez http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2010/11/08/unknown-caterpillar-aggregation-from-mexico/

Long exposure photo of fireflies in a forested area near Nagoya City, Japan Photograph by YUME CYAN: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=173120006188336&set=a.106326646201006.14596.100004710131678&type=1&theater Follow Yume Cyan on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cyan.yume via PetaPixel: http://petapixel.com/2013/06/05/starry-long-exposure-photos-of-fireflies-in-the-forests-of-japan/

Rakotz Bridge in Kromlauer Park, Kromlau, Germany. The basalt-stone bridge was built in 1860 Photograph by INGO TEICH: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/56672915


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Turquoise Pool, Fern Hammock Springs, Florida image via: http://www.naturesfinestcaptures.com/2013/03/19/turquoise-pool-fern-hammock-springs-florida/

Fairytale cottages in Wales

The Hairy Bush Viper (Atheris hispida) Venomous viper species found in Central Africa. It is known for its extremely keeled scales that give it an almost bristly appearance. No subspecies are currently recognized. image via: http://theworldbyroad.com/2013/04/the-hairy-bush-viper-yes-that-is-really-its-name/

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Travel Lists Archives – Wild Junket Adventure Travel Blog

By Nellie Huang| 2018-05-22T13:56:00+00:00 May 18th, 2018|<p>The best travel jobs are those that let you live a life of travel and get paid at the same …

Rangers for National Parks and Wildlife Service in New South Wales, Australia have seen 20 cm (8 in) long vibrant pink slugs thriving on the top of Mount Kaputar. The slugs are thought to be a relic from when the area was surrounded by rainforest 17 million years ago. Volcanic activity in the area created arid conditions that caused the rainforest to recede. High elevation protected the small ecosystem from the effects of the volcano, leaving it isolated. Scientists believe this isolation has been crucial to their survival. More info: http://bit.ly/10CYFAK Photo credit: National Parks and Wildlife Service

A tongue of lava oozes out from beneath the recently cooled crust of a flow. The silica contained within, reflects the early morning sunlight, giving its surface a glassy sheen. Hawaii photo credit: ©Bruce Omori http://500px.com/photo/34062556 image via:http://reddpics.com/

And it occurred to me that these must be holographic viral projections from an autonomous continuum that was somehow intersecting my own — but does it float