Ricardo Barros

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These homes prove that the ‘tiny house movement’ has become a global phenomenon

In case you hadn’t noticed, tiny homes are the next big thing.<p>1. Keret House<p>Blink and you’ll miss it. That’s because this home, built in the wasted …

New York City

Oddest Couple

Lotus

Turquoise-Browed Motmot

montereybayaquarium: “ The bloodybelly comb jelly is nearly invisible in the deep sea, where red animals appear black and blend into the dark background. Scientists think the jelly’s blood-red belly...

Zoology

Green Door

The glass jungle II

Freedom

the fog

F26

The evening of the Lijiang River

Fabricantes de automóveis se unem para enfrentar empresas de tecnologia

Preocupadas com o avanço das empresas de tecnologia nos sistemas de direção autônoma, grandes montadoras se uniram nesta semana e anunciaram uma …

Akamai: apenas 0,5% das conexões no Brasil estão preparadas para 4K - Tecnoblog

Já conhece a nova extensão do <b>Tecnoblog</b>?<p>A mais recente atualização do “State of the Internet”, pesquisa periódica da Akamai que avalia a …

Comercial insano mostra a fita de resina que é forte como aço [vídeo]

Você já ouviu falar na FiberFix? O produto é uma fita reforçada de resina que suporta altas temperaturas, água e os impactos mais pesados que você …

É monstro: roteador mais rápido da América Latina chega ao Brasil

Quem é que não gosta de internet rápida? Todo mundo. Então, a D-Link está trazendo para o Brasil o roteador mais rápido da América Latina, o Ultra …

Go follow @earthfocus for more incredible travel & wildlife photos @earthfocus The day octopus. Octopus cyanea, also known as the big blue octopus, day octopus and Cyane's octopus, is an octopus in the family Octopodidae. It occurs in both the Pacific and Indian Oceans, from Hawaii to the eastern coast of Africa. Cyanea grows to 16 cm in mantle length with arms to at least 80 cm. Photo by: @edahlmeier

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Fireworks turtle! https://t.co/BY32oZBwy0

Cenote Angelita

New ocean map reveals health of seas and value of protecting them – in pictures

The Atlas of Ocean Wealth, published ahead of World Oceans Day, brings together data from thousands of sources – from governments to Flickr photos – to provide insight into the economic and social value of our marine life. It is being used to pinpoint areas where even small-scale interventions can …

Conservation

Iced Lake