1. Pictures: See-Through Frog, Other “Lost” Species Found | National Geographic
  2. photographsonthebrain:

jessicaeaton:

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  3. Bentornata Primavera [Explore #7] (by Miss_Baraonda)

    Bentornata Primavera [Explore #7] (by Miss_Baraonda)

  4. (via dendroica)

  5. artymiss:

Le Fashion: Bright
  6. dendroica:

Hubble bubble: A delicate sphere of gas, imaged by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, floats in the depths of space. The shell, or bubble, is the result of gas that is being shocked by the expanding blast wave from a supernova. Called SNR 0509-67.5 (or SNR 0509 for short), the bubble is the visible remnant of a powerful stellar explosion in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), a small galaxy about 160,000 light-years from Earth. Picture: AP / NASA / ESA (via Pictures of the day: 15 December 2010 - Telegraph)

    dendroica:

    Hubble bubble: A delicate sphere of gas, imaged by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, floats in the depths of space. The shell, or bubble, is the result of gas that is being shocked by the expanding blast wave from a supernova. Called SNR 0509-67.5 (or SNR 0509 for short), the bubble is the visible remnant of a powerful stellar explosion in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), a small galaxy about 160,000 light-years from Earth. Picture: AP / NASA / ESA (via Pictures of the day: 15 December 2010 - Telegraph)

  7. A butterfly with transparent wings? Double rainbow. ★
ivanfilios:

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pdl2h:

pedalfar:

sotoneko:

kml:

hinthint:

muhuhu:

fishandmush:

onetheme:

kamikazekisses:

Because this is an actual butterfly that exists in South America, it’s pretty awesome.












(via wingwithoutfeather, darkestknight)

    A butterfly with transparent wings? Double rainbow. 

    ivanfilios:

    wisdom-from-introspect:

    classics:

    kanmei:

    kyokutyo:

    tumbtumb:

    pdl2h:

    pedalfar:

    sotoneko:

    kml:

    hinthint:

    muhuhu:

    fishandmush:

    onetheme:

    kamikazekisses:

    Because this is an actual butterfly that exists in South America, it’s pretty awesome.

    (via wingwithoutfeather, darkestknight)

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