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T. bergeri

Another tilly that I bought on whim because I was still in the phase where I thought that collecting any species I didn’t yet have was a good idea, my T. 238 more words


A Visit to the Vandaloor zoo

Picture of grass fields inside Zoo.

Readers – please excuse my poor English :)

Everyone in the world has the wish to travel and explore new places, but not everyone fulfills this because of family and job commitments.   1,131 more words


A clear, molecular view of how human color vision evolved

Many genetic mutations in visual pigments, spread over millions of years, were required for humans to evolve from a primitive mammal with a dim, shadowy view of the world into a greater ape able to see all the colors in a rainbow. 695 more words


Ancient, hydrogen-rich waters deep underground around the world: Waters could support isolated life

A team of scientists has mapped the location of hydrogen-rich waters found trapped kilometers beneath Earth’s surface in rock fractures in Canada, South Africa and Scandinavia. 482 more words


Why the Enlightenment is part of our species and Creationism is a retardation of it

ColorStorm told me that some atheists I praise on WordPress are rude. I defined rude in a earlier post as “when you lay unwarranted negativity on the person”. 503 more words



The silver-grey perennial herb Chrysocephalum semipapposum is in full flower. The species is tolerant of very harsh conditions and survives on little rain <350 mm p.a.)