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    reddit🔥 Fish inside Jelly Fish.

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    redditThe Flabby Whalefish, among the most deep-living fish known, with some species recorded at depths in excess of 3,500 m (11,500 ft).

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  • A slim, sleek bird with a spiky crest, Phainopepla comes from the Greek for “shining cloak.” The name refers to the male’s glistening, inky black feathers, which are set off by piercing red eyes. And if the Greek name isn’t helping you picture it, a common nickname might: the goth cardinal. From February to April, they nest in pairs in the arid Sonoran Desert. From May to July, they form nesting colonies in leafy oak and sycamore canyons to escape the summer heat. Learn more at BirdNote.org.

  • Science is… a way of skeptically interrogating the universe with a fine understanding of human fallibility.
    ~ Carl Sagan (Charlie Rose: An Interview with Carl Sagan, 27 May 1996)

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    redditBaby sloth reunited with its mom

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