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System of the human body (via)
The Tufted Puffin, also known as Crested Puffin, is a relatively abundant (and also really adorable) medium-sized pelagic seabird in the auk family found throughout the North Pacific Ocean. These photos of puffins from Kolyuchin Island, in the far east Russian Arctic, were taken by Ngaire Lawsom.
Source: Flickr / eriagn
Facts, Science World Ads (Museum of Science, Vancouver)
It’s so adorable and saaaaaaaaaaaad! ><
Perrin Ireland likes to tell science stories, but instead of using words she uses her gift for art. Here’s some frames from her recent look at the Human Microbiome Project. The full collection is great.
Some of her previous visual science stories: James Cameron’s trip to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, and the ultrasonic courtship of mice.
I wish, I wish, with all my heart, to fly with dragons, in a land apart.
Cantor Set omelet, and other scientific concepts rendered in food by Kevin Van Aelst.
Who’d have known your stomach could double as a camera?
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