1. scienceyoucanlove:

The Crab Spider (Epicadus heterogaster) mimics the appearance of an orchid. Unsuspecting insects are tricked to get close- and are then devoured.
from Biology101.org

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    The Crab Spider (Epicadus heterogaster) mimics the appearance of an orchid. Unsuspecting insects are tricked to get close- and are then devoured.

    from Biology101.org

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  2. eatsleepdraw:

Summoner
Grace Leehttp://sketchesbyboz.tumblr.com/

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    Summoner

    Grace Lee
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  4. fuckyeahvolcanoes:

Tungurahua volcano, Ecuador.

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    Tungurahua volcano, Ecuador.

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  6. blastedheath:

M. Irfan (Indonesian, b. 1972), Glory, Country, Romance, 2012. Mixed media on canvas, 200 x 250 cm.

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    M. Irfan (Indonesian, b. 1972), Glory, Country, Romance, 2012. Mixed media on canvas, 200 x 250 cm.

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  7. If you add up all the forms of gynocide, from female infanticide and genital mutilation to so-called honor crimes, sex trafficking, and domestic abuse, everything, we lose about 6 million humans every year just because they were born female. That’s a holocaust every year.
    – Gloria Steinem (via stories-yet-to-be-written)

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