Останнім часом все більше стає цікаво, що ти думаєш про мене, про мою інколи дивну, інколи ще дивнішу поведінку, цікаво, як моє уявлення про себе не співпадає з тим, як я виглядаю і наскільки відрізняється від твоєї думки про мене. Хто ж з нас бачить правду і чи можливо її побачити?🌿
Rusia 2018 se convierte en el primer Mundial sin árbitros británicos desde 1938. Por primera vez en 80 años, la FIFA publica su lista y no aparece ningún representante del Reino Unido. .
Comprehension & Collaboration takes no prisoners and I am here for it. I read this book last summer and used so much of what I learned this past school year. This moment in the introduction was when I knew it was the book for me because this is how I like to live my life. Not ignoring the research, not avoiding what’s best for kids, and never taking the path of what is easiest and most comfortable for the adults in the room. This isn’t about us, it’s about kids and they should always be first. Period. #inquiry#curiosity#smokeydaniels#kidsfirstfromdayone#inquirycircles
How do birds communicate?
What I witnessed was the "European green woodpecker"
The first thing you might have noticed was the sounds the birds were making. The voice is often the most noticeable form of bird communication. Bird communication using sound includes singing, calls, squeaks, squawks, gurgles, warbles, trills, rattles, gulps, pops, whines, clicks, croaks, drums, whistles, howls, tremolos, thumps, honks and many other sorts of sounds.
Not all birds use their voice as their main method of communication. Some birds, such as the ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus), make non-vocal sound by beating the air with their wings. This is done in a way where the wings create a vacuum and the sound is caused by the air rushing in to fill up that space, essentially creating a mini-sonic boom. This sound is used to establish and hold a territory. Another example, the Wilson’s snipe (Gallinago delicata) uses special tail feathers which its spreads during an earthward dive. As it plummets down, it beats its wings in a way that guides air through the feathers creating a winnowing sound. The snipe uses this during courtship.
Bird communication also happens through visual displays. These are often a combination of behaviors and the feathers on the bird’s body. In the case of the blackbirds, the males puff up their feathers, lean forward, shrug their shoulders showing off their colorful shoulders, and exaggerates them with bold postures. They also sing out as they do this making their statement loud and clear. So it is with many species of birds, both the visual and sound-based behaviors are used to communicate.
P.S - crows weren't disturbing
Capturing food on camera is such a fucking passion of mine 💟📸
More so, of shit that I actually create 😎😜
Has always been such a huge part of my life 🙏 growing up in a very food orientated family Dad the baker, creating incredible cakes and gluten free bread, and my mum who has always been such a #healthnut creating health concoctions since I was young 💟
So Foooood 🍗🥑🍍Its been at the forefront of my life but my relationship to food has not always been a healthy one 😑
My passion has truly always been creating things in the kitchen 👩🍳but because of my battles with emotional and binge eating its been a fucking struggle at times and cast an incredible shadow over my life and my relationship to self.
I want to be fucking real and share my journey as its what I FEEL is so important. 🙏😊 Speak my TRUTH , and inspire those that have maybe been in a similar position that they CAN find peace with food and step into a body they truly fucking love. ✌️💚
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A dragonfly is an insect belonging to the order Odonata.
Adult dragonflies are characterized by large, multifaceted eyes, two pairs of strong, transparent wings, sometimes with coloured patches, and an elongated body. Dragonflies can be mistaken for the related group, damselflies (Zygoptera), which are similar in structure, though usually lighter in build; however, the wings of most dragonflies are held flat and away from the body, while damselflies hold the wings folded at rest, along or above the abdomen. Dragonflies are agile fliers, while damselflies have a weaker, fluttery flight. Many dragonflies have brilliant iridescent or metallic colours produced by structural coloration, making them conspicuous in flight.
Fossils of very large dragonfly ancestors in the Protodonata are found from 325 million years ago (Mya) in Upper Carboniferous rocks; these had wingspans up to about 750 mm.
They have a uniquely complex mode of reproduction involving indirect insemination, delayed fertilization, and sperm competition.
During mating, the male grasps the female at the back of the head or on the prothorax, and the female curls her abdomen under her body to pick up sperm from the male's secondary genitalia at the front of his abdomen, forming the "heart" or "wheel" posture.Dragonflies are predators, both in their aquatic larval stage, when they are known as nymphs or naiads, and as adults.
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Lepus europaeus 🐰 hiding in a "form"
European hare, also known as the brown hare, is a species of hare native to Europe and parts of Asia. It is among the largest hare species and is adapted to temperate, open country. Hares are herbivorous and feed mainly on grasses and herbs, supplementing these with twigs, buds, bark and field crops, particularly in winter. Their natural predators include large birds of prey, canids and felids. They rely on high-speed endurance running to escape from their enemies; having long, powerful limbs and large nostrils.
The fur colour is grizzled yellow-brown on the back; rufous on the shoulders, legs, neck and throat; white on the underside and black on the tail and ear tips. The fur on the back is typically longer and more curled than on the rest of the body. The European hare's fur does not turn completely white in the winter as is the case with some other members of the genus, although the sides of the head and base of the ears do develop white areas and the hip and rump region may gain some grey.
Generally nocturnal and shy in nature, hares change their behaviour in the spring, when they can be seen in broad daylight chasing one another around in fields. During this spring frenzy, they sometimes strike one another with their paws ("boxing"). This is usually not competition between males, but a female hitting a male, either to show she is not yet ready to mate or as a test of his determination.
The female nests in a depression on the surface of the ground rather than in a burrow, and the young are active as soon as they are born.
Litters may consist of three or four young and a female can bear three litters a year, with hares living for up to twelve years. The breeding season lasts from January to August.
Canon EOS 600D - Tamron 70-300mm 📸
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🤔😮😳Have you ever seen an insect like that?
Maloe violaceus 🐜
This species is characterized by hypermetamorphosis, a kind of complete insect metamorphosis in which, in addition to the normal stages of larva, nymph and imago, they have several others, with great differences in appearance and way of life.
The body of Meloe violaceus is 10–30 mm long, females are somewhat larger than the males. These beetle are black-blue or violet-blue, head and pronotum are very finely dotted and the elytra are quite shorter than the abdomen, as in other Meloinae species.
In May–June the female digs into the soil 20–30 mm deep cylindrical holes, where they lay a very large quantity of eggs (about 2,000–10,000).
After about a month larvae emerge from eggs and climb up on grass or on flowers, waiting to cling to the thorax of approaching potential host insects seeking pollen or nectar.
The larvae have an exclusively parasitic life, primarily in the nests of solitary bees, or sometimes of locusts. If the larvae have inadvertently selected a honey bee, they die in the hive and may cause serious damage.
When the host female bee lays eggs in its cells, the first-stage larva of the violet oil beetle eats the eggs of the bee, increases in volume and becomes the second-stage larva, which continues its development eating honey and pollen. The larva, after other two stages, forms the nymph and finally the imago.
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Anche se non si viaggia intorno al mondo, le meraviglie della Natura si presentano comunque alle tue finestre; 🌱 basta aprirle e vedere il regalo che ti manda.
The Egyptian locust, is a species belonging to the family Acrididae.
Anacridium aegyptium is one of the largest European grasshoppers. The adult males grow up to 30–56 mm long, while females reach 46–70 mm of length. Their body is usually gray, brown or olive coloured, the antennae are relatively short and robust. Tibiae of the hind legs are blue, while femora are orange. The hind femora have characteristic dark marks. It is easily identifiable also by the characteristic eyes with vertical black and white stripes. The pronotum shows a dorsal orange stripe and several white small spots. The wings are clear with dark marks.
This species is folivore, essentially feeding on leaves of various plants.It is a solitary species, not harmful to crops. Adults can mainly be encountered in August and September, but they are active throughout the year. After mating these grasshoppers overwinter as adults. Spawning occurs in spring just under the soil surface and the nymphs appear in April. These grasshoppers undergo several molts. The nymphs have the appearance of the adults, their color varies from yellow to bright green and ocher and the wings are absent or small, as they are gradually developed after each molting.
Canon EOS 600D - 18-55mm
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The photo was transmitted to Earth by the United States Lunar Orbiter I and received at the NASA tracking station at Robledo De Chavela near Madrid, Spain. This crescent of the Earth was photographed August 23, 1966 at 16:35 GMT when the spacecraft was on its 16th orbit and just about to pass behind the Moon.
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