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April 4th, 2008

Fighting Tanzanian Giraffes! [Apr. 4th, 2008|10:16 am]
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Have you ever seen Giraffes fight?

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Antarctic sea creature [Apr. 4th, 2008|11:43 am]
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 In a recent expedition to the Antarctic, scientists discovered a whole bunch of strange, new creature- some incredibly ugly, as shown below, and others quite beautiful, as shown below:

Giant, Unknown Animals Found off Antarctica


''Glass Tulips,'' Huge Worms Found off Antarctica

Here is a video link (video include giant sea spiders!):  http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/02/080219-spider-video-ap.html

From there, there are more links to more pictures and info on the other creatures they found.
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Bacon Brutality [Apr. 4th, 2008|01:36 pm]
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Due to complaints, the cut will now specify what is under it.

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Sandstorm [Apr. 4th, 2008|02:08 pm]
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http://www.sunbelt-software.com/stu/iraq/sandstorm.htm

I remember when I lived in Egypt we had a big sandstorm called the Hamsa, but nothing like this, I'd be scared if I saw this big wall o'dirt coming at me. 
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Tumbleweed of the beach and the olive of the sea [Apr. 4th, 2008|07:58 pm]
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Meet Posidonia oceanica, a true marine flowering plant. It is endemic to the Mediterranean Sea and is an important part of near shore ecosystems there. Our European LJ friends may recognize the little ball of dead leaves in the photos as a common scene on the Mediterranean beaches. Wave action rolls the dead sea grass (not really a grass, of course) leaves and other detritus into these forms that litter the beaches. Reminds me of a tribble.

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