Daniel Bodnar
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get the uterus one to punch and squeeze and throw as a stress ball during period time

PLUSH ORGANS--I want that little plush pancreas so much! I also want a real, functioning pancreas. Sigh ***UPDATE: My beautiful best friend got me a pancrease plushie for my birthday!

Trichomoniasis plush doll - the next giant microbe on my list of wants!

One of the most common sexually transmitted diseases among women, a relationship with Trichomonas can be hard to handle.

GIANT Microbes - Penicillin Plush

Meet the little blue fungus that could. This medical miracle is perfect for anyone who is under the weather Useful instruction tool for health professionals and

GIANT Microbes - MRSA Plush

Great training tool for infectious disease prevention Good reminder for hospital patients to exercise caut

One of my favourites are wood pigeons. They are docile and mate for life. Did you know they also drink through their beaks like straws? No other bird does that! (Only the pigeon family)

[FACTOID: One of my favorites are wood pigeons. They are docile and mate for life. Did you know they also drink through their beaks like straws? No other bird does that! (Only the pigeon family).

neutrophil attacking staph bacteria protecting the human mouth and killing microbes in the human body

neutrophil attacking staph bacteria protecting the human mouth and killing bad microbes in the human body. Or does this look like a fish saying, "Blaahh?

You can make life much easier for blackbirds by mulching your flower beds with leaf-litter, keeping your lawn mown, planting fruiting shrubs and trees (especially dense, thorny ones) and planting climbers against walls #homesfornature

You can make life much easier for blackbirds by mulching your flower beds with leaf-litter, keeping your lawn mown, planting fruiting shrubs and trees (especially dense, thorny ones) and planting climbers against walls

The Jackdaw. This bird is what inspired the name of Edward Kenway's ship in assassin's creed IV black flag. (That's why I put it on this board)

The ancient Greeks believed that the Jackdaw, being such a social bird, was easily trapped and caught by placing a dish of oil that the Jackdaw would fall into whilst looking at it’s own reflection.