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Śmieszne Wpadki oraz Wypadki 2016 Rok

Śmieszne Wpadki oraz Wypadki 2016 Rok

Growing Borax crystals is a fun science experiment that you can do easily and cheaply at home!

How to Grow Borax Crystals

Growing Borax crystals is a fun science experiment that you can do easily and cheaply at home! In this instructable, I'll teach you how to grow your own beautifully.

Adult Male Phidippus mystaceus Jumping Spider - Thomas Shahan

Adult Male Phidippus mystaceus Jumping Spider by Thomas Shahan

Researchers explain why a tropical worm’s twin jets of paralyzing slime are anything but sluggish. The velvet worm is a slow-moving, unassuming creature. With its soft body, probing antennae, and stubby legs, it looks like a slug on stilts as it creeps along damp logs in tropical climates. But it has a secret weapon. In the dark of night, when an unsuspecting cricket or termite crosses its path, the worm unleashes an instantaneous torrent of slime. Two fine jets of the gluey substance spray…

Researchers explain why a tropical worm’s twin jets of paralyzing slime are anything but sluggish. The velvet worm is a slow-moving, unassuming creature. With its soft body, probing antennae, and stubby legs, it looks like a slug on stilts as it creeps along damp logs in tropical climates. But it has a secret weapon. In the dark of night, when an unsuspecting cricket or termite crosses its path, the worm unleashes an instantaneous torrent of slime. Two fine jets of the gluey substance spray…

playing Possum --- 7 Absolutely Insane Animal Defense Mechanisms >>>> 1. The Lizard That Shoots Blood From Its Eyes 2. The Hairy Frog That Breaks Its Own Bones 3. The Newt That Turns Its Ribs Into Spikes 4. The Termites That Blow Themselves Up 5. The Hagfish That Slimes Its Enemies 6. The Sea Cucumber That Shoots Organs Out of Its Anus 7. The Opossum That Plays…Well, You Know

7 Absolutely Insane Animal Defense Mechanisms

March 17, 2015 | ScienceBlog.com The velvet worm is a slow-moving, unassuming creature. With its soft body, probing antennae, and stubby legs, it looks like a slug on stilts as …

March 17, 2015 | ScienceBlog.com The velvet worm is a slow-moving, unassuming creature. With its soft body, probing antennae, and stubby legs, it looks like a slug on stilts as …

Nonfiction Picture Book Wednesday - September New Releases — Kid Lit Frenzy

Nonfiction Picture Book Wednesday - September New Releases

J JOH. Presents the various types of defenses mechanisms used by animals, including the bone spikes of the African hairy frog, the deadly poison of the blue-spotted N. taracua termite, and the hammer-like punch of the peacock mantis shrimp.

Termitomyces

The mushroom Termitomyces reticulatus. Photographed in Namibia.

2014 Wildlife photographer of the Year

2014 Wildlife photographer of the Year

natural history museum announces wildlife photographer of the year ‘night of the deadly lights’ winner 2014 — invertebrates ary bassous, brazil

OK you guys, I think I've fallen in love with another kids activity. These crystal stars are awesome! Any activity where I get to make something beautiful from bright rainbow colours, and I'm totally on board!

How to Make Crystal Stars

Here is another Borax crystal tutorial. If you haven’t already created crystals with the kids then this is a fun version. You can even make them onto wands for a fairy style finish.

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