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Comet moth, Argema mittrei, one of the most beautiful moths in the world. The Comet moth or Madagascan Moon Moth, is named after its long red 'tails'.

Fossil evidence indicates several other species of elephant bird, ranging from 3 ft (90 cm) to 10 ft (3 metres), had inhabited Madagascar, t...

Rare & Extinct Creatures - GIANT MOA Another flightless giant island-living bird was the New Zealand giant moa (Dinornis giganteus), a member of the ratite family. There were several species of moa, some taller than the elephant bird a

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The Weekly Screw and The Occasional Screw and The Daily Screw from The Virtual Corkscrew Museum

Visit The Sky Walk (Costa Rica ).  It is a well-thought-out combination of suspension bridges and walking trails through the Monteverde rainforest. These bridges span canyons and drainages, and bring visitors face to face with the upper level of the forest canopy.    There are six bridges in total, the longest of which spans some 984 ft (300 m). The trails extend for slightly over a mile and a half (2.5 km), making this tour extremely feasible for anyone in moderate shape.

One of the hanging bridges of the Sky walk at the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve in Monteverde, Costa Rica disappearing into the clouds

Madagascar Chameleon Taxidermy, Collectable Oddities

Madagascar Chameleon Taxidermy, Collectable Oddities

caughtinwanderlust:flowri:  My makeup geek eyeshadows came and holy FRICK  Omg ur magic

caughtinwanderlust: “flowri: “My makeup geek eyeshadows came and holy FRICK ” Omg ur magic ”

The Suraka Silk Moth & Madagascar Sunset Moth friendship set. | Day Dream Oddities

The Suraka Silk Moth & Madagascar Sunset Moth friendship set. | Day Dream Oddities

April: Bigger Is Better  In the Heavyweight Division…  This month we though we’d whip out some big minerals for those who like some poundage for their buck. In this heavyweight mineral bout we feature a large, classic pink tourmaline from Afghanistan and a monster feldspar oddity from Madagascar. Pala’s Bill Larson acquired this historic piece, which dates back to the mid-20th century, at last year’s Munich show.

In this corner, weighing in at lbs., an outstanding orthoclase feldspar single crystal from Itrongahi (aka Itrongay), Madagascar.

mulberry-cookies: Andrea Pompilio S/S 2016 (Details)

dilek-hanif: mulberry-cookies: Andrea Pompilio S/S 2016 (Details) Insta: GapToothBish

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