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This really trips me out…


It’s a haboob we get them here in Phoenix every summer

I refuse to believe it’s called a haboob

It’s called a haboob. I’m from Phoenix.

haboobs are real guys

Why would you drive into it I would cry

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photos of dolphins and humans sharing some waves. like us, dolphins seem to take great pleasure in hitching a ride on a wave, which they will jump from just before it crashes into shore. the dolphins will then swim back into the open water to catch another wave, which they will ride back to shore at great speeds. the activity, it is believed, stems from coasting in their mothers’ slipstreams as young free riders. 

photos by (click pic) k.c. alfredshane smith, daniel munoz, john pauling, john dvorak, graham nixon and matt hutton

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Divide - taken and submitted by Kevin Corrado

Check out his work!

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Vampire (Squid) Diaries

Fear this? Maybe not. The vampire squid has a scary name but just eats dead stuff. With help from our colleagues at MBARI, we just added a huge, 12-inch “vamp” to our Tentacles exhibit!

The vampire squid (Vampyroteuthis infernalis) is an ancient animal that lives in deep tropical and temperate waters—like the Monterey submarine canyon. Despite its sinister appearance—and its name, which means “vampire squid from hell”—this animal is a scavenger. Look closely to see its thin feeding filament. This sticky tentacle catches “marine snow” that rains down from above: a mixture of poop, dead animal parts and mucus. 

Learn more about Tentacles

(Thanks to staffer Patrick Webster for the great photos)

Hi, I'm Tyler! I would love to be a part of your deckbuilding challenge! it would be my pleasure if i could!!!

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(continued) Sorry, i forgot to say i’ve been playing magic for 2 years

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GUYS! Vote for me! I totally didn’t give enough info in this, but I’m a pretty neat guy! Honest! Okay, maybe not, but I’m maybe interesting to watch play magic? I’ll play some quirky weird combo’s and probably lose but that’s okay because it’s all done for SCIENCE!

9pm / 7am / 9pm

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