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Legend brings his saxophone to the club
https://v.redd.it/qfjik3odx6961
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🏎 A Cheetah using its tail to damper momentum, allowing it to turn faster as it chases an impala.
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🏎 A Cheetah using its tail to damper momentum, allowing it to turn faster as it chases an impala.
https://i.imgur.com/mIg4KKn.gifv
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🤦🏼‍♂️ When timing a jump off, don't do this...
https://v.redd.it/n5ofeg2qppu51
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🏚 Hornets construct their homes from saliva and wood pulp they chew and fashion into a nest. The insects build these paper-like structures in areas that have plenty of shade and protection from the elements. A typical hornet nest consists of hexagonal combs, an outer covering, and a single entrance.
https://i.imgur.com/X3o0ojG.gifv
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Add your concerns now to biking and walking anywhere along Caltrans routes.
https://survey.catplan.org/Survey?sid=5
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‘Make better choices’: Endangered Hawaiian monk seals keep getting eels stuck up their noses and scientists want them to stop
https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2018/12/07/make-better-choices-endangered-hawaiian-monk-seals-keep-getting-eels-stuck-up-their-noses-scientists-want-them-stop/
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1 rule for fighting in Hawaii: don’t fight in Hawaii, they live for that shit It's the truth!
https://v.redd.it/0b3fvfrpa9k61
bites taken out of a porpoise from a cookie-cutter shark

My buddy Mike was the first documented human to get bitten on an inter island swim. He's a savage and so is that little bastard of a shark.

"These animals kill humans faster than any other venomous animal we know," Dr Seymour said of the Box Jellyfish. Pictured is the leg of a 10 year old Australian girl who luckily survived.

Sounds like a worst case scenario. Those tentacles can be 8' long. I'm glad your buddy was there to get you to the beach. Still have any scaring? I'm guessing you have completely healed since you were so young.

"These animals kill humans faster than any other venomous animal we know," Dr Seymour said of the Box Jellyfish. Pictured is the leg of a 10 year old Australian girl who luckily survived.

Heavy, I've had a couple get wrapped up in my leash and still have scars on my ankles. Did it sting you close to your brain or heart? I'd imagine that would be debilitating.

"These animals kill humans faster than any other venomous animal we know," Dr Seymour said of the Box Jellyfish. Pictured is the leg of a 10 year old Australian girl who luckily survived.
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"These animals kill humans faster than any other venomous animal we know," Dr Seymour said of the Box Jellyfish. Pictured is the leg of a 10 year old Australian girl who luckily survived. Animal Fact
https://i.redd.it/xgcssnva52k61.jpg
A Komodo Dragon's bite effecting muscle tissue

I believe they recently discovered a venom is the culprit along with the infection.

A Komodo Dragon's bite effecting muscle tissue

I believe they recently discovered a venom although it was assumed to be infection for a long time.

A Komodo Dragon's bite effecting muscle tissue

Thanks missed that one.

A Komodo Dragon's bite effecting muscle tissue

Oops that's embarrassing, thanks for pointing it out though.

Airplane parts rain down towards families after United flight #328 engine failure

Parts flying out of the sky: "Can you grab Josey?" "Why?" 🤦🏻‍♂️

Airplane parts rain down towards families after United flight #328 engine failure

Defiantly not looking forward to flying cars after this.

For those who saw my resto project, it’s finally done.
by u/floatjoy 5'9" Rocket Nine.,¸¸,ø¤º° in r/surfing 1 week ago

Well done!

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A Komodo Dragon's bite effecting muscle tissue
https://gfycat.com/ficklesofthalibut
A life saving land mine detonator that resembles a giant tumbleweed powered by the wind ⁕

Thanks for sharing that story man.

A life saving land mine detonator that resembles a giant tumbleweed powered by the wind ⁕

You made my night with that one!

A life saving land mine detonator that resembles a giant tumbleweed powered by the wind ⁕

I dare you to go film it in action bro, GL.

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This high tech turtle egg is able track illegal poachers that sell to restaurants and private buyers.
https://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode/e-eggs-track-turtle-traffickers/
A life saving land mine detonator that resembles a giant tumbleweed powered by the wind ⁕

Heavy, I'm sure yours is the most common way to find them these days. There is a cool program in Africa where they have trained rats to smell the charges in the mines and signal to their handlers. Yet I'm sure the stick and bravery method is still 90% of the battle. Even IED discovery is old fashioned like that from what I have seen.