August 19, 2014
thekhooll:

Croatia Emir Terovic

thekhooll:

Croatia 

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August 12, 2014
libutron:

Canal Zone Treefrog - Hypsiboas rufitelus
The Canal Zone Treefrog, Hypsiboas rufitelus (Hylidae), is an attractive frog with large, silvery-bronze eyes, which is distinguished from other similar species by the red webbing in hands and feet, and the presence of a sharp spine at the base of the thumb in males.
This is a neotropical species, occurring in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Alex Vargas | Locality: Costa Rica (2013)

libutron:

Canal Zone Treefrog - Hypsiboas rufitelus

The Canal Zone Treefrog, Hypsiboas rufitelus (Hylidae), is an attractive frog with large, silvery-bronze eyes, which is distinguished from other similar species by the red webbing in hands and feet, and the presence of a sharp spine at the base of the thumb in males.

This is a neotropical species, occurring in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Alex Vargas | Locality: Costa Rica (2013)

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July 18, 2014
archaicwonder:

Phrygian-Chalcidian bronze winged helmet, 4th century BCE

Such workmanship……4 centuries before Christ!

archaicwonder:

Phrygian-Chalcidian bronze winged helmet, 4th century BCE

Such workmanship……4 centuries before Christ!

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July 12, 2014

 

Louis B Mayer, founder of MGM movie studio.

(From Wikipedia): Born Lazar Meir, possibly on July 12, 1884, to a Jewish family in Minsk, Russian Empire.[1][4]  His father started a scrap metal business, J. Mayer & Son. In 1904, the 19-year-old Mayer left Saint John for Boston, where he continued for a time in the scrap metal business, married, and took a variety of odd jobs to support his family when his junk business lagged. Mayer renovated the Gem Theater, a rundown, 600 seat burlesque house in Haverhill, Massachusetts,[8] which he reopened on November 28, 1907 as the Orpheum, his first movie theater. 

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July 5, 2014
"Before you get too comfortable in your chair, consider this: 99% of species that have ever walked, slithered, flown, or swum on this Earth have gone extinct."

Are Humans Headed For Extermination By Robots? (via fastcompany)

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