by Matthew Cobb
In Poland, Hili is hopeful:
A: Do you want to come inside?Hili: No, I’m watching butterflies.
Ja: Chcesz wejść do domu?
Hili: Nie, obserwuję motyle.
— caenhillcc (@caenhillcc) October 29, 2019
Our planet is so beautiful.pic.twitter.com/yUeyuB21Qm
— Alexander Verbeek 🌍 (@Alex_Verbeek) October 28, 2019
“Evolution doesn’t design, it tinkers” – François Jacob. https://t.co/eehSusYF2X
— Matthew Cobb (@matthewcobb) October 28, 2019
In a world where you can be anything you want, be a submarine commander, Terry.
📹: Imgur user iwasdoingfinelurking pic.twitter.com/xzWTLDmTYC
— Paul Bronks (@SlenderSherbet) October 28, 2019
After a weekend of fart tweets it's back to business this morning. But I will leave you with this:
In 1592 Henry Cotton was presented to the churchwardens for not coming to church. He "very unvreverently and contemptuously farted unto them and said 'present that to the court'".
— Laura Sangha (@_drsang) October 28, 2019
The fish-eating bat (Myotis vivesi) from the Gulf of California has exceptionally large feet, which it uses to catch fish & crustaceans. It is a vulnerable species.
(Photos: cristinamac75, Scott Trageser) pic.twitter.com/J6bh5Q7v6o
— EveryBat (@EveryBat) June 27, 2019