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abby-howard:

ANOTHER ANATOMY POST! Only three vertebrate groups have successfully evolved flight: Birds, Bats, and Pterosaurs, which are NOT dinosaurs, and are an extremely diverse group of reptiles! Pterodactyl is not the only one. However, birds ARE dinosaurs. Avian dinosaurs!
Wings are not some extra structure you tack on to a creature and somehow the arms go away— they ARE arms. Think about that when you are designing creatures with wings and also giving them arms. That means your creature has six limbs.
Next anatomy post: The anatomy and evolution of DRAGONS. If you guys have any requests, feel free to send them in! abby-howard:

ANOTHER ANATOMY POST! Only three vertebrate groups have successfully evolved flight: Birds, Bats, and Pterosaurs, which are NOT dinosaurs, and are an extremely diverse group of reptiles! Pterodactyl is not the only one. However, birds ARE dinosaurs. Avian dinosaurs!
Wings are not some extra structure you tack on to a creature and somehow the arms go away— they ARE arms. Think about that when you are designing creatures with wings and also giving them arms. That means your creature has six limbs.
Next anatomy post: The anatomy and evolution of DRAGONS. If you guys have any requests, feel free to send them in! abby-howard:

ANOTHER ANATOMY POST! Only three vertebrate groups have successfully evolved flight: Birds, Bats, and Pterosaurs, which are NOT dinosaurs, and are an extremely diverse group of reptiles! Pterodactyl is not the only one. However, birds ARE dinosaurs. Avian dinosaurs!
Wings are not some extra structure you tack on to a creature and somehow the arms go away— they ARE arms. Think about that when you are designing creatures with wings and also giving them arms. That means your creature has six limbs.
Next anatomy post: The anatomy and evolution of DRAGONS. If you guys have any requests, feel free to send them in!

abby-howard:

ANOTHER ANATOMY POST! Only three vertebrate groups have successfully evolved flight: Birds, Bats, and Pterosaurs, which are NOT dinosaurs, and are an extremely diverse group of reptiles! Pterodactyl is not the only one. However, birds ARE dinosaurs. Avian dinosaurs!

Wings are not some extra structure you tack on to a creature and somehow the arms go away— they ARE arms. Think about that when you are designing creatures with wings and also giving them arms. That means your creature has six limbs.

Next anatomy post: The anatomy and evolution of DRAGONS. If you guys have any requests, feel free to send them in!

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Norwegian Curves by: Mikhail Kozhevnikov
vurtual:

Desert Choreography (by Marsel van Oosten)We were heading back to the lodge when I suddenly saw this small herd of oryx running right in front of us on a giant sand dune.

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Desert Choreography (by Marsel van Oosten)

We were heading back to the lodge when I suddenly saw this small herd of oryx running right in front of us on a giant sand dune.

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The Milky Way from Holua Cave, Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii (by ahnate)

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photos by (click pic) andy rouse, michael nichols and w. perry conway. note the differnce in the colour of the sky inside and outside the rainbow, and the reverse order in colours of the double rainbows. (see also: archive of elephant posts)
nubbsgalore:

photos by (click pic) andy rouse, michael nichols and w. perry conway. note the differnce in the colour of the sky inside and outside the rainbow, and the reverse order in colours of the double rainbows. (see also: archive of elephant posts)
nubbsgalore:

photos by (click pic) andy rouse, michael nichols and w. perry conway. note the differnce in the colour of the sky inside and outside the rainbow, and the reverse order in colours of the double rainbows. (see also: archive of elephant posts)
nubbsgalore:

photos by (click pic) andy rouse, michael nichols and w. perry conway. note the differnce in the colour of the sky inside and outside the rainbow, and the reverse order in colours of the double rainbows. (see also: archive of elephant posts)
nubbsgalore:

photos by (click pic) andy rouse, michael nichols and w. perry conway. note the differnce in the colour of the sky inside and outside the rainbow, and the reverse order in colours of the double rainbows. (see also: archive of elephant posts)

nubbsgalore:

photos by (click pic) andy rouse, michael nichols and w. perry conway. note the differnce in the colour of the sky inside and outside the rainbow, and the reverse order in colours of the double rainbows. (see also: archive of elephant posts)

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