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Supercell thunderstorm over Nebraska.
Supercell thunderstorm over Nebraska

Attacus atlas - the largest moth in the world.
Attacus atlas the largest moth in the world

This baby hippopotamus survived the Tsunami waves of 2004 on the Kenyan coast only to form a strong bond with a giant male century-old tortoise in an animal Facility in the port city of Mombassa.
baby hippopotamus survived the Tsunami waves of 2004 on the Kenyan coast only to form a strong bond with a giant male century old tortoise

There are some extremely intelligent animals out there and some of the brightest ones might not be what you were expecting.
There are some extremely intelligent animals out there and some of the brightest ones might not be what you were expecting

Check out these amazing TREE CLIMBING goats.

Found in Morocco, they climb these Argan tree in search of food. It's hard to imagine that animals with hooves could be so adept at climbing but these images are 100% real. Food is fairly sparse in this area, so they have to grab it when they can - even if it's high up in a tree!

The secret to their ability to climb lies in the shape of their hooves. The keratin reinforced hoof wall adds strength, while the soft textured sole provides traction and grip. It's also capable of deforming inwards to counter irregularities in the terrain. Their toes are capable of operating independently giving them more of a "grip".

These hooves evolved to allow the goats to climb rocky, mountainous areas - but they've shifted ecosystems to the trees!
TREE CLIMBING goats

A gene that gives mice amazing healing abilities has been identified

A new study suggests dogs were domesticated from wolves 19k years ago

anetlope capable of jumping higher than the average house

this is why some people appear bright until they speak

unicorns are real

Water and bleach in bottle of cose was fitted on the roof it reflects and refracts sunlight and is equal to 55 watts

What would Mars look like covered in water

planet made of solid diamon

Snowflakes photographed under a Scanning Electron Microscope.
Snowflakes photographed under a Scanning Electron Microscope

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    *cough cough* NATURE *cough cough*

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    Great post dude, keep em coming!

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