Die kleinen Momente des Glücks.
The puppy is only 4 months old, and one day my father found Emy playing with the butterfly. Only two minutes were recorded but the two played for more than an hour.
Phil Torres war in Mexiko, um herauszufinden, wie es klingt, wenn Millionen von Monarchfaltern zusammenkommen und ich denke das hat durchaus Samplepotenzial.
How many butterflies does it take to make a noise in the woods? A few million. Watch (and listen!) as these monarchs put on a show at their overwintering site in Mexico.
Teile eines Schmetterlings in ganz, ganz nahe. Hier die Fotos dazu.
„In the first chapter of Microworld Unseen, our main character is the pale grass blue (Pseudozizeeria maha) which is a common butterfly found in Asia. It is small and has a quite ordinary look. As a result, you probably have seen them flying around near wild flowers before, but very likely, you have paid little attention to them. Their ordinary look is the reason why we decided to take another good look at them with a SEM. One hidden feature revealed: the body of this little creature was covered with different kinds of scales everywhere you look.“
Da nimmt man sich Zeit und Mühe, um den Kindern anschaulich zu erklären, wie aus einer Raupe ein Schmetterling wird und hat den Familienhund so gar nicht auf dem Zettel. Der sich hingegen schon.
„This morning I’ve learned that the Otters See a Butterfly video is significantly improved by the addition of some Shostakovich.“
Recht hat er.
This morning I've learned that the Otters See a Butterfly video is significantly improved by the addition of some Shostakovich. pic.twitter.com/txyhxyM1Ju
— Tom Peck (@tompeck) July 30, 2017
Aufnahmen, wie man sie vermutlich nur einmal im Leben macht.
(via Boing Boing)
Habe ich so bisher auch noch nicht gesehen. Bei Tabletop Whale gibt es das Ding auch in groß. Das hätte ich damals so gerne als Karte in der Schule gehabt. Für alles.
I checked out six butterfly field guides from the library and picked out some of the species I thought were the most unique and beautiful.
It’s meant as a chart of decorative species illustrations rather than an educational infographic. So it doesn’t have as much information as my other posts, but I did draw everything as true to life as I could.
(via Like Cool)