Tag: rare

Jul 6, 2015

Picture of the Day: Pink-sect

Picture of the Day: Pink-sect

Seen here is a close-up of a rare pink Oblong-winged katydid (Amblycorypha oblongifolia).

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Jun 23, 2015

Rabbit Makes Harrowing Dash Across Avalanche and Survives!

Rabbit Makes Harrowing Dash Across Avalanche and Survives!

A film crew shooting a snowboard movie caught an incredible moment when they spotted a rabbit making a mad dash across an avalanche and safely making it to the other side.

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Jun 23, 2015

Scientists Want To Call This Unnamed Octopus Species ‘Adorabilis’

Scientists Want To Call This Unnamed Octopus Species ‘Adorabilis’

Scientists want to name this tiny octopus with big eyes and gelatinous skin, ‘Opisthoteuthis Adorabilis’, and we couldn’t agree more!

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May 31, 2015

Badass Pilot Buys His Own Fighter Jet

Badass Pilot Buys His Own Fighter Jet

Find out how this retired Lt. Col test pilot uses his passion for flight to help preserve military history with the maintenance and upkeep of the last three remaining Sea Harriers.

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May 22, 2015

Watch a Killer Whale Swim Right Underneath this Paddleboarder

Watch a Killer Whale Swim Right Underneath this Paddleboarder

An amazing video has emerged of an orca swimming underneath a paddleboarder off the coast of New Zealand on Monday. The once-in-a-lifetime footage, captured off Kuaotunu beach, shows the killer whale swimming right next to boarder Luke Reilly.

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May 16, 2015

Picture of the Day: Just a Turtle Riding a Crocodile

Picture of the Day: Just a Turtle Riding a Crocodile

Photograph by _iond_ on reddit “Run Shadowfax, show us the meaning of haste” – Gandalf Spotted at the Prague Zoo by reddit user _iond_, we see a triumphant turtle riding a crocodile, a Gharial to be exact. What a great capture. via _iond_ on reddit

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May 11, 2015

Old School Parkour from the 1930s

Old School Parkour from the 1930s

Watch these 1930s daredevils show off their parkour skills in this vintage clip!

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