Timber Timbre - Lonesome Hunter
In the mood of some mood
Vilnius, Lithuania, USSR, 1990.
[Credit : Peter Turnley]
Juan Gatti, Ciencia Naturales.
Paintings by Wolfgang Hutter
From the 1969 Austrian book Wolfgang Hutter Also see Wolfgang Hutter’s Magic Flute on 50 Watts Will 50 Watts
Variability of brain size and external topography.
Photographs and weights of the brains of different species. Primates: human (Homo sapiens, 1.176 kg), chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes, 273 g), baboon (Papio cynocephalus, 151 g), mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx, 123 g), macaque (Macaca tonkeana, 110 g). Carnivores: bear (Ursus arctos, 289 g), lion (Panthera leo, 165 g), cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus, 119 g), dog (Canis familiaris, 95 g), cat (Felis catus, 32 g). Artiodactyls: giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis, 700 g), kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros, 166 g), mouflon (Ovis musimon, 118 g), ibex (Capra pyrenaica, 115 g); peccary (Tayassu pecari, 41 g). Marsupials: wallaby (Protemnodon rufogrisea, 28 g). Lagomorphs: rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus, 5.2 g). Rodents: rat (Rattus rattus, 2.6 g), mouse (Mus musculus, 0.5 g). (via Frontiers)
What the hell is going on with that rabbit brain? Huge olfactory bulb on the left (as in the rat and mouse, big smellers) and an inverted cerebellum on the right hanging off like a couple “brain eyes”.
Brains brains brains, I love brains. And their pictures tooo
A comprehensive how to. Remember: no matter what technique you use, it’s important to stretch before applying a scarf.
Stanley Donwood, an artist who frequently lends his talents to the cover and poster art for Radiohead, has created a poster designed in support of Occupy Wall Street.
Photo credit: Taylor McKinnon Center for Biological Diversity
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