Géza Csire

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Stargazer Fish - These bizarre-looking fish get their name from their top-aligned eyes and mouth. They hide in the sand or mud and wait to pounce on prey. They have electric eyeballs which can deliver a shock of up to 50 volts and poisonous spines.

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Steve McCurry - boy in mid-flight Jodhpur, India Amazing colours in this photo the blue wall, the light brownish wall and the red paint hand prints are really capturing. The boy running through the narrow gaps between the buildings in the blue city.

Photo in Inceptionism: Going deeper into Neural Networks - Google Photos

Inceptionism: Going Deeper into Neural Networks. Discoveries like these about such fundamental, visceral concepts as vision and cognition are awe-inspiring.

Photo in Inceptionism: Going deeper into Neural Networks - Google Photos

Just some kind of poorly drawn squirrel, right? Maybe a spread from an old suburbia-themed National Geographic that went.

50 best photos from The Natural World - Photos - The Big Picture - Boston.com

You can´t see us! Two three month old crowned lemurs in Mulhouse Zoo, France / Sebastien Bozon

Biology’s Most Stunning and Strange Images of the Year — Vantage — Medium

Light micrograph of a tiny parasitoid wasp (Wallaceaphytis kikiae) viewed from above. Parasitoid wasps lay their eggs inside other insects.Found in Borneo mm in length.by ANDREW POLASZEK

https://flic.kr/p/rGWUia | NASA's Terra Satellite Sees Shadows of Solar Eclipse | During the morning of March 20, 2015, a total solar eclipse was visible from parts of Europe, and  a partial solar eclipse from northern Africa and northern Asia. NASA's Terra satellite passed over the Arctic Ocean on March 20 at 10:45 UTC (6:45 a.m. EDT) and captured the eclipse's shadow over the clouds in the Arctic Ocean.  Credit: NASA Goddard MODIS Rapid Response Team  <b><a…

NASA's Terra Satellite Sees Shadows of Solar Eclipse NASA's Terra satellite captured the March 2015 solar eclipse's shadow over clouds in the Arctic Ocean.