6 Commentswww.dailymail.co.ukScience & NaturePin ItThis African fruit is called Pollia condensata – sometimes called the marble berry. It’s found growing wild the forests of Ethiopia, Mozambique, Tanzania and other African countries
5 Commentswww.topinspired.comScience & NaturePin ItThis has been one of my favorite picture since I was in middle school!
8 Commentswww.toxel.comScience & NaturePin ItBeautiful photos of real snowflakes captured using macro lens by Russian photographer Andrey Osokin.
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8 Commentswww.proflowers.comScience & NaturePin ItGrowing your own flowers made easy. Check out this graph to determine the best time to plant your favorite blooms.
8 Commentsonline.wsj.comScience & NaturePin ItThis would be amazing! Renting a glass igloo in Finland to sleep under the northern lights
7 Commentswww.fromupnorth.comScience & NaturePin ItThis graceful arc traces an Atlas V rocket climbing through Thursday's early morning skies over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, USA. Snug inside the rocket's Centaur upper stage were NASA's twin Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP), now in separate orbits within planet Earth's Van Allen radiation belts.
8 Commentswww.buzzfeed.comScience & NaturePin Itomg this is so cute :') cute babyowl adorable wantone imdying toomuchcuteness
8 Commentswww.alittletipsy.comScience & NaturePin It'I know that my Redeemer Lives' - Easter Printable Great idea to print in color and frame.
7 Commentswww.oddee.comScience & NaturePin ItBaobab tree, native to Madagascar, mainland Africa and Australia. Also known as the Bottle Tree, not only do they look like bottles, but the trees typically store around 300 liters of water! No wonder why they often live over 500 years!
7 Commentswww.bt-images.netScience & NaturePin It~~Into the wildy dream ~ forest river, Zurich, Switzerland by Osvaldo Mirante~~
7 Commentswww.trekaroo.comScience & NaturePin ItGlass Beach, Kauai "beach was mainly full of sea glass, for beach-combing"
10 Commentswww.demortalz.comScience & NaturePin ItBubo bubo, the Eurasian Eagle-owl, in a spectacular, photo: Robert Adamec. It is the sibling species to the Snowy Owl and is one of the largest owl species in the world. Because of its size and its strong flight patterns (which sometimes include soaring on thermals), from a distance it is easy to confuse with a hawk.
9 Commentswww.buzzfeed.comScience & NaturePin ItFirst Flight Taking that first leap of faith is the hardest thing to do. But you will never know if you can fly unless you try.