The starlit black leopard
Your daily dose of natural disaster and amazing phenomena for March 2, 2021
Photo of the day: A Starlit black leopard (by Will Burrard-Lucas)
It’s ancestors must have been visiting Hiroshima or Nagasaki back in 1945… Found in Japan in 1998 with 96 tentacles…
The eerie sound of jets:
A biblical locust plague is currently sweeping across Saudi Arabia…
Horseshoe crab blood harvesting… for vaccines of course… It’s blue!
The rarest naturally occuring element on Earth, astatine, is so rare that there is only 28 grams of it on Earth at any given time. It is difficult to study, as most of its isotopes have a half-life of 1 second or less. Its appearance is not known with certainty.
Now sit back and enjoy this dreamy rainbow obsidian!
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Thank you, Manuel