Teatime with Godzilla

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currentsinbiology:

Unlike Anything They Have Ever Seen Before (NYTimes)
Two species of deep-sea dwelling, mushroom-shaped organisms discovered off the coast of Southeast Australia defy all existing classifications of life, researchers from the University of Copenhagen say. The organisms, described in the journal PLOS One, are multicellular and nonsymmetrical, and live 400 to 1000 meters deep. They have been classified in an aptly named new genus, Dendrogramma enigmatica.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

currentsinbiology:

Unlike Anything They Have Ever Seen Before (NYTimes)

Two species of deep-sea dwelling, mushroom-shaped organisms discovered off the coast of Southeast Australia defy all existing classifications of life, researchers from the University of Copenhagen say. The organisms, described in the journal PLOS One, are multicellular and nonsymmetrical, and live 400 to 1000 meters deep. They have been classified in an aptly named new genus, Dendrogramma enigmatica.

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

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wig-hell:

akibahotnights:

Hayao Miyazaki and Hideaki Anno…..being bros….in the dunes…..

zooted on peyote and finding themselves in the desert

wig-hell:

akibahotnights:

Hayao Miyazaki and Hideaki Anno…..being bros….in the dunes…..

zooted on peyote and finding themselves in the desert

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fossilera:

A beautifully prepared example of a common trilobite from Morocco, Gerastos granulosus.  Check out the amazing surface detail that has been extracted from the limestone using air abrasives.  For sale at FossilEra.com

(via lostbeasts)

kaijusaurus:

A detailed look at the Gamera suit from Shinpei Hayashiya’s Gamera 4: Truth. Both Hayashiya and his film will be featured in the upcoming documentary Kaiju Gaiden, which you can be a part of here.

kaijusaurus:

A detailed look at the Gamera suit from Shinpei Hayashiya’s Gamera 4: Truth. Both Hayashiya and his film will be featured in the upcoming documentary Kaiju Gaiden, which you can be a part of here.

(via lj7stkok)