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Übung macht den Meister! Normalerweise anyways ;)
Übung macht den Meister! Normalerweise anyways ;)

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This is just stunning #hawaii   #wildlife   #canipleasetravelforlife  
Aerial shot of dolphins in Hawaii by Kelly Headrick: https://goo.gl/AloDUv #wildlife
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Wer haette gedacht - die Italiaener auch jetzt mit #bitcoinszocken  ?
@olliewronsky this is for you my dear :)

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Ach das alte gute Book of Ra Spielautomat :) Wer hats noch nicht sogar einmal gespielt? #bookofra   #lovegambling  

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Wer hats gepimped? LOL

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Wie schoen ist das denn! #pimpirimpaucha  
Blue Morpho Butterfly Swarm, Brazil.

Morpho peleides with wings closed, the blue morpho butterfly appears to have seven sets of eyes. As its common name implies, the blue morpho butterfly’s wings are bright blue, edged with black. The blue morpho is among the largest butterflies in the world, with wings spanning from five to eight inches. Their vivid, iridescent blue coloring is a result of the microscopic scales on the backs of their wings, which reflect light. The underside of the morpho’s wings, on the other hand, is a dull brown color with many eyespots, providing camouflage against predators such as birds and insects when its wings are closed. When the blue morpho flies, the contrasting bright blue and dull brown colors flash, making it look like the morpho is appearing and disappearing. The males’ wings are broader than those of the females and appear to be brighter in color. Blue morphos, like other butterflies, also have two clubbed antennas, two fore wings and two hind wings, six legs and three body segments -- the head, thorax and abdomen.
Habitat: Blue morphos live in the tropical forests of Latin America from Mexico to Colombia. Adults spend most of their time on the forest floor and in the lower shrubs and trees of the understory with their wings folded. However, when looking for mates, the blue morpho will fly through all layers of the forest. Humans most commonly see morphos in clearings and along streams where their bright blue wings are most visible. Pilots flying over rainforests have even encountered large groups of blue morphos above the treetops, warming themselves in the sun. The blue morpho’s entire lifespan lasts only 115 days, which means most of their time is spent eating and reproducing.

#wildlife #nature #naturelovers #beautiful #insects #bugs #interestingfacts #coolstuff #amazingphotos #awesome
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Well said (bow)

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And now a first big bank about to start accepting #bitcoins

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Has anyone been to Sri Lanka recently? #adventure  
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