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Hey Everybody! Check out my Chocolate Zebra "Plecos" (L-270) and don't forget to Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more to come!

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This pigeon was later found dead at the school. Yet, even then, it can provide lessons for the students. "“A Racing Homer Pigeon (Columbia livia) was found in our school on the afternoon on 3rd March 2017. Miss Amelia Huang noticed the bird standing by the stairwell leading to the auditorium.

“The legs of the pigeon were tagged. The sighting was reported to me and I took over the case and started conversation with ACRES over WhatsApp. ACRES suggested water and some cooked rice to be given to the stranded pigeon, which is capable of long distance flight and might have made a stopover at our school due to the periodic rain these days.
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“Sadly, this pigeon was found dead outside the Physics Lab (Level 4) this morning by Mdm Devi and some students.

“I contacted NUS researcher David Tan who works at the Evolutionary Biology Laboratory and studies bird carcasses here in Singapore. He suggested that I should put a mesh around the dead bird before burying it, so that after a few months of decomposing, I will be able to skeletonise the bird to show our students about bird osteology.
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Jacob Tan Guanrui
Senior Biology Teacher
Commonwealth Secondary School
Singapore
6th March 2017"

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This was a tiny flower/seed pod that I saw today. Those are dried pine needles near it. I think it is very cool looking.
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#CostaRica
Joining Dear Friend is your Paradise 🌹🌹👍🇨🇷🌴😎 

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Silvery Blue (Glaucopsyche lygdamus)

Like the Echo Azure (Celastrina echo) described in an earlier post, the Silvery Blue (Glaucopsyche lygdamus) butterfly is an enthusiastic puddler. Here it is lapping up nutrients from a wet patch after the recent rains at Arastradero park near Palo Alto. 
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Flock of pigeons, good night G+ world!😀
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Can you see me?. Moontail bullseye (Priacanthus hamrur). Pulau Mansuar - Raja Ampat (Indonesia)
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Hey Everybody! Check out my Cosmic Blue GloFish and be sure to Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more to come!

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#DidYouKnow that octopuses shed the top layer of skin off of their suckers multiple times per week? #OctoFacts #SuckerSunday
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