“Qaqortoq, Greenland, 2004” by Joel Tettamanti that’s part of his “Compass Points” exhibition on view at the MIT Museum:
Although his photographs are often unpeopled, the focus of his work is the human presence in the landscape and the people who are uplifted and sometimes defeated by the land they inhabit.
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3 Waterbears by *Banvivirie
Tardigrades are represented by more than 1000 different species, and here are just three. They are distinguished mainly by the shape of their pharynx and the shapes of their claws.
The central waterbear is the “standard”, most widely recognized tardigrade, and not many people are aware of the different forms that this creature can take.
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Andy J, Ph.D. in Biology (neurophysiology). Currently, a research scientist for the U.S. government in neurotoxicology – pesticides, VOCs and endocrine disruptors.
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