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1 天前
An aphid giving birth on a wheat plant 🌾

Aphids are soft-bodied small #insects that feed on plant sap. https://t.co/3dgsL8tOpg

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2 天前
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2 天前
RT @Discovery: The "Super Guppy" is one of the most unique aircrafts ever built 🛩️🤯

With a cargo area that is 25 feet in diameter and 111 feet long, it was designed to carry items that are virtually impossible to fit inside other cargo vessels.

🗺️ #MysteriesOfTheAbandoned
🗓️ 8p ET https://t.co/TIUKeUmChK

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3 天前
You're looking at a #moonbow - a rare nighttime rainbow🌈

This phenomenon occurs at night when light from the Moon illuminates falling water drops in the atmosphere.

#Science
#Facts https://t.co/FonX3PIxwa

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4 天前
Have you ever wondered what happens when nature and engineering meet? 🤯

Watch as engineer Kaemen Lafleur (IG: kaemen.the.creator) and Evelyn Smith (IG: evelyns_monique) demonstrate how a homemade Hydroelectric Turbine produces electricity with water. 🌊

#DiscoveryCollab
https://t.co/WkGlpllRrA

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4 天前
RT @curiositydotcom: Can emotional connections affect your physical health? 🤔 

Researchers have found that whether these connections happen online or IRL, they are positive for your overall health.

Nate and @Calbits are getting into it in today’s episode of #CuriosityDaily: https://t.co/6mTGfufrcd

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4 天前
Take an up close look at one of our Earth's most important organisms - #algae!

Algae are the base of the marine food chain. A single drop of ocean water contains thousands of microscopic algae 🔎

In fact, there are more algae in the oceans than stars in the Universe. https://t.co/TpIdXrqJ3x

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5 天前
The Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis was opened in 1964, and became known as “The Entertainment Capitol of the Mid-South” - hosting sports events and performers from Elvis to the Beatles 🎙️

Now, it faces the wrecking ball 💥

Learn why with #MysteriesOfTheAbandoned at 9p ET. https://t.co/vYuIWvu7E6

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5 天前
RT @Discovery: Video by Samantha Reid (IG: samanthalreid)

Lake Louise is located in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada.

Each winter, if we're really lucky there's a chance that Lake Louise will freeze over - creating one of the most beautiful skating rinks you will ever see! ❄️ https://t.co/VXDwTUTbTp

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5 天前
#FunFact: Only one letter is missing from the 118 elements in the Periodic Table - the letter J 🧪 https://t.co/zOShgTg04x

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6 天前
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6 天前
Kish City in Iraq dates back 5000 years! 🤯

Today, the ancient ruins have been covered by sand dunes and mounds - and scientists are digging into important remains that exist today.

Learn more with #Unearthed starting now on Discovery. https://t.co/T0WpY1slPH

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7 天前
Yep, those are skeletons ☠️

As excavators dig below the surface of Iraq's ancient city of Kish, remnants of civilization lie at every corner.

🔎 #Unearthed
🗓️ 10p ET https://t.co/GL03HCDDo1

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7 天前
📍 Kish, Iraq

The ancient metropolis of Kish was integral to the technology - and of modern-day irrigation.

🗺️ #Unearthed
🗓️ 10p ET https://t.co/pGns91KST9

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7 天前
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8 天前
An emerald trea boa 🐍

This a non-venomous boa species that lives on a carnivorous diet of small mammals like rodents.

Image Credit: @GeorgiaAquarium https://t.co/jCljJ4jxrh

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9 天前
Image by Karen Tweedy-Holmes

Recognize this little guy?

Naked mole #rats can live for up to 30 years, making them the longest-living rodents. https://t.co/PlgyLDJPrY

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11 天前
Sure, it tastes good, but did you know this fact about🧀?

Eating #cheese at the end of a meal can help neutralize the acids in your mouth and reduce the chance of tooth decay.

#Science
#Facts https://t.co/RsBoYMk3MX

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