Incredible Moleskine drawings by Kerby Rosanes
OH COME ON.
I love this season. Favorite of all time. I wish it was fall all the time!
Amazonian butterflies drink turtles’ tears in order to get sodium, researchers say.
Turtle tears are not the only source of such salts for butterflies; the insects also readily get the salt from animal urine, muddy river banks, puddles, sweaty clothes and sweating people, said Geoff Gallice, a graduate student of entomology at the Florida Museum of Natural History…
(read more and watch video: Live Science)
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