Friday, June 27, 2008

Friday beautiful science



Today's Friday beautiful science comes from The Vector Site. They have a nice primer for young students on how evolution by natural selection works. One of the photos they show is of the leafy sea dragon. They look like kelp, but they're sea dragons. Look again?

I've seen these in tanks at an aquarium before, and they are truly stunning to behold. As much as I hate to admit it, Wikipedia has a pretty good description of them here.

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2 comments:

bruce hood said...

Gorgeous creatures.. wow..

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Bruce

inchirieri apartamente cluj said...

Incredible, when i first looked at your picture all i could see were some green curly leaves.. but actually they hide cute green little creatures underneath. Amazing fish indeed:)