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  2. Amazing Photos! Thank you Jehovah for all Creatures Great and Small. 🐌 🐢 🐙 🐡 🐳 🐋 🐠 . Untitled“ by | Mitchell Pettigrew
  3. Supernova Survivor A supernova explosion marks the violent end of a massive star’s life. The death throes are tremendously energetic, with the supernova capable of outshining an entire galaxy. Some of these blasts are so brilliant that they have been spotted in our daytime skies. The wreckage left behind - a stellar debris field known as a supernova remnant (SNR) - glows brightly in the X-ray spectrum for thousands of years. These are truly cataclysmic events. What could possibly survive such devastation? Well, on rare occasions, a companion star can. Researchers are studying one such possible example in the Large Magellanic Cloud, some 160,000 light-years from Earth. Lying within an ionized field of hydrogen called DEM L241 is a supernova remnant. The Chandra X-ray Observatory has found an point-like X-ray source, probably the neutron star or black hole created when the star went supernova. This X-ray source is at the same location as a massive star in the SNR. The data suggests this is a binary pair, with the neutron star or black hole in orbit with a star much larger than our Sun. If confirmed, this would be only the third instance of such a binary pair found in a supernova remnant. Image caption: Chandra X-ray data (purple) shows the supernova remnant, while ground based telescopes were used to highlight the ionized hydrogen cloud (yellow and cyan). Optical data (white) from the Digitized Sky Survey shows the stars in this image, which is roughly 1,100 light-years across. -JF Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/F.Seward et al; Optical: NOAO/CTIO/MCELS, DSS Source:
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  4. Space the Frontier Beyond Our Imagination! What of the Future? The Hubble telescope promises greater revelations for the immediate future. One astronomer wrote: “With the Hubble Space Telescope, we’ll see the shapes of many galaxies around the vicinity of quasars [quasi-stellar radio sources, the most luminous objects in the universe].” As to understanding the origin of galaxies, Richard Ellis of the University of Cambridge, England, says: “We’re about to enter a very exciting time.” Human curiosity will continue to spur the search for knowledge of the universe, its beginnings, and its purpose. Such knowledge should awaken in our hearts reverence for the Creator of the vast universe, Jehovah God, who said: “Raise your eyes high up and see. Who has created these things? It is the One who is bringing forth the army of them even by number, all of whom he calls even by name. Due to the abundance of dynamic energy, he also being vigorous in power, not one of them is missing.”—Isaiah 40:26; Psalm 147:4. JW.Org
  5. Someday we will see many things we have never seen in the oceans miles deep down . Beautiful- almost translucent- Coral colored Sea (Species Phyllodesmium poindimiei) Slug 🐌
  6. The Rainbow Tree As the outer layer of the rainbow eucalyptus tree’s bark peels away, the bright green layer underneath begins to show. Over time, it fades to a darker green, and then to blue, purple, pink, orange, red, maroon, and back to brown. When it reaches that point, it will peel again and start the process anew. Since different layers peel at different times on different parts of the tree, the result is a tree trunk and branches that look like they’ve been painted with hundreds of brushstrokes. The rainbow eucalyptus is native to the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, and Indonesia, and is grown in other tropical environments that are similarly mild and humid. Unfortunately, it cannot survive hot and dry weather or frosty conditions, and can only be grown in specific regions near the equator that will sustain this type of tree. It is commonly planted in parks and gardens in countries that can grow it. This natural beauty can also be found lining the Hana highway in Maui, Hawaii, and in swampy areas of Africa, Thank you Jehovah God for your creation and the beauty we can behold!
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  7. Luke 23:43. Soon 🌈🐂🦒🦍🐑🦏🦘🐳🐘🌈 675E3982-E461-4B2A-815E-E11D397EF507.MOV
  8. Rock Hyraxes spend a lot of time sun-bathing. The rock hyrax spends about 95 percent of its time resting. This can involve heaping, in which animals pile on top of each other inside a den, or basking in the sun. Both behaviors are compensations for the hyrax’s poorly developed thermoregulation. They tend to stay in their burrows until the sun is high in the morning and may not leave their dens at all on cold, rainy days. Thank you Jehovah for these Creatures.
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  9. Imagine the size of the now extinct Aurochs? The power behind such animals! A great symbol used to represent Jehovah's awesome power. Aurochs Not to be confused with European bison. The aurochs (/ˈɔːrɒks/ or /ˈaʊrɒks/; pl. aurochs, or rarely aurochsen, aurochses), also known as urus or ure(Bos primigenius), is an extinct species of large wild cattle that inhabited Europe, Asia, and North Africa. It is the ancestor of domestic cattle; it has also been suggested as an ancestor genetically to the modern European bison, which have been crossbred with steppe bison.[2] The species survived in Europe until 1627, when the last recorded aurochs died in the Jaktorów Forest, Poland.
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  10. Tacca chantrieri, the black bat flower, is a species of flowering plant in the yam family Dioscoreaceae. Tacca chantrieri is an unusual plant in that it has black flowers. These flowers are somewhat bat-shaped, are up to 12 inches across, and have long ‘whiskers’ that can grow up to 28 inches. Tacca chantrierei is native to tropical regions of Southeast Asia including Thailand, Malaysia, and southern China: particularly Yunnan Province. They are understory plants, so they prefer shade (at least 60%). They grow best in well-drained soil with good air circulation, but they prefer high humidity, and need a lot of water. They are hardy to USDA zones 11, above 4.5 °C (40 °F). Wow, Jehovah God even its face look like a like a bat! Your Creations are wonderful! The praise and honor goes to you alone! 🦇🦇🌱🦇🦇
  11. The Atlas moth defends itself by imitating a snake’s appearance and behavior. Along with its convincing wing patterns, the moth will fall to the ground when threatened and flap around to look like a writhing snake. Amazing protection from a all-wise loving Creator, Jehovah God! 🦋🐛🦋🐛🦋
  12. How Strange you say? Our Creator knows! Keep Smiling! He Loves your Smile too! 🐙 These cute Salamanders known as Axolotl are of great interest to science because it can regenerate limbs and parts it's own brain. Wish I could do that! IUCN Red List Status: Critically Endangered Photo/Caption by @timflachphotography #axolotl #salamander #amphibian #endangered #timflach #photography #wildlife #canon #macro #cute #pokemon #wooper #planet #DiscoverOcean
  13. A monkey with a mustache? From the leopard cory to the emperor tamarin (pictured) check out these creatures that sport mustaches:
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    (Photo courtesy Thomas Kienzle, , DAPD/AP) Thank you Jehovah for these monkeys 🐒
  14. Just a Beauty to Share! - It is just a Moth? - Don't step on this Beauty! Comet Moth or Madagascar Moon Moth - stunning creature!
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    COMET MOTH or MADAGASCAR MOON MOTH (Argema mittrei) ©Roeselien Raimond The Comet moth or Madagascan moon moth is an African moth, native to the rain forests of Madagascar. The male has a wingspan of twenty centimeters and a tail span of fifteen centimeters, making it one of the world’s largest silk moths. The female lays from 120-170 eggs, and after hatching the larvae feed on Eugenia and Weinmannia leaves for approximately two months before pupating. The cocoon has numerous holes to keep the pupa from drowning in the daily rains of its natural habitat. The adult moth cannot feed and only lives for 4 to 5 days. Although endangered in the wild due to habitat loss, the Comet moth is being successfully bred in captivity. Fact Source:
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    Thank you Jehovah for this beauty! 🦋
  15. Shout out loud! You might be answered back!. 🔈 🥇🥇🥇 🔊IS THAT A GROUNDHOG ANNOUNCING SPRING?? Chuckle . . . . #Repost @albertini.luigi ・・・ Super hit 😂😂😂😂 727276F0-2F59-4142-BC52-C6D95A1A1625.MP4
  16. Thank you Jehovah for your Creation of Birds 🦢 🦅 🦢 Amazing Beauty and Music! . . . #Repost @albertini.luigi ・・・ 😘😘😘😍 18D2D539-DDDA-4278-85CF-A9397F559A32.MP4
  17. Trees 🌲 🌳 🌲 🌳 🌲 have “roots” too! You have “roots”, never cut them. Be happy and rejoice, just show love no matter what. Anger hurts you, not them! FACT! 🌲🌳🖼🌳🌲 Study Says Trees Have Feelings, Like To Cuddle And Look After Each Other Like An Old Couple According to scientific evidence, trees are way more intelligent than we have ever imagined. Some of the findings of the tree-whisperer Peter Wohlleben are the following: Peter is a German researcher who not only enjoys being surrounded by trees, but he has also devoted his life to studying them. He is also a fosterer, author and tree expert and he has created the documentary titled Intelligent Trees, along with Suzanne Simard, who is an ecologist from the University of British Columbia. You can watch the trailer below in order to get a glimpse of it. Not only that, but trees are also believed to have something which is similar to what we would call a heartbeat. Dr. András Zlinszkyat Aarhus University, Denmark, used a laser scanning technique in order to measure the precise location of branches and leaves of 22 tree and shrub species. In 2015, he published observations of substantial unexpected movement cycles. Science has also found that some trees raise and lower their branches several times in the course of one night, indicating a cycle of water and sugar transportation, like their own version of a heartbeat. In one statement, Zlinszky explained: During the night period, some trees lower their branches by up to 10 centimeters (4 inches) prior raising them again with the Sun. This is such a slow and subtle processso that until recently it has been though that just a few families do it, now it has been learned that it is more widespread. Most distinctively, a magnolia (Magnolia Grandiflora) goes through three full cycles of adjusting its branches, in that way indicating the changing of the water pressure and therefore pumping during the night. Watch the beautiful trailer HERE.
  18. CAMELS 🐪 🐫🐪🐫🐪🐫 Camels What Do You Know? < Alone in the Desert? Although folklore has it that the camel stores water in its hump, this is not the case. It is generally thought that the camel can get along without water for a prolonged period because of its ability to retain much of the water that it drinks. A contributory factor is the design of the nose, which enables the animal to extract water vapor when exhaling. The camel can tolerate a loss of water of 25 percent of its weight, in contrast to 12 percent for humans. It does not lose moisture by perspiration as rapidly as do other creatures, because its body temperature can vary 6° C. (11° F.) without marked effects. Its blood is unique in that loss of fluid is minimal even when water is in short supply for several days. It can also replace lost body weight by drinking as much as 135 L (35 gal) in ten minutes. Some camels are known to have traveled at amazing speeds. At 1 Samuel 30:17, an allusion to swift camels may be noted. It was only the 400 young men that rode camels who escaped when David struck down the Amalekite raiders. Early morning a few hundred miles into the first west-east crossing of the Taklamakan Desert in Xinjiang, Western China. This is one of the Bactrian 🐫 that helped carry supplies on the 700+ mile, 42 day trek. Photo: @mikelibecki Jehovah God is an Awesome Creator, Agree?
  19. The Wood Frog is amazing! Does not freeze! Believe it or not.... An Amazing Animal Cryobiology is the study of biological material that is at below normal temperatures. One example of this material is the body of the wood frog in winter. This amazing animal survives months of hibernation with much of its body frozen and without a beating heart. In most other animals, when the heart stops beating the animal is dead. This is not true for wood frogs, however. Despite the almost complete shut-down of their bodies, the frogs aren't harmed by freezing and become active again when the warmer temperatures of spring arrive. The wood frog is a fascinating organism to study in its own right. In addition, the adaptations that enable it to survive freezing may be helpful in understanding and perhaps even in dealing with human medical problems. These problems include the safe freezing and thawing of organs for cryopreservation and transplants, a high glucose level in the body, and the safe resumption of blood flow after a heart attack or stroke. The Wood Frog The word frog has two scientific names—Lithobates sylvaticus and Rana sylvatica. It's a small animal that is around 1.4 to 3.25 inches in length. The frog is brown, orange-red, or tan in colour. It has a dark line in front of each eye and a dark blotch behind it. There may be dark, horizontal bars across the hind legs, a dark patch on the upper inside corner of each leg, and dark patches or speckles on other parts of the body. The animal's range covers the majority of Canada and extends into Alaska and down into the northeastern United States. Wood frogs are also found in a small area in the central United States. The animals live mainly in woods, as their name suggests, but they also inhabit grasslands and the tundra. The adults eat insects and other small invertebrates. The tadpoles eat only plants. The male's call is notable because it resembles a duck's quack.
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  20. Amazing Facts about Ladybugs 🐞 Can there be a more adorable beetle than a lady bug? This is one bug that you wouldn’t mind crawling on the palm of your hand. These bugs or should we say beetles, are scientifically called Coccinellidae and belong to the family of beetles. In North America they are known as ladybugs and in U.K. they are called ladybirds (because they can fly like birds). But the common names preferred by the entomologists are lady beetles or ladybird beetles. Other uncommon names for these bugs are lady fly, God’s cow, ladyclock and lady cow  Their size ranges from 1mm to 10mm and there are over 5000 species of this insect out of which 450 are native to North America alone. Here are some interesting facts regarding these cute friendly beetles: 1. Most beetles use their mouths to suck their food, but this situation does not hold true for the ladybugs. There are tiny pincers located inside the mouth of ladybugs with which they chew their food. 2. These beetles are considered sacred since ancient times as there is a myth associated to its sacredness. It is believed that once in the medieval times, in Europe the crops were infected by pests, the peasants of that time prayed to the Virgin Mary. Their prayers were answered and ladybugs were sent in to destroy those pests. The bugs ate all the pests and the crops began to flourish again. Since that time these bugs were called lady beetles. It is also believed that the red color represents the cloak of the virgin Marry and the black spots represent her sorrows. 3. As a defense mechanism, lady bugs protect themselves from predators by releasing a toxic fluid, hemolymph. The fluid is yellowish in color and is toxic in nature, and it is released from the joints of the legs. This foul smelling toxic repels their predators from eating them. Their larva also releases alkaloids from their abdomen. 4. Also the vibrant red color of these insects indicates their toxicity. Scientists believe that the color is used to repel small birds and other predators that keep away from foods that are in red and black colors. This technique is also known as aposematia. The black spots on their bodies are also used to scare off its predators. 5. Ladybugs usually eat small and soft bodied insects that are found in forests, farms and households. As previously mentioned they serve as potential predators for pests and can protect the farms from being invaded by these pests. Even today some peasants like to keep them in their farms and feed them, as they acknowledge their benefits. On average, almost 50 aphids are eaten by these beetles every day. 6. Another unbelievable fact about ladybugs is that their larvae resembles small alligators, having spiky bodies, small stomach and legs protruding from the sides. The larvae take a month to grow into a teenage bug, and during this one month time it consumes as much aphid as an adult ladybug, i.e. up to 400 aphids in 2 to 3 weeks. 7. We know that you wouldn’t try to eat one, but still for your information the larvae eggs of ladybugs are rich in proteins and highly nutritious. When a ladybird lays eggs there are a large number of fertilized and unfertilized eggs. The fertilized eggs mature and the unfertilized eggs serve as food for the larvaes. 8. Just like cold blooded animals, ladybugs hibernate in winters and only prosper in warm temperature. As the temperature gradually falls, ladybirds hide themselves under the leaves and barks of the trees. You may find thousands of these insects at one hiding place. 9. Though the bugs are harmless, but in warm season their population increases to such an extent that you can actually scoop them up and fill buckets with them. One of the bug invasions took place in the year 1976, in Somerset and Norfolk. People reported to find moving carpets of these tiny bugs, covering the entire area. Their mating season lasts from May till June and during that period a single bug can lay up to 2000 eggs. 10. So what do these bugs do when there isn’t enough food? They cannibalize, yes it is true when the food gets scares the only way for their survival is to become cannibal. The sick and old bugs are eaten up by the healthy ones; also the newly turned bugs from the larvae have soft outer shells so they are eaten up by the mature ones. The situation gets quiet chaotic. 11. When the lady bugs fly, they beat their wings 5100 times in a minute that is almost 85 beats in a second. 12. Some people believe that they can determine the age of the lady bug by counting its spots, but that’s not true. The spots have nothing to do with their age. However, you can determine its species by the number of spots, e.g. the seven-spotted lady beetle will have 7 spots on its body. 13. Besides the usual red and black color lady bugs are also found in yellow, brown and pink colors. Apart from these ladybird facts you can start your own ladybug rearing farm to make sure that you always have enough ladybugs for your garden. There are ladybug farming kits that you can buy at some lawn and garden stores who sell ladybugs during the spring and summer seasons, or you can order a ladybug farm online any time of the year. 🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞🐞 A Amazing Creation by Jehovah God!
  21. Harmony of the Universe - a Design of Our Creator, Jehovah God The director. A melody of David. "The heavens are declaring the glory of God; The skies above proclaim the work of his hands." Psalm 19:1 Jehovah God is both the Source of understanding and the Supreme Example of its use. The splendid coordination and functioning of the universe, in which each creation serves a particular and harmonious purpose, with no clashes or problems resulting from a lack of discernment on their Creator’s part, manifest God’s understanding. (Job 38:36; Ps 136:5-9; Pr 3:19, 20; Jer 10:12, 13) Does that not warm your heart, Your Heavenly Father is harmonious in his acts and Loves us all dearly? The Bible says that God knows each one of the many billions of stars by name. (Isaiah 40:26) How much more so must he care about humans who worship him! The apostle Paul wrote that “Jehovah knows those who belong to him.” (2 Timothy 2:19) This implies more than simply memorizing names. God has intimate knowledge of his worshipers. We, in turn, should know God by name and acquire intimate knowledge of his qualities. JW.Org
  22. Beautiful Iguanas 🦎 Created by Jehovah God! Amazing! Photograph by @thomaspeschak This is a marine iguana, but I think they should be called ‘Ocean Godzilla’ instead. These are our planet’s only lizards that feed in the ocean and despite their fierce, dragon like appearance they are very sensitive to climate change. They rely exclusively on cold water seaweeds for nourishment which die off quickly as the water becomes too warm. Thank you Jehovah for these iguanas 🦎
  23. I remember another funny photo from this special Creature, haha I will try find it !
  24. Wallcreeper Thank you Jehovah! Amazing Birds 🦅 photo by Jean Luc Ronné on 50

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