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Megatron and a few of his seekers.
Seekers, being mainly clones, it’s near impossible to collect all variants. We actually have a few more than we had when we took these pictures so expect an update soon:)
A different take on minimalist posters for the Star Wars saga.
Angawi house, Jeddah, Arabia Saudita
this is a house tho?!
I would never fucking leave.
" Thoses butterflies are half female, half male. It’s suffering from bilateral gynandromorphism, which is a rare genetic disorder that afflicts insects, arachnids, crustaceans and birds, and it could be caused when two sperm enter the egg. Humans are not at risk. "
Butterflies are among the most frequently noticed gynandromorphs, owing to the creatures’ oft-exaggerated sexual dimorphism – that is, male and female butterflies of the same species can differ greatly in both size and coloration.Since butterflies display their brightest colors on their wings, marked asymmetry in the color and patterning of the wing scales is easily noticed from a distance by both human observers and hungry predators. One wonders what other butterflies think… dogynandromorph butterflies attract males and females, repel either gender, or a little of both?Moths can be afflicted by gynandromorphism to the same degree as butterflies but being primarily night-active insects, coloration plays a lesser role in display and identification. That leaves size, which isn’t good news if you’re a gynandromorphic moth. These bizarre creatures can also be identified by their antennae: those of males are feathery, those of females are slender.
Poster 6 by Kaz Oomori
Poster 8 by Juan Martinez