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victoriousvocabulary:

É [aka FĒI É]
[noun]
Chinese: 蛾 – moth, sometimes called fēi é (飞蛾, i.e. ‘flying’ moth); any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from butterflies by their nocturnal activity, hairlike or feathery antennae, stout bodies, and the frenulum that holds the front and back wings together. 
[Arik Roper]

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victoriousvocabulary:

É [aka FĒI É]

[noun]

Chinese: – moth, sometimes called fēi é (, i.e. ‘flying’ moth); any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from butterflies by their nocturnal activity, hairlike or feathery antennae, stout bodies, and the frenulum that holds the front and back wings together. 

[Arik Roper]

mineralists:

Azurite specimen

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mineralists:

Azurite specimen

damn-peasants:

Halloween in the 1900’s.

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damn-peasants:

Halloween in the 1900’s.

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zerostatereflex:

Water Experiment No. 33 Automata

What a beautiful work of craftsmanship.

By: Dean O’Callaghan

spectacularuniverse:

Ulnar dimelia (“mirror hand”) is a rare congenital anomaly of the upper extremity characterized by duplication of the ulna, absence of the radial ray, and polydactyly.

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spectacularuniverse:

Ulnar dimelia (“mirror hand”) is a rare congenital anomaly of the upper extremity characterized by duplication of the ulna, absence of the radial ray, and polydactyly.

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babylonsidhe:

Lyre
Date: 19th century Medium: human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair
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babylonsidhe:

Lyre

Date:
19th century
Medium:
human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair


(via The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Lyre)

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