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a tiger, orangutan, mexican wolf, and more. The post these skulls reveal the souls of their species (all of which are endangered) appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Lacoste has swapped its distinctive crocodile logo for one of 10 threatened animal species on a series of limited-edition polo shirts designed to bring attention to the global state of biodiversity. Read more
lacoste has created and already SOLD OUT a limited collection of white polo shirts, which, instead of the iconic crocodile logo, shows 10 endangered species.The post lacoste changes its logo in aid of 10 endangered species appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
While it might seem like we've got the animal kingdom pretty well cataloged, new species are constantly turning up in the deep oceans, thick jungles, or even dusty museum store rooms. Here's our favorite new additions to the Tree of Life in 2017, as well as a couple of "Lazarus" creatures that were believed extinct but rediscovered this year...Continue Reading Creatures great and small: New s
Between fluffy early birds, the largest land animals to ever walk the Earth and beachball-sized toads that ate baby dinosaurs, the ancient world was full of strange creatures. Now, palaeontologists have uncovered a bizarre new species of dinosaur that seems to blend together a swan, a penguin, a crocodile and a Velociraptor...Continue Reading Bizarre new dinosaur species blends swan, penguin,
Humans have pretty much traipsed over all the dry parts of the planet, but the vast oceans still hide plenty of secrets from us landlubbers. Deep-sea expeditions have recently discovered eerie "faceless" fish and hairy-chested "Hoff" crabs, nicknamed after a certain Baywatch star. And now, an ongoing study has identified a new species, the Mariana snailfish, which appears to be the deepest-dw
photographer tim flach’s latest book 'endangered' offers a powerful visual record of threatened animals and ecosystems facing extinction.The post photographer tim flach captures the faces of endangered species appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
An international team of scientists has identified a new species of orangutan, living in an isolated part of North Sumatra. Dubbed Pongo Tapanuliensis, the population was discovered 20 years ago, but it's only after comprehensive studies of the animals' genomes and skull morphology that scientists were able to confirm it as a distinct species. And unfortunately, it's already critically endang
Nowadays lions, leopards and cheetahs may be the dominant carnivores of Lesotho, Africa, but they've all been knocked down a few notches with the discovery of what might have been the largest predator to ever stalk the continent. Palaeontologists have found the first evidence of a previously unknown mega-carnivore dinosaur that lived much earlier than others of its size...Continue Reading New
By IR reader René Theuillon I have always admired the wonderful images published in IR's Photo of the Day contest, especially the awesome bird photographs shot by very talented artists like Linn Smith, Debra S. Dorothy, Karen Celella and many others. It gave me the foolish idea to try and copy them! Unfortunately I could not find any woodstorks in my neighborhood, and being far from ha is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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