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Post #788:

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Picture in Oberursel

When two have found each other 💕

Species in this post:Common leopard geckoEublepharis macularius
Topic:➟ Geckos
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Post #787:

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Hello, where is the nectar?🥹 The dark arches (Apamea monoglypha) belongs to the family of owlet moths. It is a very common species in most parts of Europe and Central Asia. Its caterpillars like to nibble on the roots of grasses and the moth flies around all night, attracted by the sweet scent of flowers.🌸🌛 It orientates itself using natural light sources such as the moon, but artificial light sources interfere with its navigation, which is why it sometimes gets lost in homes.

Species in this post:Dark archesApamea monoglypha
Topic:➟ Insects
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Post #786:

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The European paper wasp (Polistes dominula) has a much calmer temperament than the common wasp. It has a wide range of hunting habits, including different insects and spiders. The European paper wasp is a social insect and absolutely worth learning more about its interesting behaviour. Originally native to Eurasia and North Africa, it has now spread to all continents, replacing native species there.

Species in this post:European paper waspPolistes dominula
Topic:➟ Insects
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Post #785:

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Loki is exploring the unknown. I refurbished the terrarium this year, using the old terrarium background. It's a new world! ✨️

Species in this post:Common leopard geckoEublepharis macularius
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Post #784:

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"Survival of the fittest" is often misunderstood. It was originally meant to imply that the most well-adapted species prevail, not necessarily the "fittest" species. This means that the success of certain traits is not solely dependent on the efficiency of those traits. Rather, it is a complex interplay of environmental conditions, competition, pests, and much more. The success of a trait can largely depend on luck, such as favorable conditions for its spread within a stable population or its extinction due to an event. The fragility of populations is evident in the many species currently facing extinction—evolutionary marvels that suddenly disappear. Traits may take millions of years to develop or may never emerge again. When applied to humans, this is an important realization as it undermines race theories and eugenicist ideologies. The sole basis of these dehumanizing ideologies is a perceived superiority easily refuted by evolutionary insights. There is no basis for considering any physical traits as inferior. However, there is a good reason why this argument is rarely heard: a discussion about the value of human life is incompatible with insights from ethical philosophy. Human dignity is inviolable, and every individual determines their own worth. A discussion about the value of human traits or peculiarities should not even be entertained, as such a discussion is inherently undignified. Unfortunately, there are increasingly societal concepts that garner support with antiquated and dehumanizing views. It is important to employ reason and humanity to oppose such developments.

Species in this post:HumanHomo sapiens
Topic:➟ Selfies
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Post #783:

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So tiny and beautiful! 🌸🥺
And pretty awesome! 😎🌸

The herb-Robert (Geranium robertianum) can align its leaves perfectly with the light and can even survive in cave entrances. When the sun is very strong, its own sun protection turns its leaves red. This little flower is very well adapted to rocky ground and finds the city the perfect habitat.

Both sexes are often found on one plant, which means it can pollinate itself. It has deeply hidden nectar for insects, as it is happy about any opportunity for fertilization.🌸🐝

The fruit can shoot its seeds up to six meters away, or cling to fur and clothing like a burr.

It is considered a lucky charm and was used as a medicinal plant from early on. So it is not only a beautiful sight, but also an impressive species with outstanding properties.

Species in this post:Herb-RobertGeranium robertianum
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Post #782:

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In a big garden, there was a tulip, looking beautiful and proud. She stood tall among the other flowers.

But one day, she saw the clouds floating in the sky and wished she could be there too.

So, she tried to reach the sky, growing taller every day. Finally, she reached the clouds, but the wind blew her back down.

Feeling sad and tired, the tulip realized she belonged on the ground. She learned to appreciate her beauty and enjoy life on earth, while still admiring the sky from below.

✨️🌷✨️

Species in this post:TulipTulipa species
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Post #780:

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🌸🌸🦥 The happy Easter sloth doesn't hide eggs but sniffs flowers and lazes around all day 🤗🌸🌸

Species in this post:Japanese cherryPrunus serrulata
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Post #779:

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I just want to look
👀 into your eyes
one more time 😶‍🌫️

Species in this post:HumanHomo sapiens
Topic:➟ Selfies
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