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Bones, Food, and Life: Medical Building 2 3 5 I pass this every day and it always seems like someone caught in a lie. "Where do you work?'" oh the... medical... building.. "oh, what's the address?, 1.2..3..4.5.. "Jeez, what do you do there?" It's the... surgery.... center... Penguins are aquatic, flightless birds that are highly adapted to life in the water. Their distinct tuxedo-like appearance is called countershading, a form of camouflage that helps keep them safe in the water. Penguins do have wing-bones, though they are flipper-like and extremely suited to swimming. Penguins are found almost exclusively in the southern hemisphere, where they catch their food underwater and raise their young on land. In general, penguins closer to the equator eat more fish and penguins closer to Antarctica eat more squid and krill. Penguins can spend up to 75% of their lives in the water. They do all of their hunting in the water. Their prey can be found within 60 feet of the surface, so penguins have no need to swim in deep water. They catch prey in their beaks and swallow them whole as they swim. Some species only leave the water for molting and breeding. Mating Season: Varies depending on the species, though most breed during spring and summer. Incubation: Varies from 1 month-66 days depending on the species. Number of offspring: King and emperor penguins lay one egg. All other species of penguin lay two eggs. 🥚🐧

Penguins are aquatic, flightless birds that are highly adapted to life in the water. Their distinct tuxedo-like appearance is called counter...

Crazy, Drinking, and Heroin: WINCHMANS STOWED tbt It's nearly been 10 years since I went to Iraq as a combat soldier in the British army. Madness... Given that I am now educated on British foreign policy, I think it's crazy that I joined in the first place. But for anyone who is a soldier right now, you will know that the governments of the global "super powers" (whoever is ready to carry out the most murder) are psychopaths & prey on the vulnerable. The militaries of the planet always recruit in poor & impoverished areas. I have done recruiting drives for the military before, we went to the working class schools & fairs, showed the people rifles and tanks and told them how much secure money you will get. Which when you don't have a job seems amazing. I couldn't get a job in the city of Leeds. I put my resume in every shop, I left school with good grades. But there was one problem, I was an African with a British passport. All of the managers (when I actually did get interviewed) were European. West Yorkshire, UK is quite racist, let's just say I did about 50 interviews & never got a job. At the time I was a mess, I was selling crack & heroin, sleeping with random women, eating trash, drinking alcohol & generally being a useless human being. So when my friend joined the army & told me I would get it... I was like cool, where do I sign up. For me it was either get locked up or join the military. I heard £18,000 per year and I was all in. When I was in Iraq I was on about £22,000 per year. My life to the military was worth less than £2000 per month. I went to Iraq to help the British military steal oil in an illegal war for the west. Whenever you hear of a soldier being blown up by the side of a road, it's because one of the jobs we had was to protect equipment and contractors going in, and oil and resources coming out. Here I am in a helicopter about to do eagle VCPS, (vehicular check points) this is where you fly in to an area in a helicopter and make sure nobody is coming to blow up resource theft routes. I nearly got blown up a few times. I saw people getting murdered. We got mortared (artillery bomb) nearly every night. All for what, oil that we don't actually need. If you're in the army... getout

tbt It's nearly been 10 years since I went to Iraq as a combat soldier in the British army. Madness... Given that I am now educated on Briti...

Life, Memes, and Smell: This is what octopus eggs look like Those who find beauty in all of nature will find themselves at one with the secrets of life itself. Did you know that studies have shown that octopuses learn easily, including learning by observation of another octopus. They can solve problems, as when they remove a plug or unscrew a lid to get prey from a container. Octopuses are the first invertebrates to be seen using tools, such as using coconut shells to hide from potential predators and using rocks and jets of water in a way that could be classified as tool use. Common octopuses will collect crustacean shells and other objects to construct fortresses, or “gardens,” around their lairs. Other octopuses carry shells for protection. The common octopus has a wide array of techniques it uses to avoid or thwart attackers. Its first—and most amazing—line of defense is its ability to hide in plain sight. Using a network of pigment cells and specialized muscles in its skin, the common octopus can almost instantaneously match the colors, patterns, and even textures of its surroundings. Predators such as sharks, eels, and dolphins swim by without even noticing it. Octopuses have three hearts. Two pump blood through each of the two gills, while the third pumps blood through the body. When discovered, an octopus will release a cloud of black ink to obscure its attacker’s view, giving it time to swim away. The ink even contains a substance that dulls a predator’s sense of smell, making the fleeing octopus harder to track. Consciousvibrancy

Those who find beauty in all of nature will find themselves at one with the secrets of life itself. Did you know that studies have shown tha...