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These invertebrates are known as the Blue Button or Porpita porpita and the Blue Dragon or Glaucilla marginata.

They live partly in the air and partly in the water — relying on the wind to move them throughout the ocean in search of prey.

🎥 by @JacintaShackleton/IG https://t.co/445iz18N4R
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This is also relative to temperature and humidity fluctuation. Too high and too low temperature/humidity can negatively affect spore production.
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The fruit bodies of a lion's mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus) are mainly produced in the late summer to early fall, and during this time spore production will be at its highest at midday.

#FungusFriday
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Should T-Rex be scared? 🦖 

A newly identified species of carnivore dinosaur in Patagonia has been named “one who causes fear” by the scientists.
https://t.co/fwYTr14LZm
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This microscopic world has a few inhabitants — mites and tardigrades. 

The mites are herbivores, so they pose no threat to the nearly indestructible water bears, who can survive even the most catastrophic astrophysical events. 🐻🦠

#MicroscopicMonday
🧫🔬 by @mymicroscopic https://t.co/dzpShWBsJl
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RT @Discovery: This morning, @SpaceX's Crew Dragon Resilience separated from its docking spot at ISS while flying 263 miles over the Atlantic Ocean to make room for the next arrival. 🛰

Watch the first-ever port relocation flight of a commercial spacecraft. https://t.co/tnDRVWQeCf
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In dry weather, the "petals" will dry up and curl around the soft spore sac, often detaching from the ground and rolling around like a tumbleweed. In wetter weather, the "petals" moisten and uncurl, allowing rain or animals to disturb the spore sac.
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RT @Discovery: Happy #EarthMonth! What steps are you taking to protect OUR home? 🌎🌱

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