Animal Infographics - by Alithographica Art

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Alithographica Art  -  September 3 at 10:09pm ·  A collection of parrot facts in the memory of Le'a, my mom's 39-year-old Yellow-naped Amazon who passed away this week.

Alithographica Art  -  September 3 at 10:09pm · 

A collection of parrot facts in the memory of Le'a, my mom's 39-year-old Yellow-naped Amazon who passed away this week.

Please go here for Retractable Claws animated infographic: https://www.facebook.com/JennDeutscherArt/videos/1425097340891330/

Please go here for Retractable Claws animated infographic: https://www.facebook.com/JennDeutscherArt/videos/1425097340891330/

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Alithographica Art - September 26   "With these simple tools you, too, can be a pedant about corvids."

Alithographica Art - September 26   "With these simple tools you, too, can be a pedant about corvids."

 Alithographica Art - September 29   "Form follows function! You can tell a lot about a bird by its wings."

 Alithographica Art - September 29   "Form follows function! You can tell a lot about a bird by its wings."

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Alithographica Art  October 21, 2017 ·  More Halloween spooky facts (well, sort of): In which science has given us green mutant animals.

Other cool things GFP is being used for: Imaging cancerous vs noncancerous cells! Visualizing neurons and brain activity! Investigating blindness and heart disease and diabetes! It's fundamental to a lot of labwork nowadays. Unsurprisingly, the discoverers of GFP won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2008.

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Alithographica Art · October 13 ·  Another Halloween-ish science fact: Bone density! Support Science Fact Friday on Patreon!  https://www.patreon.com/alithographica

Alithographica Art · October 13 · 

Another Halloween-ish science fact: Bone density!

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Alithographica Art  -  September 16 at 12:43pm  Additional fun fact: Domestic cats have slit pupils, large cats have round pupils. What about in-between cats like the lynx? They’re an intermediate - ovals!

Alithographica Art  -  September 16 at 12:43pm 

Additional fun fact: Domestic cats have slit pupils, large cats have round pupils. What about in-between cats like the lynx? They’re an intermediate - ovals!

Alithographica Art - July 22  Similar toxic effects are seen in the Variable Pitohui and the Rusty Pitohui, but not to the extent of the Hooded Pitohui. There are also several species of non-toxic pitohui that have evolved to mimic the coloration of the Hooded Pitohui in an attempt to confuse predators. I've done a previous Sci Fact on tetrodotoxin - click here for that! -> http://alithographica.tumblr.com/post/159840710436/science-fact-friday-tetrodotoxin-ft-a-small-gif

Alithographica Art - July 22 

Similar toxic effects are seen in the Variable Pitohui and the Rusty Pitohui, but not to the extent of the Hooded Pitohui. There are also several species of non-toxic pitohui that have evolved to mimic the coloration of the Hooded Pitohui in an attempt to confuse predators.

I've done a previous Sci Fact on tetrodotoxin - click here for that! -
http://alithographica.tumblr.com/post/159840710436/science-fact-friday-tetrodotoxin-ft-a-small-gif

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Alithographica Art - October 6, 2017 Science Fact Friday: Blood suckers! (...Though most hematophagous animals don't "suck" blood, they lap it up. Which is what vampire bats do, by the way - they just cut open a victim and lick the blood off. And out of the 1,400 species of bats, only 3 are vampire bats. Just to set the record straight.) Support Science Fact Friday on Patreon!  https://www.patreon.com/alithographica

Alithographica Art - October 6, 2017

Science Fact Friday: Blood suckers!

(...Though most hematophagous animals don't "suck" blood, they lap it up. Which is what vampire bats do, by the way - they just cut open a victim and lick the blood off. And out of the 1,400 species of bats, only 3 are vampire bats. Just to set the record straight.)

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