Life, uh, finds a way...to be strange. Episodic hella-teen adventure Life is Strange is getting a live-action series, replacing the choice-based game with some pre-scripted teen drama, like a second Butterfly Effect (god that movie fucking suckeddd). Show More Summary
Like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly, the process of transforming a prospect into a bona fide NBA rotation player requires nurturing, time and patience—much more for some than for others. Karl-Anthony Towns? He was practically a star for the Minnesota Timberwolves from day one. Show More Summary
A photo posted by Dorota Drzewiecka (@pracowniador) on Mar 8, 2016 at 10:53am PST Polish seamstress and designer Dorota Drzewiecka of Pracownia DOR has created a gorgeous line of colorful hand-painted silk butterfly wings that look as if they could fly away on their own. While Drzewiecka’s designs were originally made for belly dancing, they […]
Sounds like: Booka Shade, Kidnap Kid, Eagles & Butterflies Song: Amtrac - Running After What's so good? Kidnap Kid has a new label, Birds That Fly. As I understand, it's still housed under Black butter Records, but it's entirely the Kid's; a home for the aesthetic he's collecting. Show More Summary
The chrysalis can be considered the most mysterious stage in the metamorphosis of a butterfly. Chrysalises are the pupal form of the butterfly that follows directly after the larval (caterpillar) stage. Chrysalises are often mistakenly referred to as “cocoons.” Cocoons are actually … Continue reading ?
The lodge was built in 1914 and got its name "Apuni Oyis" (in Blackfoot) for all the butterflies in the nearby meadow. The building was the home of James Willard Schultz (1859-1947) and his son, Hart Merriam Schultz, known as Lone Wolf (1882-1970). Show More Summary
My husband says I’m the paper plate craft queen. He always comes home and finds some sort of craft done with the kids using a paper plate. I find paper plates are easy to be creative with and they are so cheap to have on hand for craft or offering some food with bit of glad […]
The 1972 Olympics in Munich were truly Mark Spitz’s Games. Each event that the American swimmer competed in, he set a world record: 100-meter freestyle, 200-meter freestyle, 100-meter butterfly, 200-meter butterfly, 4x100-meter freestyle relay, 4x200-meter freestyle relay and 4x100-meter medley relay. Show More Summary
The California Pipevine Swallowtail butterflies used to flutter about San Francisco aplenty, but their populations declined in the 20th century as more areas were developed. Now in the early 21st century, they're incredibly rare in the city, so one resident decided to do something. Show More Summary
A polo and equestrian estate is now in play at $65 million in Montecito, Calif. — an affluent pocket known for its old money, equestrian estates and famous homeowners. The roughly 20-acre property, which includes a polo field, a clubhouse and equestrian facilities, is owned by Patrick Nesbitt,...
Misandrist butterflies are real.
In time, two closely related populations of African Queen butterflies may become entirely different species.
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Here’s a story that would make one hell of a Planet Earth segment: Two subspecies of the African queen butterfly in Nairobi, Kenya, are infected with the bacterium Spiroplasma ixodeti. It causes male eggs to not hatch, while the females eat those unhatched male eggs as soon as they’re born. As a result, ... More »
A scientist from the University of Exeter has helped to identify a male-killing microbe in a tropical butterfly called the African Queen, which leads to the death of all sons when a mother is infected. read more
It's been three years since we lost all the hours to bug catching and fishing in Animal Crossing New Leaf but that doesn't mean it has to be taken out to the 'farm' where it can chase butterflies in the fields all day
The sons of this butterfly subspecies are dead on arrival. So their daughters eat them. Don't blame the butterfly, scientists say. Blame a male-killing microbe.
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Biologist Tim Wong is singlehandedly conserving San Francisco’s pipevine swallowtails…in his free time.
Minda Zetlin, Inc. columnist and co-author of The Geek Gap, explains why you don't have to be a social butterfly to carry a conversation with strangers.