FACT CHECK: Does a photograph show a butterfly with translucent wings?
Featuring fifty of the most visually striking butterflies from around the world.
The unique properties found in the stunning iridescent wings of a tropical blue butterfly could hold the key to developing new highly selective gas detection sensors.
Mary Lou Endres photographed this male monarch butterfly in Alden, Illinois.
I can't even begin to understand how the hell a caterpillar turns into a butterfly, but I guarantee it involves magic. Don't they like, turn into sludge or something when they're in their chrysalis? That's fing weird. You can read about the process HERE if you're interested. Show More Summary
Float like a butterfly… Ireland Baldwin is not shy of exposing her sexy body, and this situation is no different! On Sunday, the 19-year-old went to the beach at Big Sur and documented her nearly naked escapades on Instagram! [ Related: Ireland Baldwin Mocks Dad's Infamous Voicemail! ] Alec Baldwin's daughter posted the (above) topless photo where her nipple [...]
Some of us are social butterflies, happily flitting from person to person in social gatherings and loving every minute of it. But not everyone is so comfortable in these surroundings. In fact, to some introverts, social situations can be a living hell; particularly (but not limited to) these seven...
The cosmic butterfly wings are the result of a pair of dying stars.
Originally published on April 21, 2015. The camera fades in to a green field. A butterfly flutters over a beautiful sky. It would be an idyllic scene if not for the giant blue CGI recycling bin with arms and legs, a Joker’s grin and eyes that seem to speak of...
Space photos of the week, August 23–29. The post Space Photos of the Week: A Nebula Becomes a Butterfly appeared first on WIRED.
Life Cycle of the Monarch Butterfly. Late instar caterpillar feeding to pupation to eclosing from a chrysalis as a Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) [FrontYardVideo] The post Metamorphosis: From Caterpillar to Monarch Butterfly [Time-Lapse Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Here’s the life cycle of a monarch butterfly. From the wild green creepy critter crawler caterpillar to the unassuming cocoon to the beautifully complex and intricate butterfly itself. We get to see the entire process and it’s like a magic trick, enter one way and exit completely different. Nature is always the best magician. Read more...
FrontYardVideo created a wonderful time-lapse video of a caterpillar’s metamorphosis into a beautiful Monarch butterfly. via The Kid Should See This
It’s almost the weekend, and that means you should book in another Gizmodo movie night. This week, pick out your favourite silenced pistol, sheath your matching butterfly knives and take a trip to Jack Rabbit Slims for that $5 milkshake — these are the best cult action movies streaming around Australia right now. More »
Sometimes it's those with the hardest struggles in life who remember to appreciate life more than anyone else. This message comes through loud and clear in Cary Bell's documentary, "Butterfly Girl."
A lot of cynics might point out the fact that Kendrick's recent record To Pimp a Butterfly didn't feature members of his crew Black Hippy. Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City was sparse as well, outside of a Jay Rock appearence on "Money Trees" and a couple remixes. Show More Summary
Known for its breathtaking photos of the cosmos, the Hubble Space Telescope’s latest image reveals a distant nebula known as Minkowski’s Butterfly.
As they start to head south for the winter, monarch butterflies may find it's hard to go home again. A winter habitat for the iconic orange, black, and yellow butterflies in Mexico is being chipped away by illegal logging, leaving less...Show More Summary
The Twin Jet Nebula, a bipolar planetary nebula. (Photo Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA) Rachel Feltman at the WaPo:This "butterfly" (which also kind of looks like two space squid head butting each other, if you're as into that as I am) is called the Twin Jet Nebula. Show More Summary
Apple Watch users who are in love with the Motion watch face — the one where an animation of a flower, butterfly or jellyfish pops up on the screen each time you check the time — should know that Apple is reportedly bringing the same kind of animated UI to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Show More Summary