This may be the very best Meganeurid reconstructions I have ever seen!
I feel proud of have finished these big bugs, the largest insects known in fossil record Meganeura and Meganeuropsis, species part of the group of the Meganisopterans, the group of prominent large fliers of the late paleozoic.
Look at that! They keep on putting these ads for 11th gen processor models, but you can't buy even buy them!
Also we are the 26th* already, which means they have 4 days until their announcements become false 😭
Enhanced at #NextAtAcer - the #ConceptD3Ezel. Now packing a #Wacom EMR Stylus in its creative arsenal, you can let inspiration strike with Delta E<2 color-accuracy across its PANTONE® validated displa…
I was very proud of myself for not writing a single thirsty tweet over that piece of tech that has made me obsessed for months, but here we are, definitely thirsting, all sense of self-respect gone, only excitement left 🌱
#paleoctober day 25, Yochelcionella, a basal mollusk that might have been snail-like.
Day 25 of #Paleoctober is this little lad, a Yochelcionella. Very Early Cambrian and a very Basal Mollusc
"Hi I put letter sequences in different programs, it creates 3D models or pretty trees, I look hard at the models and the trees, and then this is used by other people to save the world."
There you go 😎
Rappel : venez découvrir les corneilles parisiennes au Jardin des plantes en compagnie (notamment) de @ScientistDjigr et moi. On a deux séances pendant les vacances de la Toussaint ! https://twitter.com/Jastrow75/status/1450016378203918339
#Paleoctober Day 24 is Taeniolabis, a member of the extinct order of mammals, the Multituberculates, It was in fact the largest of the group, weighing around 100 kg and lived during the Paleocene epoch, some 65-64 mya
#paleoctober day 24, Taeniolabis, a multituberculate mammal. As you see, it is sleepy.
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