This is a carnivorous nudibranch of the genus Melibe. The entire head forms an expansive mouth, which inflates to smother its prey and then contracts scooping prey in with its probing teeth-like cirri.
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This is neither a fox, dog or wolf. It is a Maned Wolf, and is the only species in its genus - Chrysocyon gfycat.com/tintedwarydams…
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Telmatobius is a genus of semi-aquatic and aquatic frogs found in the Andean highlands in South America. The vast majority of the 60 species are threatened due to habitat loss, pollution, diseases (chytridiomycosis and nematode infections), introduced trout, and capture for human consumption.
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Cobraraptor - hybrid of velociraptor and cobras from naja genus
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The Kangaroo Mouse (genus Microdipodops) are native to the Southwest deserts of the United States, especially Nevada. They are one of the few animals that don't need to directly drink water. Instead they get their water from the food they eat (plants and bugs).
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Great Grey Owls in a rarely seen aerial skirmish. The longest living owl, this species is not as regularly fiercely territorial as in related species of the Strix genus.
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The long-eared jerboa is a nocturnal mouse-like rodent with a long tail, long hind legs for jumping, and exceptionally large ears. It is distinct enough that authorities consider it to be the only member of both its genus, Euchoreutes, and subfamily, Euchoreutinae.
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The Omnishifter v2.2 - a versatile intelligence based shapeshifter class, now with the Genus of Fairies and Genus of Sinners subclasses reddit.com/gallery/kasfzl
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TIL the oldest ever archaeological site was found in 2011, lomekwi 3, dated at 3.3 million years old, is 700,000 years older than previous stone tools discovered and predates the genus Homo by 500,000 years; around 150 artifacts found. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lom…
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Uroplatus fimbriatus covers the largest range of any other Uroplatus species. All members of the genus Uroplatus are endemic to Madagascar. v.redd.it/8eua25z7bc661
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Dinocrocuta is an extinct genus of hyena-like feliform carnivores. It lived in Asia, and Africa, during the Miocene epoch. It had very strong jaws that were able to crush bones.
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πŸ”₯ Time-lapse video of the blooming of the Hoya Rigida. Hoya is a genus of 200–300 species of tropical plants, most commonly found in Southeast Asia. v.redd.it/sczds648ry561
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This is a carnivorous nudibranch of the genus Melibe. The entire head forms an expansive mouth, which inflates to smother its prey and then contracts scooping prey in with its probing teeth-like cirri.
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Was told this may be a lichen in the Peltigera genus. Has anyone seen one like this?
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πŸ”₯ The Tremactopus is a genus of pelagic crphalopods commonly known as "blanket octopodes", in reference to the long, transparent webs that connect the dorsal and dorsolateral "arms" of the adult females. reddit.com/gallery/ksjeab
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Paraceratherium, a genus of hornless rhinoceroses who were the tallest mammals to ever walk the earth (34–23 million years ago)
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πŸ”₯ The Bismarck Flying Fox - A species of megabat in the genus Pteropus found throughout lowland areas of New Guinea and in the Bismarck Archipelago - Among the heaviest bats in the world and the largest bat in Melanesia
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Maned Wolf, the only species of the "Golden Dog" genus, is solitary unlike most large canid species. They are omnivores with a hunting success rate of 21%. Their favorite food is the Wolf Apple which may make up between 40-90% of their diet, it's basically named after them. gfycat.com/appropriateski…
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Pygmy marmoset, these South American gummivore primates are the smallest genus of monkeys. Adults weighs about 3.5 ounces.
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Would elves fall under the β€œhomo” genus?

We all know that humans are Homo sapiens, but would say, a moonshadow elf be Homo lunaris? Would a sunfire elf be Homo solaris?

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Despite both species being in the same genus, the Smilodon populator dwarfed Smilodon fatalis
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In need of some critique. I grew this one from seed, I thought to give it a shot when a seed I planted sprouted, that was almost 2 years ago. It is a cherry tree, genus Prunus. reddit.com/gallery/kovpp1
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TIL of Ophiocordyceps. It is a genus of fungi that is known for its parasitism on ants, in which it alters the behavior of the ants in such a way as to propagate itself more effectively, killing the ant and then growing its fruiting bodies from the ant's head and releasing its spores. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oph…
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My lab recently lost the identification plate for these 8 specimens. I would appreciate some help in identifying them (especially the two beetles). Genus would be even more appropriated.
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Dakosaurus, a genus of marine crocodyliform that lived during the Jurassic and Early Cretaceous, by Mario Lanzas
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The size of Paludirex, a newly identified extinct genus of crocodile with a broad snout, compared to a human, by Jorgo Ristevski
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Lithops, β€œLiving Stones”, a genus of succulent plants whose rocklike appearance serves as camouflage from herbivores.
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How did Doctor Genus even contain Carnage Kabuto?

Like seriously, how did genus lock kabuto up? He clearly wasn't happy about being locked up underground 24/7 so I doubt he would want to remain there when he could be doing kabuto things or killing people or whatever HOE monsters do in their free time. I get how genus would control armored gorilla since he's oddly human like for an artificial monster, but even beast king is a mystery. The dude could easily slice through buildings with the shockwaves of his claws. The only explanation is kabuto was scary enough to keep him there.

But CK??? Sure genus could somehow capture him after he went into carnage mode (assuming needles could even penetrate his skin), but once he wakes up, it should be all over. IDK what doctor genus could make that would be able to withstand continous beatings from a dragon level threat capable of repelling a mountain leveling blast with his breath.

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A tick known as Nuttalliella namaqua, which is very important to unlocking the origins of ticks. This species belongs to a genus of ticks, Nuttalliella, that has existed since the Permian mass extinction. Nuttalliella namaqua is the only known member of its genus that still exists today.
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Hey guys! I hope this is allowed, as some of you may know I produce a series on Youtube called Mushrooms of the Northwest. It's a fun educational series where I do my best to detail different species and genus of fungi. (Yes those fun ones too). I recently published a new episode!! youtu.be/f6kaduaj478
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A tick known as Nuttalliella namaqua, which is very important to unlocking the origins of ticks. This species belongs to a genus of ticks, Nuttalliella, that has existed since the Permian mass extinction. Nuttalliella namaqua is the only known member of its genus that still exists today.
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πŸ”₯ The Bush Dog, Is the only species of the genus Speothos. This species has a close living relative however... the Maned Wolf
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πŸ”₯ This is neither a fox, dog or wolf. It is a Maned Wolf, and is the only species in its genus - Chrysocyon gfycat.com/tintedwarydams…
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Are there any business novel beside losing money to-be a tycoon,rebirth in a perfect era or extraordinary genus

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This is the Hispaniolan Solenodon. Besides the Platypus, Solenodons are one of the few completely confirmed genus’s of venomous mammals in the world. Despite being less than a foot long, these little guys use venom to kill their prey rather than to escape their predators.
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[Genus Hydrodictyon] 'Water Net' algae, exhibiting its hexagonal lattice. (400x)
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I only just recently discovered how diverse this genus is a couple of months ago. Went from owning 1 really sun damaged obtusa to having started a pretty nice collection, with a lot of help from some very nice people on this sub. I think it’s safe to say I’m addicted lol.
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Believe it or not, this is almost fully grown. It's a micro fern species from Ecuador. Possibly genus Asplenium. It gets fronds about twice as long as you see here, at max size. One of my fave rare mini plants (and I have tons of rare mini plants, so that's saying a lot)
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This is a Maned Wolf. However, it is neither a fox nor a wolf. It is the only species in the genus known as Chrysocyon.
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This is a carnivorous nudibranch of the genus Melibe. The entire head forms an expansive mouth, which inflates to smother its prey and then contracts scooping prey in with its probing teeth-like cirri.
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Help me narrow down this cactus species please. A genus would be great.
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AskScience AMA Series: I'm a primatologist and conservationist who's seen every genus of primate in the wild and is featured in the PBS/BBS series "Primates." Ask me anything!

EDIT: Please note that it is the PBS/BBC series "Primates"


Hi, I'm Dr. Russ Mittermeier, Chief Conservation Officer at Global Wildlife Conservation and Chair of the IUCN SSC Primate Specialist Group. I have studied and observed primates in the wild for 50 years, and in 2019 I became the first person to see at least one species from every one of the 80 genera of primates that are known to exist. This is part of my ongoing effort over the past 20 years to stimulate primate ecotourism, and especially primate-watching and primate life-listing, based on a wildly successful birdwatching model.

The bulk of my career has been focused on primate conservation around the world, with the objective of maintaining the full diversity of the Order Primates and ensuring Zero Extinctions. Ethical primate ecotourism has played a key role in our conservation efforts to date, and I hope to enable it to become an even more significant part of our global program, with a strong focus on working closely with local communities living in close proximity to the world's most important primate habitats. Local people are our most important partners in our conservation efforts and can benefit in many ways from successful primate ecotourism programs, as has already been demonstrated in many places. Primates are the most endangered larger group of mammals, with more than 60% of all known species now classed as Critically Endangered, Endangered or Vulnerable.

I am featured in the third episode of the Nature "Primates" miniseries, premiering tonight at 8/7c on PBS, pbs.org/primates, and the PBS Video app. This three-part documentary series visits 17 countries to uncover the mysteries of countless species, including gorillas, orangutans, lemurs, spider monkeys, marmosets, macaques and more. If you're in the UK, you can watch it on the BBC iplayer.

I'll be answering your questions at 1 pm ET. Ask me anything!

Username: /u/RAMprimate49

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Black and orange wasp found in Sydney, Australia. Genus, species? Thanks!
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My genus is...it’s almost frightening.
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Anyone know what genus and species?
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Genus Homo, by L. Sprauge DeCamp and P. Schuyller Miller (Super Science Stories, Pulp March 1941)
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Taxonomic revision of the genus Xenopholis Peters, 1869 (Serpentes: Dipsadidae): Integrating morphology with ecological niche journals.plos.org/plosone…
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Hey guys! I hope this is allowed, as some of you may know I produce a series on Youtube called Mushrooms of the Northwest. It's a fun educational series where I do my best to detail different species and genus of fungi. (Yes those fun ones too). I recently published a new episode!! youtu.be/f6kaduaj478
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Dinopithecus, the β€œterrible ape” was a genus of large Baboon from South Africa. At 100lbs it was twice the size of modern Baboons.
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@ANI: Plasmodium oval, a new genus of malaria detected in Kerala. It was found in a soldier who was being treated at District hospital in Kannur. The soldier had come from Sudan. Its spread can be avoided with timely treatment & preventive measures: KK Shailaja, State Health Minister twitter.com/ANI/status/13…
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