Veeerrrryyy loosely based on the “Emergence” rebroadcast Radiolab did a few weeks ago. Mostly I just wanted to draw cicadas. Who’s ready for brood II?
DAMN. This is so good.
(Seriously though, is everybody ready for Swarmageddon?)
A white-necked rockfowl (Africa - BBC)
Andy Ellison works at the BU medical school in Boston where he frequently works with a research-only MRI scanner. Over the past few months he’s been sharing some fantastic animated gifs of his calibration and quality control scans using assorted fruits, vegetables and other plants.
Just plain delightful.
A red kangaroo (Natural World - BBC)
It’s all about SPEED, from the speed of light to the speed of molasses. Artist Daniel Horowitz created this snazzy GIF to go with the ep.
A male Darwin’s frog with a vocal pouch full of tadpoles. He carries them around until they develop into froglets and hop out of his mouth. (Natural World - BBC)
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why the GIF was invented.