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Thanks to Chris The Story Reading Ape for finding this post!
The loudest sounds you’ll hear is probably the quacking of a duck (well, when it isn’t flooded with tourists, of course)
Absolutely beautiful pictures from Inese! She always captures beauty!
In this picture, I am looking through the natural ‘window’ from a coastal cave. It was chilly outside, and we quite enjoyed our refuge from the elements.
A couple of days ago I went outside first time after a week in bed. It felt like leaving a cave.
Viruses, the tiny things that are not even technically alive, can cause a lot of trouble. The only criteria for being alive they fit in is that they can evolve over time. It is why we need to get a flu vaccine every year. Basically, a virus is a string of DNA (or RNA) wrapped in a protein coat. It doesn’t respond to any stimuli and doesn’t reproduce. It just is. At this stage it is called a virion. The horror story begins when such virion gets in contact with a cell – human, animal or bacterial. Viruses are parasites, they must have a host…
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Fantastic pictures from Chris The Story Reading Ape!
Source: The Land of Magic
Source: Big birds, little birds