I'm Bunjy (they/them), part-time internet goldfish and full-time goofball. I answer biology asks under the #Cursed Biology series tag. feel free to send a bio request but BEWARE THE MONKEY'S PAW. I'm the owner of Wexter the Extreme Chompin' T-Rex, and I post updates about her in the #wexter tag. see #TAGGING SYSTEM REF for a list of my current tags. This blog is SFW.
We looked inside some of the posts by bunjywunjy and here's what we found interesting.
How do you go about dragon breeding projects? My lair looks like a box of crayons threw-up on it and I really want to start trying for actual good-looking dragons, but I don't know where to begin. Do you just hatch eggs/buy dragons and breed for colors, then apply gene/breed changes? What is the secret to getting pretty dragons??? What is your method????
I screw around in the scrying workshop until I find a combo I want to shoot for, then I search the AH for viable dragons and start a breeding project for those specific colors if I have to! sometimes it's a bit of a process.
I think people are too used to picturing amoebas two-dimensionally. They look that way under a conventional microscope because we’re just focusing on one layer of a transparent organism, but here are some amoebas under a scanning electron microscope!!!
by Steve Gschmeissner, you can even buy prints of this photo!
this one’s from this website.
I think fantasy slimes should look like these shapes more often than just puddles
A big beautiful baby to admire! (co staring my cat) Found them while I was walking my dog late at night and briefly brought them inside to get a better picture.
Not an expert on mantis classification but it's most likely a California Mantis (Stagmomantis California).
Fun fact about the red eyes! A number of mantis species have light colored eyes during the day and then pigment gathers in the eyes during the night to help them see in the dark. (Orchid Mantises' eyes turn deep purple and the eyes of the Dead Leaf mantis will turn nearly completely black!)