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No creo mostrarme físicamente algún día pero bueno, les presento mi cabello y si si estoy loca por ser pelirroja jaja.

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Nunca he tenido problema con los ansianos, pero de verdad que molesto es el señor con quien trabajo, amigos NO SE CALLA🥺

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Tengo una duda existencial.. por qué no me hablan? De verdad me siento muy sola :(

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More illustrations by Mary E. Eaton taken from ‘Addisonia’ (Vol 6-1921) by New York Botanical Garden.

Published 1916-1964.

New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library.

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Me deprime como es que la ansiedad puede apoderarse de mi, puede hacer que deje de respirar, puede lograr que me haga daño, puede incluso romperme emocionalmente (más de lo que ya estoy) soy la ansiedad que todos temen cuando me da ansiedad.

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Decorative front cover and colour plates taken from ‘The Marine Botanist’ by Isabella Gifford.

Published 1848 by Darton.

 Fisher - University of Toronto

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Illustrations of Lepidoptera taken from ‘Lepidopterorum Brasiliae’ by  V. Kollar.

Published Vienna 1839.

Smithsonian Libraries

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Muchos leen lo que escribo para ella, pero ella nunca lo va a leer, en fin, la hipotenusa.

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If, to quote another illustration, the placid frog of to-day, after passing through its merely protoplasmic stage, appears before us in the likeness of a gill-breathing fish, the assumption is plain and warrantable that the frog race has descended from some primitive fish stock, whose likeness is reproduced with greater or less exactness in the tadpoles of the ditches.

“Degeneration”, Andrew Wilson, Popular Science Monthly (1881)

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Acabo de sufrir un ataque de ansiedad, apenas empezó el día, y siento el mundo encima de mi.

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Science Saturday: Evolution Manuscript

This week we revisit the massive, 11-pound, 650-page, loose-leaf-bound manuscript titled Evolutionthat was completely handwritten by Hans Q. Ewald starting in 1936. It includes numerous original drawings by his wife Helen Ewald. It is a bit of mystery as to who the Ewalds were, we know so very little about them. UWM Special Collections came into possession of this manuscript in 1985 after it was sent from a donor in Portugal. The donor letter indicates that Hans Q. Ewald may have been a professor in Milwaukee. If anyone has any other information, please let us know!

We have previously highlighted various birds from this manuscript, but for this Science Saturday I thought I would show a sampling of other life forms such as dinosaurs, jellyfish, a locust (with a horse-like head), parasites, a pangolin, and a lion! The diversity of life on Earth is truly astounding.

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Sarah, Special Collections Graduate Intern

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