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Reynardine! You look...different

‘Fieschi Psalter’, Cambrai ca. 1290-1295.

Baltimore, The Walters Art Museum, Walters Manuscript W.45, fol. 256v


#mastoart #creativetoot #dragon #medieval #art

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Campus critters this morning: purple swamphen chick, australasian darter, a flock of corellas and a sleepy brushtail possum.

#photo #AustralianWildlife #nature

Okay one more for today, Jessica Rosenkrantz, maker of biophilic things (also inactive for a while, but who knows):

If anybody else have any suggestions, please share.

Glendon Mellow is here too (maybe some follow notifications will get him active again):

A good place to look for people relevant to our interests is

(They don't have a public directory, unfortunately, but they do let you see the most recent activity, which I've linked to.)

I'm going to do my best to suggest people to follow on the Fediverse to get the Federated timeline hoppin'. To be honest, this something I'm struggling with as well, because there is no universal search function.

Here's my first suggestion, a behavioural ecologist:

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The smallest sauropod painting. Those are mm below the painting. I just painted over one of my landscapes 😬

Sauropod hypothesis: the base of the tail of sauropods was always more less horizontal. That is, the keystoning of the sacrum predicts the angle of the back from the ground. Prove me wrong @mike and @ScottHartman.

I've written post about why you might want to try Mastodon, as well as a few tips I've learnt in the last ten days or so.

Open Science on might be of interest to people here:

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Hello here is a big bugfriend as my first post. It is an African Giant Millipede and his name is Sticky. It's a he because he has gonopoda.

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