I don’t know if studying bugs make some people buggy or if they’re just born buggy to study bugs… but I will warn you that Dr. Bugs, or Mark Moffett, as he’s known to some, has a love of bugs that is bigger than some of us might find reasonable. The ecologist, explorer, and photojournalist recently let a bug hatch from the back of his hand. Warning: There are several things in this video to make you squeal, but don’t let that keep you from watching all the way to the end.
MyScienceMind on InstagramBlue trees.Engine room of The Berkeley, a 1898 steamboat ferry that operated on SF Bay for 60 years. She was pressed into service after the 1906 earthquake, helping to ferry people off the shores of SF, which was burning, taking them to safety. She’s now part of the San Diego Maritime Museum.The Star of India is the oldest iron-hulled merchant ship afloat. She was launched in 1863.
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