"I don’t say homosexuality is an abomination, Sir, the bible does."
Michael Creese, Snail (2013), oil on canvas.
Red-tailed Knobby Newt - Tylototriton kweichowensis
Endemic to Yunnan–Guizhou Plateau (China), the Red-tailed Knobby Newt, Tylototriton kweichowensis (Salamandridae), is classed as Vulnerable amphibian by IUCN. Recently, habitat destruction and degradation are major threats to this species.
These robust newts are up to 160 mm in total length for males, with females measuring up to 190 mm. Its dorsum has large grainy tubercles, more densely packed along three evenly spaced strips, running from head to tail dorsally and on either side dorsolaterally. Individuals vary in coloration, but the large parotid glands, tips of toes, tail, and bumpy strips are red or orange in some animals.
Photo credit: ©Henk Wallays | Locality: unknown (2005)
"Knobby" seems awfully appropriate for this guy.
Also, he seems like a design from How to Train Your Dragon.
Great news! The teen birth rate in Colorado dropped 40% after increased access to IUD’s.
Access to affordable birth control matters.
Slime molds, in all their slimy glory! Slow as this guy is to the naked eye in the growing department, it’s very easy to see how very much alive it is with some quality time-lapse.
We may not sell slime mold or any kind of fungi, moss, or plant at The Bone Room…but we sure love them.
Note: We do have amoebas for sale, but they’re super plushy and dangerously cute.
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