Items tagged with: travel
Hello 👋🏻 my name is Victor. I am a 35 year old cisgender, pansexual, Jewish guy who lives in New York City.
I am the co-admin for tooters.org alongside @sandy.
Soursop, also known as graviola, guyabano, or guanábana. Excellent eaten as is, fantastic juice, not too sweet.
Like many things, consuming in moderation is best. This fruit contains compounds that can cause nerve damage and symptoms that resemble those of Parkinson's disease if ingested in too large amounts.
Tarn Hows is always a good bet for a lovely summer evening's walk.
It's all looking a bit dry now though.
More photos are ready for you here -> https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2023/6/8/tarn-hows-lake-district-summer 👍
I have too many photos of sloths and all are too cute to sort out and delete. Also, I can't remember which sloth (2-toed or 3-toed) has long hair vs short hair, brown vs grey, smiley face vs piggy face). I heard the explanation so many times but it simply wouldn't stick, I'll just have to google it.
Arenal volcano, Costa Rica.
#NationalParks #Travel #Mapping
In 2016, data scientist Randy Olson optimized the route of 14,498 miles (23,333 km) which would take 2+ months. He even designed the journey as a circle so you can begin at any point & direction.
All the details: https://randalolson.com/2016/07/30/the-optimal-u-s-national-parks-centennial-road-trip/ #science #data #nature #travel
How do scientists do disease surveillance and study biodiversity through the lens of genomics? Citizen scientist Blacki Migliozzi joined a group of jungle field researchers to find out.
Through anecdotes and stunning photography he will walk us through what it's like to work with big cats, primates, birds, bats, frogs, snakes and many other kinds of organisms. He'll also provide first-hand observations of the habitat loss endangering these ecosystems as well as the dangers scientists put themselves in when doing this important work.
We're located in Suite 319, you may have to call/text the lab phone (7086371289) to enter.
Biotech Without Borders is a member-led, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, community biolab founded in 2017 to serve the New York City community. See our website for more details!