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The Kaiser-i-Hind (Teinopalpus imperialis) is a rare species of swallowtail butterfly found from Nepal and north India east to north Vietnam. The common name literally means "Emperor of India". The Kaiser-i-hind is much sought after by butterfly collectors for its beauty and rarity.The green iridescence of the wings has been found to be due to three-dimensional photonic structure of the scales and is the subject of much research.
Un arquitecto con alas que hace hornos de barro El hornero (Furnarius) es un género de aves paseriformes de la familia Furnariidae. Reciben su nombre por la forma de horno que tienen sus nidos construidos con barro. Se pueden ver en Brasil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia y Argentina, país donde es el ave nacional. Otros nombres con los que se conoce a este pájaro son tiluchi, casero o alonsito. En estas imágenes se puede ver a una pareja de horneros durante todo el proceso de…
Gargoyle, from the French gargouille, likely to mean "throat" or "gullet Latin gurgulio, gula, gargula ("gullet" or "throat") and similar words derived from the root gar, "to swallow", which represented the gurgling sound of water ( Portuguese garganta, "throat"; gárgola, "gargoyle gutter."
The Ouroboros ("tail-devourer") is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle. In ancient Egypt, it represented the sun and its eternal cyclical movement. Adopted by the Greeks, Romans and Norse as well as Hindu, Ashanti and Aztec, the meaning of the Ouroboros has widened to symbolise the cycle of life and death and by extension: infinity.