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This is what Christmas looked like 100 years ago. You can still see it in the Christmas Museum Salzburg. 😍😍😍 All the year round. A lovely second Advent Sunday to you all!🕯🕯 So sah Weihnachten vor 100 Jahren aus. Noch zu sehen im Weihnachtsmuseum Salzburg. 😍😍😍 Das ganze Jahr über. Einen schönen zweiten Advent Euch allen. 🕯🕯 #salzburgösterreich #salzburgaustria #weihnachtsmuseumsalzburg #weihnachtsmuseum #christmasmuseum #christmas2018countdown #christbaum #christbaumschmuck #christbaumkugeln #christmastreedecorating #otannenbaum #advent2018 #museumphotography #museumphotographer #travelphotography📷 #beautifuleurope #cityphotos #cityphotographer #winterphotos #citytravels #städtetour #europetravels #europetraveller #städtereisen #citytrips #christmasaustria #christmastraditions🎄 #weihnachtsideen #christmasidea

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Hands down my favorite dinosaur as a young kid. The Triceratops just looks awesome. Am I wrong? #sigmaart #viewbug #canon5dmarkiv #dinosaurs #morianhallofpaleontology #hmns #museumphotographer

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denisebaynhamphotography

So awesome to photograph some of the iconic Crown Lynn collection at work this week. The swan holds a special place in my heart as my beautiful grandmother had a couple of these in her home when I was growing up. 💙 #aucklandmuseum #crownlynn #crownlynnswan #crownlynnpotteries #swan #nzceramics #nzicon #kiwiana #kiwimemories #museumphotographer #museumlife #noordinaryjob #photographydaily #lifethroughalens

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#Repost @smithsoniannmnh ・・・ In a new study published today in “Current Biology,” @smithsoniannmnh predoctoral fellow Carlos Mauricio Peredo and collaborators describe Maiabalaena nesbittae, a whale that lived about 33 million years ago. Because of its age, paleontologists suspected Maiabalaena might hold important clues about the evolution of baleen—the flexible hair-like plates that blue whales and other marine mammals use to filter feed. The researchers determined that the 15-foot whale had neither teeth, nor baleen. “For the first time, we can now pin down the origin of filter feeding, which is one of the major innovations in whale history,” said Nicholas Pyenson a co-author of the study and the Smithsonian’s Fossil Marine Mammal Curator. (Artistic reconstruction of a Maiabalaena mother and calf by @aboersmaillustration ) #museum #photographer #museumphotographer #naturalhistory #whale #ocean #conservation

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