Bioland Project Episode 3

Didn’t update my blog post for exactly 1 month. Hmmm….life is too “interesting” these day. Okay! This will be the last episode of Bioland Project this season. Expect to see new update for this series with more improvements in my September sem break. Click Image below to enjoy~ (20 Images, 2.0mb)

…:::Marine & Aquaculture Section:::…

More gold fishes here.

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As usual, taking photos of fishes underwater is challenging. Will find out better techniques soon!

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Introduction to genetics

Mutant frog with multiple legs.

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Frog’s albinism. Ultimately rare for it to grow into adult size!

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The red eyes recessive alleles to black.

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Reproduction~

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Thousands of eggsss…

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When they live together~

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Wild chick infiltration into my area.

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Last pic of dragonfly larva.

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A lil bit more of simple water grasses.

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…:::Land Section:::…

Ancient lizard… It’s so old that it started to lose colour pigments.

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Full bloom of dragonfruit flower at night. Credits go to my dad who took this pic for me!

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Random flowers…

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Jackfruit in development stage…

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This season ends with a grasshopper!

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Well then, thanks a lot for following my Bioland Project series. See you again in September!

<<<Brought to you by rayyeow’s Concept Lab>>>

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Posted on May 29, 2010, in Life In Malaysia. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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