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very nice!! :D
brilliant colour changes!
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Thank you!
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Glaucus atlanticus
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I saw it and immediately recognized it ^^, brilliant design!
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perfect!
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Thank you! :-)
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Very cool!
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very nice, but whats a...glaucus atlanticus?
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philipinorigami101 wrote:very nice, but whats a...glaucus atlanticus?
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glaucus_atlanticus
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i think i will look up the english version...thx anyway, looks great :)
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I will most likely order the book if an English version is printed, but Great Models!
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philipinorigami101 wrote:i think i will look up the english version
Glaucus atlanticus is the "English version"...it is the scientific name of what some people call a sea swallow. Every organism has a scientific name, but not all organisms have common names. Examples:

Homo sapiens = human
Pan troglodytes = chimpanzee
Panthera leo = lion
Corvus brachyrhynchos = crow
Eunectes murinus = green anaconda
Cocos nucifera = coconut palm
Tyrannosaurus rex (none)
Anomalocaris canadensis (none)

Scientific names are universal -- the same in any language. Common names are different in every language. By convention, scientific names must always appear in a different typeface than the surrounding text -- usually this means they're written in italics (unless, of course, all the surrounding text is already in italics).
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dinogami, i know that "glaucus atlanticus" is in english, i ment the page Argil linked.
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philipinorigami101 wrote:dinogami, i know that "glaucus atlanticus" is in english, i ment the page Argil linked.
Ah...my bad! Well, hopefully my post was educational for someone...!
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IT was educational to me Dinogami. Thanks :D
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