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Este viernes es el estreno mundial de Jurassic World, la tercera secuela de la inolvidable Jurassic Park, y hay muchas ganas de nuevos rugidos. Abrimos boca (nunca mejor dicho) con esta infografía con todos los datos del nuevo parque. Es un trabajo de Álvaro Stuardo y Daniel Mansilla e ilustrado por Alfredo Cáceres que hemos podido ver en el chileno La Tercera.La Tercera, del 6 de junio de 2015.No te pierdas ninguna publicación del blog siguiéndonos en Twitter.

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Self-resistance is an ancient form of exercise requiring no weights or equipment, which can be done anywhere, anytime. Also known as "dynamic tension" or "isometrics."

Self-resistance is an ancient form of exercise requiring no weights or equipment, which can be done anywhere, anytime. Also known as "dynamic tension" or "isometrics.

Lobos del mundo

Wolves of the world . Ethiopian wolves are canids, but not actual members of the wolf species. All true wolves (including domestic dogs) are listed under CANIS LUPUS, while the Ethiopian wolf is listed under CANIS SIMENSIS.

Adult and juvenile Atlasaurus dinosaurs in scale with a modern-day person. This species of plant-eating dinosaur had some of the oddest leg and neck proportions in its lineage.

Adult and juvenile Atlasaurus dinosaurs in scale with a modern-day person. This species of plant-eating dinosaur had some of the oddest leg and neck proportions in its lineage.

Plotosaurus, Hainosaurus, Tylosaurus // C. M. Kosemen #mosasaur

Mosasaurs were gigantic, sea-dwelling relatives monitor lizards that lived at the time of the dinosaurs. Some of them grew to enormous sizes. I made measured drawings of three mosasaur species.

Various species of Ceratosaurus in scale with a human being. From the right to left, C. dentisculatus, C. nasicornis, C. magnicornis, juvenile specimen. Buy a print of this work at Zazzle.com www.cmkosemen.com

Various species of Ceratosaurus in scale with a human being. From the right to left, C. dentisculatus, C. nasicornis, C. magnicornis, juvenile specimen. Buy a print of this work at Zazzle.com www.cmkosemen.com