Biodiversity in your latte drink.

I don't drink lattes myself, but these are pretty cool and fitting for the IYB.


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(From Flickr member, tonx)

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(From Flickr member, dasedesign)

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(From Flickr member, springleap.cpm)

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(From Flickr member, bun buku)

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(From Flickr member, springleap.com)

I'm actually surprised no-one has done a decent squid one yet (although if you know of one, do pass it along).

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