Whale Of A Tail

While searching for my “beautiful” dicot stem diagram, guess what I came across?

Are you ready for it? *drum roll intensifies*

I present to you, a drawing of a humpback whale’s fluke. Honestly, I thought I threw it in the trash cause it looked so bad (at the time I drew this), but know that I look at it: it’s pretty neat!

Until then, fellow readers! See you next Monday.

-Silver Stone

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  1. It is AWESOME SS YOU HAVE T A L E N T
    Oh my gosh dicots and monocots… In the transverse section of a dicot stem the vascular bundles are scattered in the ground tissue-
    ajksdhdsja are you doing something similar
    Bio nerds uniTE LMAO
    Okay but seriously that whale fluke drawing is f a b
    Have a good day!
    stay sticky,
    [pbs}

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    1. Aww, thanks a million SG!! 😊😁
      You’re absolutely correct, and yes; we bio nerds shall unite! (Even though I finished learning this in 11th itself, lol)
      I didn’t know you guys are learning this chapter so early…..how are you finding it, btw?

      Thanks!! Have a great day ahead, buddy πŸ˜„

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      1. Haha, that’s how it is πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
        The secondary growth part in dicot root is waaaaay more annoying than the dicot stem part. But I used to personally dislike the chapter biomolecules so much (idk why, though)

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