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Origami Owlets and Other Foldable Creature Cuteness


First, we brought you RoboZoo. And while mechanical animals are cool, we still love paper. So we rounded up an ark-full of origami bears, birds and bugs.
Wildlife biologist Bernie Peyton has been working with origami for more than 50 years, almost as long as he’s been interested in conservation. Peyton, who has a doctorate in zoology from the University of California, Berkeley, wants to enliven environmental issues for the masses, and origami, he says, appeals to people of all ages.
"I write a lot of boring [academic] articles nobody reads, but conservation also has to appeal to the emotional side," Peyton told Wired. "That’s why I do art."
He chose origami because its fragility complements “the ephemeral nature of our world,” he said.  Plus, he uses his experience as a field biologist to inform how he molds paper into cacti, bears, kangaroo rats, snakes and polar bears, all of which he’s spent considerable time with.
"I don’t fold anything I don’t have a personal experience with," he said.
"The decades I spent as a field biologist enabled me to breath life into my own creations," he writes on his website.
He recently showcased some of his creations during the Bay Area Science Festival Nov. 1 and 2 at a gallery in Berkeley. Enjoy.



(via Origami Owlets and Other Foldable Creature Cuteness | Wired Science | Wired.com)

Origami Owlets and Other Foldable Creature Cuteness

Polar Bears

Red-eyed Frogs

(via Origami Owlets and Other Foldable Creature Cuteness | Wired Science | Wired.com)