Gravity Bone (nom) by Hahc21. Gravity Bone is a freeware video game developed by Blendo Games and released in 2008. Built on the Quake II engine, the game included music from various films. It was well received by critics, who considered it to have a cohesive story, atmosphere and its ability to catch the player's interest over a very short time span without feeling rushed or incomplete.
Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. (nom) by Maky. Lyon (1875–1942) was an American mammalogist, bacteriologist, and pathologist. He published more than 160 papers and formally described six species, three genera, and one family.
Laura Secord (nom) by Curly Turkey. Secord (1775–1868) was a Canadian heroine of the War of 1812 best known for warning the British of an impending American attack. The deed was almost unrecognised during her lifetime, and Secord died in poverty. Although she now sees greater recognition, including various namesakes, most Canadians associate her name with an eponymous chocolate company.
List of airports in the Okanagan (nom), by TBrandley. The Okanagan, an area in British Columbia, Canada, is home to five airports, four heliports and three water aerodromes. These are found in three of the region's five cities.
Wes Brady (nom; related article), created by the Federal Writers' Project, restored and nominated by Chick Bowen. Brady, a former slave, is shown here as photographed for the Slave Narrative Collection. The American federal project was undertaken between 1936 and 1938 and recorded numerous narratives of former slaves.
Gulf Fritillary (nom; related article), created by Wilfredor. The Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae) is a migratory butterfly found in the Americas. They are partially protected from predators by their toxic flesh.
NGC 2467, a star-forming region, popularly known as the "Skull and Crossbones nebula"