Discussion in 'The Natural World' started by Toroid, Jul 19, 2016.
tufted titmouse. singing beautiful songs!
turkey buzzards.. they were munchin on something by the compost pile. i scared them upon opening the sliding glass door. goodness they are MASSIVE!!
Meet the Cownose Ray
We have these around here. They are apparently 'social' and get along well in groups. I saw a mess of them chowing down on a deer carcass out back. Ahhhh, the revolting beauty of the Cycle of Life. Please don't s**t that all over my truck ....
Lithops, commonly known as “living stones,” are plants native to the dry climates of Southern Africa. They look just like a couple of pebbles, and this camouflage prevents hungry, thirsty animals from gobbling them up during a drought.
NASA releases photo of two galaxies colliding.
NASA released a stunning photo showing two galaxies colliding
This is an "Orange Tortoise Orb-weaver spider" from South America
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This is the Norwich Cropper Pigeon
Baby King Penguins wait for their parents to return from sea.
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Camping in the Gold Butte National Monument allowed us to explore Little Finland.
This is a baby “Geep”, a hybrid offspring of a sheep and a goat.
The Pesquet's Parrot also known as the Vulturine Parrot.
The camouflage of the Baron Caterpillar, a master of disguise.
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