Discussion in 'The Natural World' started by Toroid, Jul 19, 2016.
Reminds me of the bat signal.
Are you going to eat those peas?
Rare black barn owl...
17-foot white shark caught off Nova Scotia declared a 3,541-pound ‘Queen of the Ocean’
This is a single mosaic image of the world’s second biggest tree, a sequoia called 'The President'. Comprised of 126 Frames, 2 Billion Leaves, and at 75.3 m tall, the sight is quite impressive.
I have pages of beautiful natural pics that I picked up in my travels around the internet. Unfortunately, back then I didn't know how to do much else on a computer except to save files of pics. I have no recall as to where most of them came from.
we've all been there ... at some point ... haven't we?
Those birds flap their wings at 30 times a second or something don't they ? Awesome.
With the body of a parrot and the head of a vulture, the Dracula parrot is unnerving and beautiful all at once.
Rainbow Lorikeets Tasmania.
That kinda looks like neon.
Yep colourful little devils. These ones are variegated fairy wrens and they noted for their sexual dimorphism.
Separate names with a comma.