As a diver, I’d love to look up and see that. So incredible. Sharks get a bad rap, they don’t eat divers beneath them. From above, we don’t look like food. We have these big metal things on our back that mess with their
This is a crosspost, not a repost. There’s nothing wrong with crossposts, and considering the fact that it’s 7 months old, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with reposting it either. Reposting is ridiculous when it’s within days or weeks of the original post,
126 and my success rate wasn’t very good. It was very windy, the plant was moving, he was moving, but I’m very happy with what I got. Getting both the eye and the iridescence was hard.
That’s so cool! What kind of schooling did you do for that career? And have you worked with Sumatran tigers at all? They’re my favorite animal. And you should seriously do an AMA, so many questions popped into my mind that I want to
Last season they didn’t because he was just a cub and he was pretty timid. I’m not sure if UH plans on doing so in the future seasons. As long as they treat him ethically, I’d be all for that!
Wow she is beautiful! A swamp godess. Was anyone else wondering if humans lived underwater (like mermaids) would we have normal hair or swampy algae hair?
false. Although it is dangerous, snakes are generally not smart enough to say “I should stop eating this because it’s still alive”. Constrictors and venomous snakes generally wait until the food is dead before devouring but sometimes they get overzealous and just eat without
It’s a theme with the other subreddits, and it has a following due to the generally high-quality content they provide. To change the suffix would be to give in to an insecurity about superficial appearances, which is a judgement made out of fear and
[Apparently Ibexes love dams.](http://i.imgur.com/Jq4Qgpe.jpg) They have an intense desire to lick salt to supplement their meager sodium intake. Most natural rocks in the area are weathered and the salt is long gone, but when rock is brought out of the ground it still contains
Narwhals have learned the hard way, that they should all point in the same direction in gatherings of this sort. Edit: Only the males have tusks and all but one of these individuals has a visible tusk. I wonder if the small one without
If anyone is curious why his fur is like that, bison have two coats. An inner, cow-like coat, and the big wooly outer coat. The wooly one is shed every spring, and the one in the photo has his half-molted.
Since there are 8 different species of [sea eagles](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_eagle), I assume this is the [White-tailed Eagle](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White-tailed_Eagle) (which is simply called “Sea Eagle” in many European languages).
no problem, upvoted it 🙂 i love them 🙂 but so sad that they are so expensive and difficult to breed =(
Thank you! He is! He’s always moving around the cage and leaping after crickets! Usually he flips out when I try to take a picture of him but this time he sat still!
Reminds me of the wonderful video taken by IFAW of an Amur tiger being released back into the wild after rehabilitation. So much power. Obligatory video link – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDkZEUGRzMQ
“It’s a trap! Cracker Please to Arctic Fox, Cracker Please to Arctic Fox, put down the salmon and step out of the building!”
Definitely introduced. The only horses that are native *anywhere* are in [Mongolia](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse#Taxonomy_and_evolution), [Przewalski’s horse](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Przewalski%27s_horse). [Icelandic horses](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icelandic_horse) were introduced to Iceland the same time it was settled by Scandinavian settlers, in the 9th and 10th centuries. Due to careful selective breeding and isolation from other
Look at his archive http://www.erblicken.com/archive/ and tell me that those are photographs. They may have started as photographs but the amount of manipulation makes them CG. for example: http://www.erblicken.com/archive/702/sloth-bear-lippenbaerin-devi http://www.erblicken.com/archive/703/keep-cool http://www.erblicken.com/archive/708/mountain-lion-bergloewe
Was sitting in the park one day when a peregrine falcon sort of crash landed in a tree briefly. Had red-winged blackbirds just going crazy chasing and attacking it. As it left the tree we saw that it had one in it’s talons. Then
The thumbnail on my phone looks like the hulk bending over to see something tiny
There are [crocodiles](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orinoco_crocodile) out that way too. (Close enough to eat piranhas, anyway.) That one looks like a (spectacled?) caiman, though.
Not if everyone thinks like you and chip in to help polar bears and our mother earth for that matter 🙂 Here’s a very do-able [list](http://www.polarbearsinternational.org/about-polar-bears/tips-scientists-help-polar-bears) for anyone – just a matter of changing few habits, very simple things like “don’t waste food”, “use
Do you ever question your life? Do you ever wonder why? Do you ever see in your dreams.. All the cattle in the sky? Oh, tell me why… Do we herd cattle in the sky. Oh, tell me why… All the cattle way up
I have an extremely hard time believing a title like that. It seems like it’s designed for mindless up votes.