Meet Mr. Camouflage, one of the special stars of sea life in the Lembeh Strait. I literally said “Whaaaaaaaat the f…” when I saw that amazing color change.
Isn’t evolution grand?
Here’s a feature from Science Friday on octopus and cuttlefish camo skills.
Gray reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) are known for being active at night. They are considered Near Threatened by the IUCN Red List due to fishing and the loss of their coral reef habitat. The sinister animal, with its sleek body, can be quite aggressive when directly threatened.
Photo: Tobias Friedrich, Nature’s Best Photography
A whale shark (Rhincodon typus) opens its huge mouth as fish hitch a ride on its back in Azores, Portugal. As you probably already know, the whale shark is the largest species of “fish” currently in existence.
(via: Guardian UK) (Photo: Nuno Sa/Barcroft Media)
Happy Easter for all! (in many languages).
- I have no clue where the hell came this image :-|
- I’m not sure what kind of lizard is `calibrating´ the eggs in the picture, probably a Komodo Dragon.
Red Fox catching mouse under snow - Squaw Creek, Park Country, Wyoming | image by Michael Eastman
Watch our otters go on an Easter egg hunt!
Perfection holy shit this is perfection in red ;A;
I am speechless and want to look at this at least once every day for the rest of my life.