Ó lá go lá, mo thuras,
An bealach fada romham.
Ó oíche go hoíche, mo thuras,
Na scéalta nach mbeidh a choích.
This tortoise just reminded me that I should probably have dinner sometime today.
Posting it here in case you forgot to eat as well.
It looks like those scales evolved to provide an easy grip for handlers, but let me tell you, looks can deceive.
I … I am no longer certain how pupils work.
If you’re not careful and drop one, it can form a little snakepile.
Symptoms from a green mamba bite include local pain and swelling, local necrosis, ataxia, headache, drowsiness, difficulty breathing, vertigo, hypotension, diarrhea, dizziness, and paralysis and death.
Symptoms from influenza include fever and chills, cough, nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, hoarseness, ear pressure, earache, muscle aches, fatigue, headache, irritated eyes, flushed skin, petechial rash, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and death.
You can get a shot to reduce the impact of one of these and, as a bonus, it also protects those around you.
Gonna bet that, until today, you hardly spent any time thinking about snake lips
Nike and Adidas are having difficulty breaking into the banded iguana market.
Another fun use of the wide angle macro lens.
According to Reptiles Magazine: “Breeding is not as violent as with many chelonian species, but it is as ardent as with any turtle.”
Going to have replace “____ like bunnies” with “turtles” from now on.
Emerald monitor checking out the wide angle macro lens that lets me pretend to be in a BBC documentary.
Though something of an acquired taste, produce vendors are predicting a lucrative future in biteyfruit.
Gharial formulating his response to a comment on GameSpot.
Friendly snake just wants to say “hi”.
This turtle observes that yesterday, the socialfeeds were all about a bombing in Hawaii and now everyone is talking about vikings.
This turtle is afraid she is traveling backward in time.
This turtle stayed up all night worrying that insomnia and anxiety were going to make it hard to work today.
When you are insufferably proud of your ability to grow a bit of facial hair*.
* or pigment**
** or protuberances
This photo, being posted on November 1st) marks the last in the queue.
Stay tuned to see if I get any processed and uploaded over the next several days.
When I was setting up to do the holiday themed shots, it was hard to work with the bearded dragon – mostly because there were a bunch of tiny bugs on the black fabric.
Thought you might like to see a gharial that’s more in focus.