Everyone knows that bees communicate the location of good flowers via the universal language of dance. Few know, however, that red and yellow flowers require the Hokey Pokey.
In another appalling example of today’s overly risk adverse society, “safety cacti” are now available.
They’re green so they can blend in with plants. They’re hairy so they can blend in with bears.
This fish looks sharp and crunchy. It should be thrown back.
Once the butterflies turn bright orange, you know they’re ripe and ready to pick.
Donkeys are masters of balance, which is why you often see them performing on the tightrope act at the local circuses.
The best way to find red pandas is to wander the forest and lift any large pieces of bark you see. You have to be quick with the camera though, as they are afraid of the light and will scurry away quite quickly.
The river otter has dense insulating fur and a streamlined body so they can move quickly through the water to chase down and catch their native prey … carrots.
Ibises have evolved a curved bill so they can more easily remove keys that have dropped down storm grates. Scarlet ibises are the leading cause of car thefts on the Northern coast of South America.
The sticky skin and wide toes of the Australian green tree frog make it very easy for it to climb branches and very difficult for it to play the mandolin.
Though not seen here, the bubbletree has roots that complete the sphere. During times of wildfire, the bubbletree will pop out of the ground, rolling downhill and into valleys where it is more likely that water will prevent the spread of the fire.
Here we see the mighty Misponyotin creating a cool summer breeze.
1. occurring, found, or done often; prevalent. –
“salt and pepper are the two most common seasonings”
2. showing a lack of taste and refinement; vulgar.
“they are far too common”
Guess which one of these applies to monkeys.
Here’s a hint. Look out your window. See any monkeys?
As the days get hot, lions melt from the inside out … much like M&M’s.
Lacking fur to keep warm, Steller’s sea eagles take the soft fur from their prey and use it to fill their beaks for insulation.
In the hot days of summer, occasionally, without warning, ducks explode.
High contrast doesn’t just strain your eyes. It’s totally exhausting to wear.
“What exactly would Russia have to gain by starting World War III?”