Mama cats come with built-in kitten toys.
Leopards will haul their prey up tall trees, allowing them to eat the carcass in peace, away from other predators.
Leopard tortoises do not do this.
Every place the light touches is his kingdom, which is politically problematic as water attenuates electromagnetic signals differently depending on light frequency and water quality.
To avoid annoying their friends, most duikers won’t share, but many will lik this post.
Panda eating the rare grapefruit bamboo.
This bear is in love with Albert Mooney, but knows he doesn’t stand a chance because there’s another and she is both handsome and pretty.
This leopard cub is quite young and inexperienced and still believes that an Amazon.com two day delivery will arrive in two days.
Fossa suspecting that Michael Franti was wrong and that most revolutions actually come with a great many warnings and that, in truth, most people in power simply ignore them.
In the United States, farmers have started spraying entire fields of llamas to reduce the spotting.
This crocodile hasn’t learned much in its short life, but has three observations worth sharing:
- People tell you who they are with actions, not words
- People can change quite significantly over the course of their life
- People cannot force change in others, just themselves
I have been accused of having a fondness for animal tongue photos.
In my defense, animal tongue photos are really neat.
Yes, it’s just a simplified bower, made by a bowerbird. Not very impressive to look at … until you realize that we have no idea which bird behavior is new and which have continued since the age of the dinosaurs.
Did dinosaurs make bowers? We don’t know, but would you want to live in a world where they didn’t?
The way is up along the road
The air is growing thin
Too many friends who tried
Blown off this mountain with the wind
This self-referential koala loves this post.
This leiothrix esteems today’s English to be codswallop, unintelligible to our longfathers.
Holonyms and their associated meronyms, to the nethermost level, a panoply of prodigious constellation, are the crinkum-crankum of the Queen’s tongue, not fandangles for nithings and dandiprats besotted by linguistic errantry.
Today, disconfustication, for elucidation, has hithered our language toward palaverous flummery.
To rectify this situation, hereupon we ought cease mollycoddling those lollygagging lurdans, abjure modernity, and espouse lexical involution.
I’m not great at botany, but I’m pretty sure this is not poison ivy.
Pandas look much as you’d expect in UV, but I really like how the bamboo is so reflective.
In UV, everyone looks like they’re blushing.
When you convert UV to black and white, it looks a lot like every other black and white photo.