Leafy Sea Dragon
The ornately camouflaged leafy sea dragon is found in the waters off south and east Australia, and are closely related to seahorses and pipefish. They are poor swimmers so primarily rely on their leafy disguise to avoid predators.
The pipistrelle is a small microbat whose very large range extends across most of Europe, North Africa, South Asia, and have teeth which are not even strong enough to break our skin.
While the original photographer has increased the saturation to highlight the remarkable coloring, the Indian giant squirrel does have an impressive multicolored coat of fur.
Cue Jaws theme
You can hear the Jaws theme of “duuuunnn dunn” in your imagination as you look at the lurking fish beneath the dragonfly on the water.
April 26, 2023
Aliens? No, these phenomena are known as ‘red sprites,’ which are large scale electrical discharges high above thunderstorms in the upper atmosphere.
April 20, 2023
One, two, three and…
Photo: Sergey Savvi
Two lizards more than likely in a quarrel appear as though they are dancing in this photo titled “Martian Tango” by Sergey Savvi.
April 18, 2023
Photo: Paul Soulders
After multiple attempts, photographer Paul Soulders was able to capture a penguin leaping in the air at the perfect moment.
April 13, 2023
Lesser blind mole-rat
The Spalax leucodon, also known as the lesser blind mole-rat, have rudimentary eyes located under the skin which gives the impression that they have no eyes.
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