Webbed tree

The knotted branches of Strangler Fig tree (also known as Spider’s Web tree) taken in Nanning, Guangxi, China. 

Good morning

A cute silver fox gets right underneath the parent’s snout in this candid photograph by Tin Man Lee which won the Wildlife Category of Nature’s Best Photography in the 2018 Windland Awards.

Ghost fungi

The Omphalotus nidiformis, also known as the Ghost fungus, is found in Australia and mostly known for it’s bioluminescent properties.

Met Gala bug

The Saturniidae Moth Caterpillar is a spectacular sight to behold and appears to be the most colorful and fancy caterpillar on Earth.

Hitchhiking flowers

While we can imagine a story where these sunflowers are thumbing their way across the country, the Helianthus annuus can easily sprout through cracks in asphalt.

Whale naps

Sperm whales spend 7% of their day in these vertical positions near the surface of the water, where they sleep for 10 to 15 minutes at a time.

Damselfly

Damselflies are very similar to dragonflies, but you can differentiate between the two by the way damselflies rest with their wings closed.

Lava dome

Captured in 1969 at the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii, this incredibly rare symmetrical dome of lava is 65-feet high.

Mud bath

A baby Bushpig wades in a pool of mud. When fully grown, the Bushpigs of Africa would not be considered cute animals by any means, but we have to say this little fella is adorable.

Crabodile

Introducing the ‘Crabodile,’ which is either an unlikely friendship between a crab and an albino crocodile, or this crab has discovered the perfect hiding spot.