Turtles and Tortoises
Loggerhead Fine Art Print
Mortality and Aging Not the Same for All Species, Study Suggests by James A. Foley, natureworldnews: While some organisms, like humans, are strong in their youth and grow weaker as they age, the opposite is true for some species, while others seem to be unaffected by age at all. (Mortality for the desert tortoise decreases with age and its strength increases.) Photo via Wikimedia Commons. #Evolutionary_Biology #Animals #Mortality #Aging
Tortoise shell inspiration. There's almost a touch of green with the brown, orange and gold. Very warm; I can see this for a living room, den, family room or bedroom. These are mature colors (no acid or electric hues or pastels) so I can also see more solid furnishings, brocade or damask upholstery and draperies. Not suited for chrome and glass!
In chapter three a turtle is slowly moving, trying to get across the road. Many obstacles are in his way and a car even tries to kill him. This turtle represents the migrant workers and their many struggles and how their only home is wherever they are at that moment - just like a turtle with his shell. -- Mac