Wow ! Colorful coral and Seahorses - sea life

Seahorses are found in shallow tropical and temperate waters throughout the world.named "Hippocampus" comes from the Ancient Greek word hippos. meaning "horse" and kampos meaning "sea monster".

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This guy is early celebrating his Friday night fever! Frog Saturday night fever : This rhythmic reptile was caught strutting its stuff on a branch in Indonesia.

Mantis; looks so wise and ancient. Wonder if Mantis miss Eden too?

Mantis - bogomolka -looks so wise and ancient. Wonder if Mantis miss Eden too?


Bu ne güzellik İyi geceler Credit to : Wonderful Africa Leopard Photograph By

Helioceras heteromorph ammonite

Love these kind of things: Helioceras heteromorph ammonite model extinct fossil - the soft parts are hypothetical, and may have been much more cool or colorful.

Cutie kikkers

"Playmates" by Saelan Wangsa - I don't think this is how you play Leap Frog.


Plush Pink Peacock I love peacocks. They are so beautiful. And the background color with the peacock color is just amazingly beautiful.

Neon jellyfish by Tambako the Jaguar, via Flickr

one day i'll commission someone to fill my home with glass jellyfish lamps. Or anything jellyfish.

This fish reminds us of our Augustus!

Lightning maroon clown fish Animals,Animals-Aquatic,under the sea!,Underwater World,

Lettuce slug, Curacao... I usually don't care for slugs, however this one knows how to pull off those colors .

Lettuce slugs are sapsucking slugs with lots of ruffled skin flaps and varying greatly in color.

These are the most beautiful colors I've seen, perfect harmony.

The Maxima Clam(Tridacna maxima) also known as the Small Giant Clam or the blue-lipped clam is one of the most widely recognized species of giant clams. The beauty of its mantle with its rich variety.

Prachtige paarse Pauw

The colours of this peacock are beautiful-great inspiration for a DIY marbling project. I've never seen a peacock this colour - but sure is inspiring for some of my creative work

“” GAMBIAN SPOTTED-EYE FLOWER MANTIS (Pseudoharpax virescens) ©Igor Siwanowicz Pseudoharpax virescens, common name Gambian spotted-eye flower mantis, is a species of praying mantis native to Gambia.