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The translucent Pelagic Octopus #underwater #Pelagic Octopus

Puffer fish?

baby seagull

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other

zsazsabellagio.blogspot.com

A Very Hungry Caterpillar by Arief Perdana, telegraph.co.uk #Caterpillar

Tupaia - Tree Shrew - the buckteeth are simply adorable.

The Life Cycle of a Leaf by c0lliding-galaxies #Photography #Leaf_Life_Cycle #c0lliding_galaxies

Lilly moth

Malachite Kingfisher (Alcedo cristata) by Candice Swarts, taken in Rietvlei Nature Reserve, South Africa #Bird #Malachite_Kingfisher #Candice_Swarts

Chinese Lantern (physalis alkekengi) is a truly fascinating plant. First, there are little white flowers. Then, in late summer, they develop into fruits, protected by larger, papery pods – green at first, but later becoming bright orange, perfectly resembling little Chinese Lanterns! Inside is a perfect, red berry…But beware, it is an aggressive spreader, and only the red berry can be eaten. The rest of the plant is toxic! by babyccinoblog. #Chinese_Lantern_Plant #babyccinoblog

Igneous rocks formed from lava flows of the Archaean era (>2,700 million years ago) are often found to contain disequilibrium-textured crystals characterized by spherulitic, branching or dendritic morphologies that occur in layers near the flow surface.

"This rainforest frog is translucent enough you can see it's internal organs! Ah, nature.." via mike mccaffrey

Peacocks symbolise wisdom in Buddhist traditions. Peacocks can eat poisonous plants without being affected representing the transmutation of these into the nectar of wisdom or accomplishment.

"No! Stop touching me! I AM THE NIGHT!" (awwwwww...)

Oakworm Moth

Shield bug