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A 3,200-year-old tree...

Funny pictures about One Large Tree. Oh, and cool pics about One Large Tree. Also, One Large Tree photos.

Snowy plover

Snowy plover

Snails

Snail {Talk about carrying a load! Are those other snails stuck to the big one or is it just amazing! It's amazing either way. Now I may never eat escargot again}

The National Audubon Society Mar 2 Purple Martins have been spotted in the Southeast, meaning other spring migrants won't be far behind. What early birds have you seen this year? — with Sabel Alejo and Xanado Sison.

Snail umbrella

“A Snail's Life”. Photographer Vyacheslav Mischenko captures gorgeous macro photographs of snails near his hometown of Berdichev, Ukraine. After being taught to hunt for mushrooms as a child, Vyacheslav has grown up with a keen eye for spotti.

Hey bitch. I'm horny

amazing horns : The horns of the male ibex can be over feet meter) long. Both male and female ibex have horns. The male has horns that are longer and heavily ridged, curving upward, backward and then downward.

Floating Stones Sculpture by Woods Davy. With the aid of hidden steel, each piece is assembled in such a way that they reflect the rolling waves of the tides that shaped and transported the rocks across the Mexican beach.

Can you use hostage negotiation techniques to improve your life at work and at home?

Title: Cantamar 05 02 11 Artist: Woods Davy (American) Year: 2011 Materials/Techniques: stone and granite

[This is the article with the video I told you about, of the chameleon changing color.  By the way, I don't think the color in this photo is genuine.  See the article for the same picture in real colors.] How a Chameleon Changes Color

How a Chameleon Changes Color

[This is the article with the video I told you about, of the chameleon changing color. By the way, I don't think the color in this photo is genuine. See the article for the same picture in real colors.] How a Chameleon Changes Color

Duck Pictures, Duck Hunting, Wood, Drake, Birdhouses, Birds, Wildlife, Animales, Woodwind Instrument

The above image is an example of commensalism because the spider is benefitting by building a web between the giselle's horns while the giselle is not being harmed or benefitted.

Talk about adaptation! This impala from the Kruger National Park in South Africa is now a mobile home for a spider with the spider's web spun between the impala's two horns. Image by Frank Soloman.

he: The Most Amazing Up-Close Snail Photos Youll Ever SeeUkrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko catches these unbelievably stunning up-close photographs of snails, and I've never wanted to be friends with a snail more than this moment.

The Most Amazing Up-Close Snail Photos You'll Ever See

Tale of Nature: Magical World Of Snails Captured In Macro Photography from Vyacheslav Mishchenko. Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko is passionat

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