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Boiga Dendrophila by Mickaël Léger - Now if only there were a pair of platform heels as cool as this snake. But don't kill the snake.she's awesome.


/// Oh my gods stunning perfect I love this. /// A perfect iconic portrait of a beautiful bat. But I think it should be turned to show her with her head down, the more natural position.

Hawk Species at Hawk Mountain | Hawk Mountain Sanctuary: Raptor Conservation, Education, Observation & Research

Hawk Species at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary: Raptor Conservation, Education, Observation & Research

What big eyes you have! Adorable brown bat!

batsjustbats: “ Look at this large eyed creature ”

Bats under a full moon! Many tropical plant species depend entirely on bats for the distribution of their seeds. Bats are important in eating insect pests, reducing the need for pesticides.

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I think the Antarctic orcas are probably actually a different species of orca -Killer whale forms

Fascinating Photos, Fascinating World

Fascinating Photos, Fascinating World

Funny pictures about Eagles Have Large Talons. Oh, and cool pics about Eagles Have Large Talons. Also, Eagles Have Large Talons photos.

fabulous mantis - The English common name for any species in the order is "praying mantis", because of the typical "prayer-like" posture with folded fore-limbs, although the eggcorn "preying mantis" is sometimes used in reference to their predatory habits. In Europe and other regions, the name "praying mantis" refers to only a single species, Mantis religiosa

And were looking for alien life on distant planets! Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii) perhaps? So damn cool!

Treehopper... or alien?

Brazilian Treehopper - a real living insect, which only pretends to be an alien helicopter. Its other name is "The Bell Bearer"; part of its Latin moniker stands for these utterly bizarre spheroids on the top (they are not antennae!

A jeweled Spider.  Thanks to Pictures of this Universe (FB)

COLOR - primary colors of spider; Pretty, but keep it away from me!-) Colorful spider by Jäger & Sammler

Interesting little guy, Phyllodes imperialis caterpillar

Caterpillar stage of The Imperial Fruit Sucking Moth (Phyllodes imperialis) of the Noctuidae family. The species can be found in north-eastern Queensland to northern New South Wales, Papua New Guinea, Solomons, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

'Panda Bat': Researchers Discover New Genus Of Striped Creature, Niumbaha Superba, In South Sudan.

LOOK: New Genus Of Bat Looks A Lot Like A Panda

A new genus of bat discovered in South Sudan. It is so unique that a new genus needs to be created! Photo: DeeAnn Reeder, Bucknell University Associate Professor of Biology