Sort of reminds me of the starnosed-mole.
However based on how the Trumpster behaves and what we have found out about him ovr the campaign these may be a more apt likeness.
been some time…
found this site off of a LiveScience tweet about Peacock spiders… clean and simple site about one type of spiders, wonderful videos I’m thinking folks will enjoy…
I just finished reading, In A Sunburned Country, by Bill Bryson. I have now read it 4-5 times as well as listening to him read it. It’s on my top 10 list for a fascinating subject as well as his unique view of the world. Look him up!
I was doing some browsing looking at maps, Aboriginal issues, water when I came on this website about Australian Antarctic Research, Antarctic exploration and science being one of my interests.
This site process once again, the wonders, if only minor of the internet. From Utah, SLC, I can watch videos of Australian science! I hope the wonders of the internet never become jaded for me and for those who follow.
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! Insects are a feast for photographers. Convenient. Small. Local. Bizarre. Colorful. I’ve been a bug lover for as long as I can recall. Its one of the reasons I started working at trying to be a photographer. Its a part of the world surrounding us, yet hidden, unless we take the time and. strange looks from others as we get down on our knees, nose to the ground, grabbing a glimpse when we can, of this overlooked world, during the mad rush of living. Fortunate for us to have photographers who scoot down to the level of this world and show us it’s unique beauty and the strange adaptions they’ve evolved to be the dominant inhabitants of Earth. Enjoy!
PS: We’ve got nothing on Bugs.