the-zoological-society: Velvet Worm (Euperipatoides rowelli)
This velvet worm was photographed during a JCU field trip to Mt. Zero/Taravale Reserve, near the town of Paluma, Queensland, Australia.
(by Stephen Zozaya)
My queue needs something other then big cats and sharks! Reblog or like if I can search your archive.
As much as I love big cats and sharks, I think I need to change it up a bit :D
Common Kingfisher. Photo by FrancoBorsiWildlife
Sailfish with Sardine Baitball - Isla Mujeres, Mexico by James R.D. Scott
The Magical World of Living Light
This is the mysterious spectacle of bioluminescence. Its hard not to revel in the beauty of this remarkable natural phenomenon. These glowing creatures are primarily a product of the ocean. They are the primary source of light in the largest and darkest area of habitable land on Earth, the deep sea. On land, they are most commonly seen as glowing fungus on wood (foxfire) or in the few families of luminous insects (fireflies).
A mallard pecking a brown rat while scrounging for food underneath a garden bird feeder in the Lake District
Picture: Oliver Wright/Solent