The absolute magnificence of nature

Chrysina limbata is a species of scarab beetle found in Costa Rica and in the tropical rainforests of Mexico and South America.
Can you see the leopard in this photo?
113-million-year-old dinosaur tracks revealed by Texas drought in August 2022.
📷 Paul Baker/Friends of Dinosaur Valley
There’s new learning about ocean sunfish, one of the heaviest bony fish in the world. A tweet has shown how the giant sunfish looks and how tiny their babies are
Nearly Frozen Waves Captured On Camera By Nantucket Photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh
This Circular Island in Argentina Not Only Floats, But Also Rotates Constantly
South America’s second longest river, the Paraná, which has a length of 4,880 kilometers, flows through three countries: Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. 4,880 kilometers is no short distance – it gives plenty of opportunities for discovering amazing things. In the case of the Paraná, one of the most exciting discoveries was made at its delta: an island 120 meters in diameter, almost completely circular in shape, and floating freely on its axis.
Alligator Eyes Shining In A Florida River, Myakka River State Park.
Flying Duck Orchid
Photographer Angus James was fortunate enough to capture this shot. He said :
“As l was pulling my lure from the fish to release back into the water, l noticed two little eyes looking back at me from inside the fish’s mouth. After capturing this picture, the little green tree frog leaped straight past my head onto the nearest tree.
It was one of the coolest things l have seen in my life. This is one lucky frog !”🐸
Credit : WildAware
Arctic Hares

Wraparound spider from Australia – don’t click if you are arachnophobic!

Breathtaking Taiwan Blue Magpie.
Photo: @joinus12345
A snake enjoying the rain.
Photo: Rex

If you are interested in reading more about the absolute magnificence of nature, I recommend Hasan Jasim. and David Attenborough fans. However, if you are soft-hearted and find sad stories too much for you, this may not be the site for you as there are some of those featured. Almost all of them have happy endings though, so that is a big plus.

Author: Janet Carr

Fashion, beauty and animal loving language consultant from South Africa living in Stockholm, Sweden.

3 thoughts

  1. I cheated and used a magnifying glass to find the leopard. Amazing! as were each of the other shots. Thank you.

  2. Nature is amazing and the natural world is better for the planet than humans. We need to learn how to get back to living alongside our planet instead of destroying it in the name of profit. Capitalism has failed the planet and the people who generate the wealth for the few.

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