48 posts tagged ecology
Perhaps not overly friendly, but absolutely beautiful. Eastern Indigo Snake at Archbold Biological Station.
Source: Carlton Ward Jr.: Extreme explorer with Pro Humanitate spirit (The Deacon Blog, Wake Forest University)
This might be a perfect April Fools’ Day picture… but it’s not.
UP: Squirrel monkeys
The wildness beauty of the sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae).
Source: Saving Indonesia’s Forest, North Carolina State University.
Well, though that the evolution of the whale was just the opposite, the quality of the drawing and its smart satire, compensates the “evolutionary laxity”.
Via Bizarro Blog
Yep, invasive species can become a serious problem.
Credit: Jack Ohman
Source: Cartoonist takes on classrooms-as-invasives-vector, Breaking Waves, Oregon State University
Fall colors blaze out in concentric rings from a lake in eastern Pomerania, Poland. The region on the south shore of the Baltic Sea is largely covered with farmland and vast swaths of forest.
Source ((Travel 365, National Geographic)