bryantsupreme:

Ready for Autumn?

Bryant|DIGITAL Photography 

eisakux:

9/7に見たイボテングタケの幼菌。どこまで育ったかな。

ejobrien:

❤️😍😍😍😍

sublim-ature:

Bryce Canyon, UtahJames Phelps

sublim-ature:

Bryce Canyon, Utah
James Phelps

rorschachx:

The rare earless monitor lizard (Lanthanotus borneensis) has remained obscure since the last research was conducted on it in the 1960s. It lives underground and has adaptations such as a lack of external openings for its ears and small eyes and limbs. The animals are officially protected in Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, and Malaysia,the countries that make up Borneo. But in the last 2 years, private collectors have begun selling specimens from the wild. TRAFFIC,a wildlife trade monitoring network that is a partnership of conservation organizations,found the animals being offered for sale online in Europe. The organization says many of the lizards are being collected from the wild and smuggled out of Borneo and that the trade should be made illegal under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. All other species of monitor lizard are protected by the convention.
via Sciencemag.org

rorschachx:

The rare earless monitor lizard (Lanthanotus borneensis) has remained obscure since the last research was conducted on it in the 1960s. It lives underground and has adaptations such as a lack of external openings for its ears and small eyes and limbs. The animals are officially protected in Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, and Malaysia,the countries that make up Borneo. But in the last 2 years, private collectors have begun selling specimens from the wild. TRAFFIC,a wildlife trade monitoring network that is a partnership of conservation organizations,found the animals being offered for sale online in Europe. The organization says many of the lizards are being collected from the wild and smuggled out of Borneo and that the trade should be made illegal under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. All other species of monitor lizard are protected by the convention.

via Sciencemag.org

photojojo:

Germany-based photographer Bettina Güber proves with her latest series that stunning photos are often waiting to be taken in your own backyard.

In her simply titled series “Wednesday Evening,” Bettina captured macro photos of flowers covered in raindrops after a storm.

Stunning Macro Shots of Soaked Flower Petals

via Design Taxi