Long Legs On the Beach
Local emus take a break from the red sand of the desert, enjoying the white for a change.
Nugget Point Lighthouse - Southland, New Zealand
Edge of the World
Cliffs along the Great Australian Bight, spanning the border between Western Australia and South…
Not Your Average Holiday BBQ
Diners at the Iberostar Hotel in Tunisia select their own cut to be cooked by the chef.
[I have no…
Dark Side Of the Turtle
A sea turtle provides a modicum of shelter for baitfish attempting to evade the eyes of hungry…
On stick-charts, the sticks represent wave patterns and shells mark the atolls. Marshall Islands, Micronesia, May 1967.Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic
Only Terrifying If You’re A Jellyfish
Inside the mouth of a Leatherback Turtle, the largest turtle in the world. The ‘spikes’ are…
Australia, Living Up To Its Stereotypes Yet Again
Dingo eating a shark, Fraser Island QLD.
Nothing Messes With Big Oil and Lives. Nothing.
This marlin bit off more than it could chew off the coast of Angola. This is the floating load…
When something bumps into a dinoflagellate, the impact triggers a chemical reaction that ends in a burst of light. The more dinoflagellates, the more they bump. A shallow lagoon like Mosquito Bay is home to a massive number of dinoflagellates. So a splash can set off a chain reaction of collisions—and a psychedelic light show.
dinoflagellates, via : http://www.amnh.org/explore/behind-the-scenes#