If you haven’t seen these yet, they’re good fun!
Mohamed Babu from India, captured these amazing pictures last year after his wife noticed that ants turned white when they drank milk.
He dissolved sugar in food colouring solutions of red, green, blue and yellow and then placed them in his garden to attract ants. Some of them even moved between the different solutions, resulting in psychedelic colour combinations.
Species: Macracantha arcuata
Long-horned orb-weaver spider lives predominantly in primary forest. The purpose of their disproportionately long body horns remains a mystery.
Cheetahs run at about 104 km/h (64 mph) –that’s almost three times faster than some of the world’s top sprinters, who usually max out at 37.6 km/h (23.4 mph).
The beautiful Crown Jellyfish (Netrostoma setouchina) has a deep groove running around the bottom of the umbrella, giving them the appearance of a crown.
Some cool info:
♦ Jellyfish are 95% water.
♦ They have no heart, brain, blood, or gills.
♦ The body of the Jellyfish is called a bell.
♦ Their tentacles and arms are around their mouth.
♦ They use their tentacles to help sense and catch fish, shrimp, and zooplankton.
♦ They have roamed the seas for at least 500 million years.
Here are some slide shows made by some of intelligent students. Through this post i simply want to appreciate my friends who do great job by their hard work and very least appreciated by teachers . You can have an easy access to it by clicking the following
Scientific name: Hypercompe scribonia
The Giant Leopard Moth or Eyed Tiger Moth is a moth of the family Arctiidae. It is distributed throughout the Southern and Eastern United States from New England to Mexico. The obsolete name Ecpantheria scribonia is still occasionally encountered.
The level of detail in these is absolutely extraordinary. They’re the work of Italian artist Guido Daniele, who uses hands as his canvas.
One hand can take up to ten hours.
caiman, husky, gecko, crocodile, frog, python, squid, toucan, goat