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There was a Bird of paradise in Fulker's Hollow that had learned, somewhere, to mimic machinery. Hikers were sometimes startled, in mid-forest, to hear the rattle of a jackhammer, or a truck backing up...('Up Jumps the Devil,' bio of the Devil by Michael poore; Ecco/HarperCollins...see Barnes & Noble, Indienet, Amazon, or mikepoorehome.net ) mikepoorehome.net )

There was a Bird of paradise in Fulker's Hollow that had learned, somewhere, to mimic machinery. Hikers were sometimes startled, in mid-forest, to hear the rattle of a jackhammer, or a truck backing up...('Up Jumps the Devil,' bio of the Devil by Michael poore; Ecco/HarperCollins...see Barnes & Noble, Indienet, Amazon, or mikepoorehome.net ) mikepoorehome.net )

Aporia crataegi - Iberian  #butterfly

Aporia crataegi - Iberian #butterfly

Exotic Winter Dance - Japanese Red-Crowned Cranes - Marsel van Oosten

Exotic Winter Dance - Japanese Red-Crowned Cranes - Marsel van Oosten

Fawn Pile

Fawn Pile

Cottontop Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus), also known as the Pinché Tamarin, is a small New World monkey weighing less than 1lb (0.5 kg). It is found in tropical forest edges and secondary forests where it is arboreal and diurnal.

Cottontop Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus), also known as the Pinché Tamarin, is a small New World monkey weighing less than 1lb (0.5 kg). It is found in tropical forest edges and secondary forests where it is arboreal and diurnal.

Is this a free ride.. Or is it tonight's dinner?

Is this a free ride.. Or is it tonight's dinner?

In 2008, amateur photographer Sandra Critelli captured these stunning images of a mass migration of golden Cownose Rays while looking for whale sharks off the coast of Mexico. She said, “It was an unreal image, very difficult to describe. The surface of the water was covered by warm and different shades of gold and looked like a bed of autumn leaves gently moved by the wind.” The photo brings to mind M.C. Escher's tessellations.  via Bruce Zurakowski

In 2008, amateur photographer Sandra Critelli captured these stunning images of a mass migration of golden Cownose Rays while looking for whale sharks off the coast of Mexico. She said, “It was an unreal image, very difficult to describe. The surface of the water was covered by warm and different shades of gold and looked like a bed of autumn leaves gently moved by the wind.” The photo brings to mind M.C. Escher's tessellations. via Bruce Zurakowski

Blue magpie

Blue magpie

Panda Bears, China

Panda Bears, China