Well, this certainly isn’t a sight you see every day, readers. And lucky me, this news happens to thematically fit the Christmas season! Click the link to learn more: Incredible white moose spotted in the Swedish woods By Nick 19 March, 2021 An incredible never-seen-before white moose has been spotted in the Sweden. The stunning creature … Continue reading The Pale Moose
The hare was not the only one to receive some comeuppance from the tortoise, readers. Click the link to learn more about this fascinating story yourselves: Tough little turtle shows lions who’s the boss of watering hole By Nick 10 May, 2021 The African lion may be the king of animals, but this fearless tiny … Continue reading The Lion and the – Tortoise?!
Or it was, rather. Take a look at this article to learn more, readers. Unless you prefer to avoid the topics of arachnids, insects, and “land lobsters” that is! Acid-shooting ‘land lobsters’ live in Texas and are being spotted more after recent rains BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Texas – Big Bend National Park shared what might … Continue reading It’s an Invasion…!
Sort of? It is an armadillo lizard, and it is cute. But it really is not much of a dragon. Not unless some scientists take their cue from Anne McCaffrey’s* series, Dragon Riders of Pern*, that is! And before said scientists run off to their Labs of Doom, allow me to say (with an appropriate … Continue reading Enter the Dragon
At this rate, I am beginning to think everything alive has at least the capacity for biofluorescence and/or bioluminescence. We have glow-in-the-dark sharks, springhares that glow, platypuses, wombats, and possums that glow…. And researchers just discovered that Tasmanian devils glow in the dark. God works wonders to behold, readers. It just may be that humans … Continue reading Biofluorescence Everywhere!
Enjoy learning about this fantastic sighting through the link, readers! ‘One in a million’ white cardinal spotted in Tennessee By Nick 22 March, 2021 A birdwatcher in Gallatin, Tennessee was taken by surprise, after a very unusual bird visited his backyard. Scott Davis, a 67-year-old retiree, witnessed and extremely rare sight of a white cardinal. Even … Continue reading A Sight to Remember
Sorry, readers, but the pun was irresistible. Take a look at this fantastic article to learn more (and understand my pun!): Nobody painted these glowing pink springhares—their Day-Glo is all natural ERIN FENNESSY | PUBLISHED APR 2, 2021 4:00 AM Glowing lights in nature aren’t limited to fireflies and glowworms. A new study published in Nature last month discovered … Continue reading Glowing Reports on African Springhares
One may think of this Bible passage when viewing these photos. Or he may remember the tale of Thumbelina, written by Hans Christian Anderson*. Certainly, I am reminded of The Lilies of the Field, both the film* starring Sidney Poitier and the book.* Whichever item this story brings to your mind, treasure what you see, … Continue reading “Consider the Lilies of the Field….”
My apologies but The Wizard of Oz* allusion was, once again, too good to pass up. And it also makes me think of Disney’s animated movie Bolt*, which nailed the portrayal of the pigeon in the course of its story. If you have not seen that movie yet, I heartily recommend since it is both … Continue reading A Pigeon of another Color!
Click the link to learn more, readers! First-ever white cougar spotted in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest By Nick 13 December, 2020 A series of striking photos of an extremely rare white cougar have recently baffled the Internet. The four images were taken in 2013, but they recently resurfaced as scientists confirmed this was the first ever recorded case … Continue reading A White…Cougar?!