"the natural world"
This blog features the beauty of the natural world through photographs of landscapes, animals, and everything in between.
earthlynation:

(via 500px / Poison Dart Frog by digitalCG)

earthlynation:

(via 500px / Poison Dart Frog by digitalCG)

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this-is-wild:

Amazon Milk Frog(Peter Krejzl)

this-is-wild:

Amazon Milk Frog()

7 months ago · 286 · via & orig · reblog
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Bright-eyed frog (Boophis sp.) with damaged eye (5) (by pbertner)

Bright-eyed frog (Boophis sp.) with damaged eye (5) (by pbertner)

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En la espera…. (by Almodovar Photography)

En la espera…. (by Almodovar Photography)

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ecocides:

A tree snake (Dendrelaphis Pictus) preys on a frog in the banana trees in a forest of Jombang, East Java, Indonesia | image by Syaiful Arif

ecocides:

A tree snake (Dendrelaphis Pictus) preys on a frog in the banana trees in a forest of Jombang, East Java, Indonesia | image by Syaiful Arif

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kingdom-of-animals:

Hello Brother… by Henry Sudarman on Flickr.

kingdom-of-animals:

Hello Brother… by Henry Sudarman on Flickr.

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neiture:

The world’s smallest known vertebrate is a frog the size of a housefly
At an average of 7.7 millimeters long, the newfound Paedophryne amauensis is a hair smaller than the previous record holder, the Southeast Asian fish species Paedocypris progenetica, whose females measure about 7.9 millimeters.
| image by Christine Dell’Amore

This is so cool!

neiture:

The world’s smallest known vertebrate is a frog the size of a housefly

At an average of 7.7 millimeters long, the newfound Paedophryne amauensis is a hair smaller than the previous record holder, the Southeast Asian fish species Paedocypris progenetica, whose females measure about 7.9 millimeters.

| image by Christine Dell’Amore

This is so cool!

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