These mudskippers (Thailand) look like opera singers, but they’re actually two males in the midst of a heated battle over territory. They will flop around and try to bite each other until one opponent backs down.
Image credit: Daniel Trim
Considering red pandas typically travel on all fours, they have excellent balance standing on their hind legs. Using their tail to prop them up, red pandas often stand up to make themselves look bigger when threatened.
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Fireflies use their bioluminescent signaling to communicate with and find potential mates. However, female Photuris fireflies are carnivorous, and they will mimic the female signals of other species to lure in males for predation. Entomologists call these ladies the “femmes fatales” of the firefly kingdom.
Image credit: Tsuneaki Hiramatsu
Squirrels spend much of the fall caching nuts and seeds to last them through the winter. They remember the locations of hundreds of caches through a method called triangulation.
Researcher Pierre Lavenex explains it, “They use information from the environment, such as the relative position of trees and buildings, and they triangulate, relying on the angles and distances between these distant landmarks and their caches.”
Image credit: Phil Morgan
Favourites: Use your Imagination by Filipe Oliveira
A new Layout from Portugals well known Scapewizard.
A true Beauty, cute and still impressing!
You can read about the Making-Of here.
this is one of my favs too