eerie old tree (by Chris Carr Photography)
Do you see how big those fish are? Beautiful photo, but I would soooo not be in that water. The fish are bigger than the kid!
A recently emerged male comet moth (Argema mittrei) dries its wings in the forest understorey in the Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Madagascar
Picture: NICK GARBUTT/BARCROFT MEDIA (via Madagascar: British photographer Nick Garbutt’s 20-year survey of the island’s wildlife - Telegraph)
Possibly the largest living thing in the whole world – General Sherman is a Giant Sequoia with dimensions that’ll drop many jaws. One of the tallest Giant Sequoia trees in the world reaching 275 feet (84.8 meters), the Sherman Tree is reasonably “juvenile”, as its age is estimated between 2200 years and 2700 years. Moreover, it is the biggest Sequoia in the world when compared in terms of volume. Volume of its trunk measured 1487 cubic meters in 2002.