Another look at the ever popular Venezuelan poodle moth. This moth was first discovered and photographed in 2009 and is believed to be a new species. It's thought to belong to the lepidopteran genus Artace.
The weirdest moth you've ever seen! The male of the species "Creatonotos gangis", found in Asia and Australia, possess structures called corematas in the back that are used to spread pheromones, enhancing his attractiveness to females. Photo: Juan Manuel
Beautiful Sleeping Flamingo ♥ by shine-mnb: No one knows for sure why flamingoes stand on one leg. Theories include conservation of body heat and promoting ciriculation. http://www.wisegeek.org/why-do-flamingos-stand-on-one-leg.htm #Photography #Flamingo