[This is the article with the video I told you about, of the chameleon changing color. By the way, I don't think the color in this photo is genuine. See the article for the same picture in real colors.] How a Chameleon Changes Color
Oh so lush! Spiky fronds of cabbage palmetto trees (Sabal palmetto) in the maritime forest of Bull's Island off Cape Romain, South Carolina. The island, once the haven of pirates, is now a wildlife refuge.
Experiments on tree seedlings have given new clues to why some tropical species are better at surviving drought than others. The results could help to restore forests devastated by logging and increase their resilience to climate change.