Mulu National Park ( Sarawak,Malaysia) the amazing mutualism between the pitcher plant Nepenthes hemsleyana and Hardwicke's Wooly Bat (Kerivoula hardwickii). Unlike other mammal interactions with Nepenthes, these tiny bats do not feed at the pitcher but instead utilize it as a roosting cavity. In return, the plants derive a significant portion of their nitrogen from the bat's droppings. Photo: Ch'ien C. Lee Wildlife Photography.
22 strange animals--the naked mole rat on Kim possible=much cuter. I laughed so hard at the blob fish. It's just amazing how vast creation can be--all creatures great and small, weird and wonderful, the Good Lord made them all.