Bats are beautiful 🦇 #EarthCapture by deepakumar_photography Indian flying foxes (Pteropus medius) are one of the largest bats in the world. Found across the Indian subcontinent, these expressive mammals LOVE fruit and nectar, coming out at night time to get their fill. . . . . #bbcearth #flyingfox #fruitbat #bat #mammals #landmammals #amazingphotography #wildlife #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #amazinganimals #nature #naturelovers #earth #earthlovers
🔥 Polar Bear Mum and Her Cub Snuggle in the Snow - To protect their young from the elements, female polar bears burrow into deep snow and use their body warmth to keep the little ones safe and cozy while nursing
Would you dare cross this bridge? 📍 Hanging bridge in Boleng, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Photo by kall_bado #naturegeography
Lupine flower magic during midnight summer in Iceland [OC] [1600x1134] IG: @joseramosphotography
🔥 majestic shot from Zambezi national park 🔥
The South American sea nettle jellyfish! Video by monaperuphotos in Paracas, Peru 🇵🇪 - South American sea nettles usually have a yellow, semi-transparent dish-shaped body, about one foot wide, that expands and contracts to allow the jellyfish to swim. It has 24 thin, red tentacles that look like ribbons and four “oral arms” that range from 3-10 feet in length which help catch and digest prey. The tentacles and oral arms are lined with barbs that contain toxins to inject and kill or paralyze predators and prey. If humans are stung, it usually causes a painful rash lasting around 30 minutes, although symptoms may vary and can become more serious. - Fun Fact: Baby crabs may hitch rides on sea nettles' oral arms until they get close to shore, where they drop them off. #naturegeography
This little lion! 🔥 He just turned two years and is already testing the board 🤪 Come on kiddo!!