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Ivy growing on a log.
|Winter and the Lady in Red and forest and stuff|
Stock image licensed under cc0.
|Ilha da Queimada Grande|
Ilha da Queimada Grande, also known as Snake Island, one of many Snake Islands around the world, is an island off the coast of Brazil in the Atlantic Ocean. It is administered as part of the municipality of Peruibe in the State of Sao Paulo. The island is small in size and has many different types of terrain, ranging from bare rock to rainforest. The island has a temperate climate. The island is the only home of the critically endangered, venomous Bothrops insularis (golden lancehead pit viper), which has a diet of birds. The snakes became trapped on the island when rising sea levels covered up the land that connected it to the mainland. This left the snakes to adapt to their environment, increase rapidly in population and render the island dangerous to public visitation. Queimada Grande is closed to the public in order to protect this snake population; access is only available to the Brazilian Navy and selected researchers vetted by the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation, the Brazilian federal conservation unit. src: Wikipedia
Aspen Overview, Richfield Ranger District, Fishlake National Forest, Utah, United States. This image is a work of the Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain.
A tree in the jungle, Phu Quoc National Park.
|Hairy caterpillar hanging from a branch|
It is what the title says, a hairy caterpillar with red feet.
|Bamboo shoots freshly harvested|
Freshly harvested bamboo shoots destined for the market.
|Walking in the jungle, we are not afraid|
Jungle trails near Ganh Dau at the northern end of Phu Quoc island.
|Path through the jungle|
Here we follow the jungle trails near Ganh Dau on Phu Quoc island.
|Fairy Stream on Phu Quoc Island|
It cannot be compared to the fairy stream of Mui Ne, but it is quite nice too. And less tourists, since it is incredibly hard to find.
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