Some creatures have incredible stinging apparatus, makes me happier I am not at the end of that!
This is part two (2) of my Butterfly images, I spent a significant amount of time in this enclosure so wanted to share more images with you.
I was never a fan of snakes, but do have some level of appreciation for them; that is, I appreciate them being behind the glass :). This snake was within the Reptile Enclosure enjoying a bask.
Have a peek at Spirogyra under the microscope, a relatively common green algae found in bioactive fresh waters.
This episode of Cool Stuff Under the Microscope focusses on Red Blood Cells, a vital cell within the body whose function is to transport oxygen.
The Flower Chamber is an incredible structure within Singapore’s Gardens By The Bay showcasing flowers from all around the world.
Every now and again I ‘cheat’ by way of photography and these Cockatoo shots are no exception. Sometimes so as to not be anti-social I don’t want to be out waiting for birds to land to try and get photos and want to be able to set the camera up and just ‘leave’ it to…
The Meerkats are a family favorite at the Werribee Zoo, located right need the cafe (aptly named Meerkat Cafe).
The claws on a bear are an impressive thing, watching the bear at the Melbourne Zoo tear into its lunch gave me a greater appreciation that we don’t come face to face with these where I live. Image taken with Nikon D5300 and Tamron 150-600mm Macro.
The Gorilla from the Werribee Zoo
The kidneys process some 200L of fluid a day, removing organic waste from the body and maintaining a pH balance but what do they look like under the microscope.
I took a flight from Queenstown to Milford Sound which went for around 45 mins to an hour, a cruise across Milford Sound which went for around two hours and a return flight which went for around 45 minutes to an hour.