Take care of the environment – Excellent !!!
“Nature is ancient
But surprises us all”
I do not know the author to this amazing pictures, for they are not mine!
The Internet provides us with the expansion of our knowledge.
Look at these images …
Photos from a never seen angle …
Nature has ways to show us the greatness in its purity.
If you liked this post, go find the base PowerPoint at https://pt.slideshare.net/josemorales/iguazu-tres-fronteras?next_slideshow=1
Thank you to the author, for sharing this little piece of Eden!
As it should be, here’s an anecdote involving Snails:
An Alentejano leaves home at dawn for his rural work.
At the end of the day he returns to his house but before entering he looks back and sees a snail on the floor.
Furious, he steps valiantly exclaiming:
Take this big f *** ~ * ’cause you’ve been chasing me all day !!!
Credits: Based on the PowerPoint “O extraordinário caracol” by José Cervantes. Images from Internet.
You ca find the original here: https://pt.slideshare.net/jmpcard1/o-caracol-50089647
The male blocks traffic for his checkers to cross the road
1. Rafflesia arnoldii: this parasitic plant develops the world’s
largest bloom that can grow over three feet across. The flower is a
fleshy color, with spots that make it look like a teenager’s
acne-ridden skin. It smells bad and has a hole in the center that
holds six or seven quarts of water. The plant has no leaves, stems, or
2. Hydnora africana, an unusual flesh-colored, parasitic flower that
attacks the nearby roots of shrubby in arid deserts of South Africa.
The putrid-smelling blossom attracts herds of carrion beetles.
3. Dracunculus vulgaris: smells like rotting flesh, and has a
burgundy-colored, leaf-like flower that projects a slender, black
4. Amorphophallus: means, literally, “shapeless penis.” The name comes
from the shape of the erect black spadix.