A line of people wend their way through Kennedy Space Center’s Saturn V Center to the busses after the Arabsat-6A launch attempt scrub on 10 April 2019. That is an Apollo Saturn V rocket lying on its side overhead with Snoopy and a mockup of an Apollo lunar rover in the foreground.
I came upon this Black Racer stalking prey through the sea grapes along a trail at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. The Racer’s focus was not disturbed by my presence as its powerful jaws grabbed an unsuspecting Brown Anole and devoured it in the span of just a few minutes. The Anole, which struggled to the very end, its tail whipping back and forth as it disappeared down the snake’s throat, was deftly maneuvered by the snake into a head […]
A cluster of eggs at the ends of stalks are the hallmark of a lacewing insect. Once hatched out, the larvae are intense predators of other insects, the adults not so much. The eggs are on a leaf at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area.