Beautiful Little Seahorse ✿ #ocean life

Beautiful little seahorse or pipefish? I'm thinking pipefish?

The Iiwi (Hawaiian Honey Creeper)(Vestiaria coccinea). This small and handsome bird is the only member of the genus Vestiaria, and at the present time although its numbers are up at 350,000 it is still considered endangered.

The Iiwi(Hawaiian HoneyCreeper)

The Iiwi (Hawaiian Honey Creeper)(Vestiaria coccinea). This small and handsome bird is the only member of the genus Vestiaria, and at the present time although its numbers are up at it is still considered endangered.

king bird of paradise (Cicinnurus regius) from New Guinea.  Photo Credit: Tim Laman/Australian Museum

king bird of paradise (Cicinnurus regius) from New Guinea. Photo Credit: Tim Laman/Australian of paradise

New Guinea Bird of Paradise. Photo by Ed Sholes, Nat Geo.

New Guinea Bird of Paradise - Photo by Ed Sholes, National Geographic

Wildon’s Bird of Paradise (Cicinnurus respublica), Batanta Island, Papua, Indonesia

Wilson's Bird-of-paradise, Cicinnurus respublica. Amazing color and spectacular tail

New Zeland

Face it, Americans, we'll never be this cool no matter what we ink. Maori new zealand tattoos

The sea and its wonders, from Sea & Land by J. W. Buel, 1889.

The Polar Sea and its wonders

An elementary manual of New Zealand entomology;.  London,West, Newman & Co.,1892..

An elementary manual of New Zealand entomology 1892

Corucia zebrata - Solomon Island Prehensile Tailed Skink (Monkey Tail Skink)

Monkey-tailed skinks are completely herbivorous, eating many different fruits and vegetables including the pothos plant. Thanks to Repticon!

Nudibranch Tulamben--WOW check out them colors!!

Nudibranch Tulamben--WOW check out them colors!

Australian Aboriginal Art

Australian Aboriginal Art

ANCESTORS MASKS | Maoris, the original people of New Zealand, honour their ancestors ...

Maori ancestor mask, New Zealand, wood, shell, 50 cm

The Tuatara are reptiles endemic to New Zealand and which, although resembling most lizards, are part of a distinct lineage, order Rhynchocephalia.

The lepidosaurs were the ancestors of lizards, snakes and tuatara. This image shows the extant tuatara Sphenodon punctatus. Image credit: Keres H / CC BY

Arnhem Region : Don Weluk

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Lepidoptera Hepialus virescens (plate IX) from Moths: An Elementary Manual of New Zealand Entomology, London, West, Newman & Co, 1892

It’s national moth week (unofficial) so let’s take a moment to appreciate the lovely Lepidoptera Hepialus virescens from New Zealand. Illustration from An elementary manual of New Zealand entomology;

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