Check this out! This is not a heavy dew, nor is it a thick frost… this entire area is covered with spider webs. Yes! Spider webs!
When I went on an image search I found tons of pictures of massive webs from all over the globe. Well… actually, I think some of these were spun by caterpillars. Either way, creepy as hell. Here are the images I found. Enjoy!
Mammatus clouds are pouch-like protrusions hanging from the undersides of clouds. Composed primarily of ice, these cloud pouches can extend hundreds of miles in any direction.
People associate them with severe weather, and it’s true they can appear around, before or after a storm. Mammatus clouds can appear ominous, but contrary to myth, they don’t continue extending downward to form tornadoes.
I don’t even know what to say about this… I mean, seriously? Dead rats and Kentucky Jack in the freezer? Really?
The harpy eagle is the largest and most powerful raptor found in the rainforest. Early South American explorers named these great birds after harpies, the predatory “frightful, flying creatures with hooked beak and claws” of Greek mythology.
These majestic birds are found in Mexico (though almost extinct), through Central America and into South America to as far south as Argentina. The eagle is most common in Brazil.
The talons on this beast are so large that its main prey are tree-dwelling mammals, such as monkeys and sloths.
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