Inspired by Nature

My name is Sam. I'm 23 years old from NJ, and I love animals and nature and blue! I also have a blog about my voyage around the Atlantic Ocean through Semester at Sea! sam-at-sea.tumblr.com

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origiual:

Source: http://500px.com/photo/15802871
4quarius:

Camouflage by Pete Orelup

fat-birds:

IMG_4659 Whiskered Tree Swift (female) by Albert Tay on Flickr.

(Source: fat-birds, via fellow-earthlings)

magicalnaturetour:

(via 500px / Emerald by Dana Zuk)
creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Fan-Throated Lizard by Hemant Kumar)
earthlynation:

Mildly venomous (by Alejandro Arteaga)
creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Chamo by Ondrej Pakan)
creatures-alive:

(via 500px / Camofrog - gray treefrog (back) by Mike Bons)
de-preciated:

IMG_2128x900 (by Andrey Narchuk)
Taken on November 16, 2013
tiny-creatures:

Grenouille commune, Pelophylax kl. esculentus by MP7Aquit on Flickr.

sdzsafaripark:

5 CRAZY CUTE COATIS

(via sdzoo)

archangvl:

Jungle Jewel | Paul Bratescu
this-is-wild:

Eryx colubrinus, Kenyan Sand Boa, various color phases and morphs. (by Brad Wilson, DVM)
libutron:

Sapo Limosa
Although the Sapo Limosa is sometimes also referred to as Limosa Harlequin Frog, it is in fact a toad, not a frog, belonging to the species Atelopus limosus (Bufonidae), endemic to the eastern part of the Atlantic versant of central Panama.
A. limosus is a showy toad with dorsal surface smooth and typically dark brown or black with variable bright green markings. The dorsal surface of females may be solid olive-brown.
Because this toad occurs in a very small and fragmented area has been classified as an Endangered species on the IUCN Red List.
References: [1] - [2] - [3]
Photo: ©Brian Gratwicke
Locality: Panama
earthlynation:

Staurois natator (by Arddu)