Meet Gwen. 🖤🕷🕸 She’s a Guyana Pink Toe. She’s fuzzy, friendly and cute. 💕 Thanks to those on Twitter for helping name her! I have 28 animals. We made an IG for them if you like critters: @cassadascreatures #tarantula #spider #pinktoetarantula #pinktoe #guyanapinktoe #reptileexpo #invertabrate #arachnid #gwenstacy #spiderman #spooky #creepy #pet #animal #reptiles #insects #furkid
HEY EVERYONE! Meet Starbomb, my new Caribena Versicolor. I’m sure some of you remember Radon, who passed away a few months ago. I wanted to wait until the breeder I trusted had slings, because they always arrive lively and healthy. <3 So here she is!! This is the only good picture I was able to get because she did not want to sit still.
Scientists use macro lenses to capture tiny organisms like salps (above)—gelatinous invertebrates that vary from the size of a thumbnail to a hundred feet long. Salps can link up in luminescent chains, using electrical signals to synchronize their movements.
The Psychedelic Medusa is a deep-sea hydrozoan that is abundant in the North Pacific. The mini-jelly is found at depths between 1000m to 3800m, and are often observed drifting near the ocean floor. It also has an eccentric reproduction behavior uncommon in cnidarians. The females display viviparity, and carry the babies in her bell until they are ready to hatch.
The Cigar Comb Jelly is a gelatinous ctenophore that is marveled by many due to its sparkling bioluminescence. It tends to elegantly float around 120 m in the ocean. It uses unique, hair-like structures called ctens to move horizontally in the ocean. It also swims in a spiral pattern before consuming zooplankton in the ocean.
I went on.a hike today with my roommate and we found a friend! So I wanted to make an educational tiktok about these annoying, but incredibly important part of the forest ecosystem.
They then flew away to go fight some saiyans, and we moved them to a tree where they wont get stepped on.
Did you know that cicadas are the loudest insect on earth? Being next to a large group of singing males is enough to cause hearing loss, so be careful! Other than that they are harmless. The males are mostly hollow on the inside so they can scream even louder!