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Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Photo of the Day: Best of 2007

National Geographic posted the best of Photo of the Day section. There are some gorgeous photos to check out.


Approximately 60 miles (100 kilometers) from Belize City, the almost perfectly circular Blue Hole is more than 1,000 feet (305 meters) across and some 400 feet (123 meters) deep.The hole is the opening to what was a dry cave system during the Ice Age. When the ice melted and the sea level rose, the caves were flooded, creating what is now a magnet for intrepid divers. Today the Blue Hole is famed for its sponges, barracuda, corals, angelfish—and a school of sharks often seen patrolling the hole’s edge.

National Geographic


Found only on the islands of Oahu, Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii, the happy face spider, such as this one guarding its eggs on a leaf in Maui, is known for the unique patterns that decorate its pale abdomen. Scientists believe Theridion grallator may have developed its distinctive markings to discourage birds from eating it.

National Geographic

2 comments:

M.Shaltaf said...

Its really very nice photos
The happy face spider looks like someone smiling and waiting the camera
But he didn't say cheez he said WaaaW
Thanks for sharing

Lulu said...

You are welcome. National Geographic has great features. I am glad you liked it.

 

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