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Theridion grallator, also known as the happy face spider, is a spider in the family Theridiidae. Its Hawaiian name is nananana makakiʻi. The specific epithet grallator is Latin for "stilt walker", a reference to the species' long, spindly legs. Wikipedia Scientific name: Theridion grallator Rank: Species

Theridion grallator, or "Happy Face Spider" (known to Hawaiians as the face-patterned spider - Nananana makaki'i) is found in the rainforests of Hawaiian islands, gets just a few millimeters big, and said to be harmless to humans.

Le foto in #macro di Chambon: cristalli di rugiada sugli insetti

Le foto in macro di Chambon: cristalli di rugiada sugli insetti - Repubblica.it

Namaqua Desert Rain Frog: soooooo cute!!!!!

Vociferous desert rain frog, also known as Breviceps macrops, these frogs burrow deep into the cool, moist sand to beat the scorching sun.

 pik a boo !! by budi 'ccline' on 500px○  Canon EOS 600D-f/6.3-1/125s-44mm-iso100, 600✱900px-rating:97.3☀ Photographer: budi ‘ccline’, Sleman, Indonesia

💙 pik a boo ! by budi 'ccline' on ○ Canon EOS ☀ Photographer: budi ‘ccline’, Sleman, Indonesia

calleta silk moth caterpillar- crazy!!!

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An Eupackardia Calleta (Calleta Silk Moth) Amazing bugs, reptiles and amphibians photographed by Igor Siwanowicz.

Bees’ hairy bodies help them collect more pollen.

Up close and personal- Hello! Bees’ hairy bodies help them collect more pollen.

so sad that this little fluffly lovable chick will be an ugly chicken one day...

My sweet baby boy came home from school wanting a baby duck. A classmate's mom brought their ducklings to school. He's working super hard to earn his baby duck reward!

Macro Photographs of Dew Covered Dragonflies and Other Insects by David Chambon

Macro Photographs of Dew-Covered Dragonflies and Other Insects by David Chambon

French Amateur Photographer David Chambon likes to capture the magic moment and the splendor of our nature. For more than 10 years, he has kept shooting nature and photographs. Nature Photography by David Chambon

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