Wonderful photography of translucent sea creatures

July 6th, 2008 by shearyadi

Amazing, I love these series of translucent sea animals from National Geographic, and I think you all will love them too so I get some of the photos to share here. To see more of this beautiful photos, please visit

The world most rarest rhino caught in WWF camera

July 6th, 2008 by shearyadi

The Javan (or lesser one-horned) rhino is probably the rarest large land mammal species in the world. Fewer than 60 individuals are thought to survive in the wild, and none in captivity.

Human population pressures in the two protected areas, …

Introducing the mountains of the deep sea

July 4th, 2008 by shearyadi

My friends, if you ever climbed the highest mountain on the earth surface, do you ever imagine to dive into the mountain of the ocean? The Mid-Atlantic Ridge, between Iceland and the Azores creating a towering barrier between east and

The species that are endangered or officially extinct

June 29th, 2008 by shearyadi

In most cases, the demise of an animal species can be directly attributable to one of humankind’s many sins against the planet, whether it be hunting, urban development, pollution, deforestation, the introduction of invasive species, global warming or overfishing.

This …

Great photostream from the expedition of Greenpeace ship Esperanza

June 24th, 2008 by shearyadi

My friends, today I was stumble on the latest Esperanza’s Flickr photostream, they have very wonderful picture collections, at least from my experience. I have pick some of the pictures to share them with you here, and I bet

National Geographic wallpapers

June 21st, 2008 by shearyadi

My friends, I;ve found these interesting wallpapers that makes me want to share some with you here. If you want to get more of their collections, please visit to their homepage.

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Photo of monsters from the backyard

June 19th, 2008 by shearyadi

Well, actually not really a monster at their size, but in this photos they are look creepy enough. I’m not sure what species they are, but I guess they’re some kind of larvae of moths or butterflies.

These pictures were …