An amethyst in bird-form, meet the Costa’s Hummingbird. A desert hummingbird, Costa’s Hummingbird breeds in the Sonoran and Mojave Deserts of California and Arizona.
The Look (by Sharif El Komi)
Japanese Anemone (by FRANCO600D)
light & delicate as a feather
The Poetry of Things (by azraviolet 9)
Pot-bellied Seahorse, Hippocampus Abdominalis. Seahorses and other syngnathids can grow skin filaments that help them to blend in with their environment. (Tasmania, Australia).
Phalaenopsis (by Pris WerSo)
Dracula Sodiroi Orchid (by Polylepis)
species from Ecuador
White Lotus Flower (by Bahman Farzad)
Blue Mystique (by Pris WerSo)
Intimate (by Jazz Jumper)
Home is where it’s at (by citlali*)
A herd of pregnant male seahorses
The female seahorse lays the eggs and transfers them into the male seahorses pouch where they are then incubated. Every male seahorse has an incubation pouch in its body. The eggs are fertilized by the male, who also goes through the labour process and it takes 2-3 weeks for the babies to be born