This noted megabat can achieve a wingspan of up to 5 1/2 feet, but, though formidable, remains vulnerable to a good old fashioned nose beep.
This noted megabat does not find itself out-epauletted terribly often.
The Hyrax is a rather remarkable creature. To begin with, this rotund mammal pulls off the Fearsome/Cuddly daily double just as convincingly as the Tasmanian Devil, and the Tiger Quoll (See Large-ish Carnivorous Marsupials post). This is no mean feat. But when coupled with the fact that this Well-Furred fellow inhabits the same taxon family as the elephant (!) and, for god’s sake, the sea cow (!!)…one is left with no choice but to sit on the edge of a cliff, and contemplate…
Rock formations of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Al Naslaa, and Madain Saleh. And whatnot.
Cave denizens, of Interest.
Stalactites are formed from water running through what is generally limestone. The accompanying Stalagmites are then brought into being from the calcite which drips from said stalactite. Seems to work out pretty well.
Interesting composite organisms.
Fire, in various states, including vortices.
Dramatic moments, Dept. of Electricity.