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.
The Epauletted Fruit Bat.
This noted megabat does not find itself out-epauletted terribly often.
Interesting composite organisms.
Bergs of Ice.
Fire! And Fire Whirls.
Fire, in various states, including vortices.
Angel Falls, the most towering and precipitous of all waterfalls.
Although the summit of Everest is at a higher altitude, K2 is a more difficult and dangerous climb, due in part to its more inclement weather.
K2 also became popularly known as the Savage Mountain after George Bell—a climber on the 1953 American expedition—told reporters, “It’s a savage mountain that tries to kill you.”
Many of these feature the Hyperion tree, discovered in 2006, which measures in at over 380 feet in height. The Lost Monarch is also well represented. The latter is unofficially the world’s largest Giant Redwood, at some 26 feet in diameter.
The Tardigrade, maestro of the microscopic. There is little they cannot withstand….extremes in heat, pressure, even radiation, the likes of which would initiate funeral preparations for practically any other life form, seem not to faze them.