Charlie and the Nature Factory [Warning: Stunningly Beautiful Large Photo Images]

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Spooky

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So much beauty here. I partake in shuffling through the wondrous woods, aquatic calligraphy and heaped up hodgepodge of soil and shrubbery that is on offer, I must haul my creaking bones up there more often as I've been slacking lately but it is a nourishing experience each time. I like taking snapshots too, I just yanked this one out of my bag of pics.


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Charles Gull

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Alligators, Crocs, they fascinate me. They're Dinosaurs for goodness sakes! ;)

Nope, Crocodilians were already ancient when the Dinosaurs were first developing. They didn't yum up all the Dinos just out lived them. They haven't chomped us all up either, though they are going to have to put a bit more effort into out surviving us.

I think Humans like killing crocs out of jealousy. We can't stand the idea that they have there S**t together far more than we do.
 
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Albedo

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Nope, Crocodilians were already ancient when the Dinosaurs were first developing. They didn't yum up all the Dinos just out lived them. They haven't chomped us all up either, though they are going to have to put a bit more effort into out surviving us.

I think Humans like killing crocs out of jealousy. We can't stand the idea that they have there S**t together far more than we do.
Technically the dinosaurs are still around as well (there are two in my living room making a mess right now). But yes, crocodiles and birds are the two great surviving archosaurian lineages, but only birds can properly be called dinosaurs.
 

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"Pineapple" fruit from the barrel cactus. Yes, it is edible.

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Awesome photo, meowzbark! It's obvious you have an artistic eye. Share more!