If you have driven on the M8 in Scotland lately and seen red and blue sheep grazing on the fields, be sure that it’s not a hallucination. Scottish farmer Andrew Jack is the one that has started to paint his sheep in bright red and blue colors to “spice things up” so people could smile on their way to and from work. They are sprayed with animal-friendly paint, something they don’t mind at all, and they will remain colorful until sheared. It all started when the farmer wanted to paint them blue to mark St Andrew’s Day, but now that it has become an attraction in itself, the thought of using other colors as pink has crossed the farmers mind.
Father and son from Norway took action when two deer struggled on the slippery surfaces of Sirdal lake.The movie “Bambi” is one of Walt Disney most beloved cartoons, and especially the scenes where the deer and rabbit friend Thumper playing on an icy water. – It happens relatively often that they must be saved on land.
A Taiwanese marine biologist discovered recently a new species of crab looking like a strawberry. The red polka-dotted crab was found with a similar one on a beach of Chialoshui in Taiwan, where the one was dead and the other dying of pollution in the area. A professor named Ho Ping-ho from the National Taiwan Ocean University stated that the strawberry crab resembles a species called Neoliomera Pubescens that lives in Hawaii, Polynesia and Mauritius.
Most people fear snakes and don’t want to even look at them. Still they are fascinating reptiles in different colors and lengths. The photographer Guido Mocafico saw the beauty in them, and took amazing shots of them that it almost looks like detailed paintings.
These amazing embryonic animal photographs of dolphins, sharks, dogs, penguins, cats and elephants are from a new National Geographic Documentary called “Extraordinary Animals in the Womb”. The show’s producer, Peter Chinn, used a combination of three-dimensional ultrasound scans, computer graphics and tiny cameras to capture the process from conception to birth. They are the most detailed embryonic animal pictures ever seen.