Hemos estado desconectando en ⛰Kelabit Highlands ⛰. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Una zona remota de Malasia que solo es accesible por aire. No hay carreteras, solo caminos selváticos. Se necesita un 4x4 para entrar por tierra y en época de lluvia es prácticamente imposible.
Para llegar, hemos tenido que sobrevolar la selva del Borneo malayo de norte a sur en esta avioneta.
Y HA SIDO ÉPICO. Una de las mejores experiencias del viaje 😍.
Solo salen 🛫 3 vuelos al mes con capacidad para 15 personas. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Dejo en stories algunos vídeos de las vistas. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Desde que visité Corn Island en Nicaragua, no había vuelto a montar en avioneta. Para Sergi era la primera vez.
¿Has probado la experiencia? ¿Te gustaría o prefieres algo más consistente?😅.
Great kicks come with great power and responsibility!! If you’re not striving for greatness in them and achieving your goals why the fuck are they on? #kingofsyd - tag 2 of you’re friends so that you can motivate them 👀✌️ -
Aldabrachelys gigantea hololissa or Giant tortoises are among the longest-lived animals on the planet. Some individual Aldabra giant tortoises are thought to be over 200 years of age, but this is difficult to verify because they tend to outlive their human observers. Originally, several different subspecies of giant tortoise inhabited the Seychelles. Large and slow, the tortoises were reportedly friendly, with little fear of man. In 1919 the British governor of Seychelles sent a gift of four Aldabra giant tortoises to Changuu from the island of Aldabra. These tortoises bred quickly and by 1955 they numbered around 200 animals. The Zanzibar government, with assistance from the World Society for the Protection of Animals (Now known as World Animal Protection) built a large compound for the protection of the animals and by 2000 numbers had recovered to 17 adults, 50 juveniles and 90 hatchlings. The species is now considered vulnerable and has been placed on the IUCN Red List by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Aldabra tortoises are found both individually and in herds, which tend to gather mostly on open grasslands. They are most active in the mornings, when they spend time browsing for food. They dig underground burrows or rest in swamps to keep cool during the heat of the day.❤️ #turtles#turtle#turtle 🐢 #zanzibar#instadaily#jungle#junglefotograf#jungletravel#jungletribe#biologist
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What secrets do the jungles keep?————————————————————————
Shot at Lincoln park with the beautiful @joopitermae ————————————————————————
De Junglestoel van Finn. Kan hij weer lekker tekenen en knutselen!
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Budgie hatching 🐣
The Budgerigar is a colourful parrot native to Australia. Its plumage is bright yellow and green, with a blue cheek and black scalloping on its wing feathers. Its tail is slender and dark blue. Small in size, they’re roughly 18-20cm from top to tail, and weigh 30-40 g.
Cats have a strong flexible body, quick reflexes, sharp retractable claws, and teeth adapted to killing small prey. They have acute sight, hearing and smell, and their sense of touch is enhanced by long whiskers that protrude from their heads and bodies.
1 1421 August, 2019
Tigers are ambush hunters preferring to sneak up on their prey before exploding into action, killing them with a bite to the neck or back of the head. They mainly hunt deer, wild boar, buffalo and antelope. But they'll kill and eat what's available, from small birds to bears to the occasional elephant.
Video by @wildlifefilmsindia
1 1021 August, 2019
The praying mantis is so named because when waiting for prey, it holds its front legs in an upright position as if they are folded in prayer. Don't be fooled by its angelic pose, however, because the mantid is a deadly predator. If a bee or fly happens to land within its reach, the praying mantis will extend its arms with lightning quick speed, and grab the hapless insect. Sharp spines line the mantid's raptorial forelegs, enabling it to grasp the prey tightly as it eats. Some larger mantids catch and eat lizards, frogs, and even birds.