Did you know that leafcutter ants are chewing the collected leafs to cultivate a type of fungus which they use to feed their larvae. More incredible facts are that they sometimes build nests with 30m in diameter and they can carry twenty times their body weight and yet they move quite fast- as you can see 🌿🐜
People seem to either love or hate horse racing. I’m one of those people who isn’t sure how I feel about it, but one thing is for sure....you can’t deny that these are amazing and beautiful animals.....🐎
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When the Bloom family came across a wounded baby Magpie bird on the ground, they knew they had to take it home and try to nurse it back to health. #believeitornot the magpie, named Penguin, recovered and has become a part of the family! Penguin comes and goes as she pleases, however, she often flies into the Bloom home and will play with the family much like a domesticated pet.⠀
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You’ve probably worked out by now that I’m working on a collection of shark illustrations so that I can create a set of amazing sharks fact cards to join my range.
🦈 Sharks are not only beautiful, interesting and amazing creatures they are also hugely misunderstood and under extreme pressure from humans that threatens to drive them to extinction. .
🦈 My passion is to educate people about the amazing animals we share the earth with so they can fall in love and want to protect them for the future, and right now I know that sharks need every ounce of love they can get, they need as many of us as possible to fight in their corner and stand up to stop the destruction of these amazing creatures. .
🦈 This illustration comes from wanting to show some of the awesome sharks that swim in our oceans whilst bringing awareness to how humans are rapidly destroying them. Every year it’s estimated that we kill around 100 million sharks .... that’s a huge number, too huge for most people to comprehend, so let’s break that down a bit for you, that’s...
🦈 274000 a day or
🦈 11415 an hour or
🦈 190 a minute or
🦈 3 a second
Now consider the fact that that initial figure of 100 million is said to be a very conservative estimate and it is likely to actually be over 250 million. And what are they killed for? Well for the most part it’s for their fins, often they have their fins cut off while they are still alive and then they are tossed back into the sea to die. What are we doing? What madness is this? Why do we think we are so much more important than these wonderful creatures, something needs to change and it needs to change now!
🦈 Sharks need to be protected for the health and stability of our oceans and in turn our planet. They are apex predators that help to keep our marine ecosystems healthy and balanced.
🦈 So lets start talking about sharks, let’s make sure everyone understands how important they are, how amazing they are, and how desperately they need our help.
And before you go, would you like to guess how many humans are killed by sharks on average a year ......... 6...... and yet for some reason it’s the sharks that people treat like monsters.
Just so you know, this little guy was returned to the woods the following day. Having survived one night with the “kitten” it more than deserved that chance. While we slept the cat somehow got him out of his large container onto the floor and we found him the following morning hiding under the refrigerator, no worse for wear; so to speak! #amazinganimals