Portulaca 🙂 also known as the moss rose or common purslane this plant can been seen in bloom all year round is is very resistant to drought! The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell and the seeds of this plant are used in the making of herbal drinks and salads
Apuseni Natural Park is situated in western Romania, in the central to north-western part of the Apuseni Mountains. It’s spread across a part of the Bihor Mountains (south) and Vladeasa Mountains (north), in the administrative territory of three counties.
The Apuseni Natural Park is a protected area on the territory of the mountains which bear the same name (Apuseni Mountains) created to preserve the ecological, karstic, and cultural diversity of the area. This park’s peculiarity is undoubtedly given by its geology, the karst which enabled the formation of important, underground, hollow places.
Fuchsia 🙂 also known as the lady’s eardrop is a bushy plant part of the evening primrose family. There are over 100 species of fuchsia which originate from the South American countries of Chile, Argentina and Mexcio! Depending on the variety it can grow anywhere from 8 inches all the way to 13 feet!!!
Humpback whales spend 85 percent of their time in the water. They are visible only 15 percent of the time. @discoverychannel@natgeoexpeditions@instagram@natgeowild@natgeo@earthfocus I was fortunate enough to see them bubble eating and snap a picture @nikonusa
Some humpback whales feed by making "bubble nets" around their prey. Several whales blow bubbles through their blow holes and swim in a circle pattern so that the prey is trapped in the center of the "net." Then the whales swim right up through the center of the bubbles and ingest the prey