I wasn’t going to get involved at first, but call it a failing, I can be coddling when it comes to Nidorina. I wanted to make sure there was a fair representation out there for our little chimeric friend.
There’s an app described as a
“Shazam for plants” that lets you
take a picture of any plant and then
utilizes user data and Google reverse
image searching to tell you what
species you’re looking at. Source
Stunning Portraits of Owls Captured in Up-Close Detail
In this stunning series by Brad Wilson, the photographer captures up-close portraits of different owl species. Each bird is set against a stark black background, and the brilliant vantage point allows us to marvel at their unique qualities. Tiny feathers, short beaks, and glassy eyes stare straight into the camera with an intense gaze.
so we have, the common Kingdra, the standard form that most Seadra take when exposed to a kings rock. many Seadra, however, can expose themselves to similar compounds out in the ocean, as it is not a totally uncommon material.
Maned Kingdra- a species I imagine to be more defensive in nature, stronger and tougher in armour with a gorgeous gold colouring that is sought after in the Kalos region.
Big-Bellied Kingdra - A silvery breed that yields excellent IV and EV breeds. extremely hard to produce via traditional breeding methods and usually found in the shallows of Hoenn, where the weather and climate are warmer.
Illuminated Leafy Kingdra - A highly sought after species of Kingdra that is famous for its contest-potential. Extravagantly finned and gorgeously coloured, its extreme rarity lends itself to its even greater power in battle. The Illuminated Leafy Kingdra is worshipped in some dragon-based cults due to its resemblance to older dragons from folklore.
Thorned Kingdra - an aggressive subspecies that usually breeds around kanto, known for its greater attacking power and speed, though, as with every other subset, rarer than its common counterpart.
All types of “evil behavior" can be classified into four groups: Machiavellianism, sadism, psychopathy, and narcissism. Each of these behavior types has been witnessed in animals other than humans and even in plants, as they are also traits that can ensure the survival of a species. Source
One of the most iconic animals in Africa has a secret. A genetic
analysis suggests that the giraffe is not one species, but 4 separate
ones — a finding that could alter how conservationists protect these
Researchers previously split giraffes
into several subspecies on the basis of their coat patterns and where
they lived. Closer inspection of their genes,
however, reveals that giraffes should actually be divided into four
distinct lineages that don’t interbreed in the wild, researchers report
on 8 September in Current Biology1. Previous genetic studies2
have suggested that there were discrete giraffe populations that rarely
intermingled, but this is the first to detect species-level
differences, says Axel Janke, a geneticist at Goethe University in
Frankfurt, Germany, and the study’s senior author.
was an amazing finding,” he says. He notes that giraffes are highly
mobile, wide-ranging animals that would have many chances to interbreed
in the wild if they were so inclined: “The million-dollar question is
what kept them apart in the past.” Janke speculates that rivers or other
physical barriers kept populations separate long enough for new species
7 species of yellow-faced bees were
officially labeled endangered in
September of 2016. Prior to that, no
bee had ever before made the
endangered list. These Hawaiian bees
face so many threats that their outlook,
even protected, is not good, however,
the increasing research of them did
aid in the discovery of 11 new species. SourceSource 2Source 3
old professor feverworm would once more like to apologize for any spelling or grammatical errors, and hopes that someone, somewhere, has the will and continence to make it through this guide without feeling murderous by the end.
a synopses for everyone else: little buggy babies hatch from eggs, eat carrion and eventually metamorphosis into human sized fairy people if they’re lucky
The imafri are a tiny species that dwell within quite a few households here on earth. They would like you to know they exist, and also.. to not be alarmed. Only some might cause a little trouble. Little stuff. Like a fire. No big deal. It’s fine.