❧ Noch ein Bild von mir an der Quelle. Es ist so unglaublich nützlich, eine Quelle in solcher Nähe zu haben. Wir kaufen so gut wie nie Getränke und wissen zudem, dass das Wasser noch völlig rein und gesund ist, was vor allem in heutiger Zeit nicht mehr selbstverständlich ist. Außerdem ist es immer schön, das Quellwasser frisch im Wald abzufüllen.
Wie verhält sich das bei euch? Hat auch jemand diese Möglichkeit, oder achtet ihr beim Getränkekauf auf spezielle Kriterien?
We are so very grateful for having a pond so near. We do never have to buy anything to drink and also we know, that the water is fresh and healthy. It is a very joyable thing to get up in the woods and fetch the water from the pond.
How is it for you? Do someone also have a pond near? Or do you buy your drinking?
Buy a Wrist Brace I’ve bought a wrist brace from Wellgate and Futuro and they both worked well for me, but research and find the right brace for you! The price of a wrist brace can range from $10 to $25 USD. **Note: wrist braces are best worn during breaks and resting times after drawing, not while drawing**
Buy Computer Glasses Gunnar is a good brand of computer glasses, though I wouldn’t wear them while doing colors. The price can range from $40 to $80 USD but they’re a worthwhile investment (or ask for them for Christmas like I did).
A Warning to Artists- Yuumei shares the ramification unhealthy habits and long hours of drawing had on her body and health.
An electric eel leaping out the water to shock a fake alligator head.
This must be one of the most cool and weird videos to accompany a scientific paper this year so far. The video and experiment demonstrates how eels react to half-submerged predators by leaping up out of water and administering defensive volleys of high-voltage electricity
Electric eels (Electrophorus electricus) are shown to leap from the water to directly electrify threats. This shocking behavior likely allows electric eels to defend themselves during the Amazonian dry season, when they may be found in small pools and in danger of predation. The results are published in theProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- Leaping eel in real time
The study support Alexander von Humboldt’s story of electric eels attacking horses that had been herded into a muddy pool during the dry season in 1800 on a field trip to the Amazon.
The finding highlights sophisticated behaviors that have evolved in concert with the eel’s powerful electrical organs. By the way no one knows how an electric eel can electrocute its victim without shocking itself.
GIF: Leaping electric eel in slow motion. Watch video here