Chameleons’ upper and lower eyelids are joined, with only a pinhole large enough for the pupil to see through. They can rotate and focus separately to observe two different objects simultaneously, which lets their eyes move independently from each other. This gives them a full 360-degree arc of vision around their body.
And then some chameleons, aren’t actually chameleons, but are lizards from the iguana family just trying to blend in.
Albino African clawed frog
Albino frogs are a fairly common occurance with frogs… It seems to happen with many different species of frogs and should not be taken to mean that your frog is sick.
Also known as Velvet Coral. They can be found in the shallow waters of the Indo-Pacific and Red Sea.
Waterway to Orbit
This is so neat. On February 8th 2010, STS-130—the 32nd shuttle mission to the ISS—launched off the planet, and photographer James Vernacotola captured it. The image has an exposure of 132 seconds so you can see the shuttle’s long, graceful arc towards the east and its mirror image in the water below. This was taken from the Intracoastal Waterway Bright in Florida, 115 miles north of the shuttle’s launch site at the Kennedy Space Center.
(Image Credit: James Vernacotola)