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'Wonderland' by Jaume Plensa, Calgary, Alberta, Canada outside the skyscraper known as the Bow

'Wonderland' by Jaume Plensa, Calgary, Alberta, Canada outside the skyscraper known as the Bow

Purple-tipped sea anemones off Vancouver Island, Canada Sea anemones may seem like the flowers of the ocean floor – gentle, stationary creatures with showy colors that catch our attention. But even anemones have enemies. Purple-tipped sea anemones can become prey for small fish called mosshead sculpins, sea slugs, or even sea stars with a taste for anemone.

Purple-tipped sea anemones off Vancouver Island, Canada Sea anemones may seem like the flowers of the ocean floor – gentle, stationary creatures with showy colors that catch our attention. But even anemones have enemies. Purple-tipped sea anemones can become prey for small fish called mosshead sculpins, sea slugs, or even sea stars with a taste for anemone.

Numa Falls in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia, Canada Wedged into the southwest region of the Canadian Rockies, Kootenay National Park’s 543 square miles of wilderness provides a variety of mountain ecosystems for adventurous explorers. With Banff National Park and the Windermere Valley nearby, Kootenay is sometimes passed over as merely the scenic view from the highway.

Numa Falls in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia, Canada Wedged into the southwest region of the Canadian Rockies, Kootenay National Park’s 543 square miles of wilderness provides a variety of mountain ecosystems for adventurous explorers. With Banff National Park and the Windermere Valley nearby, Kootenay is sometimes passed over as merely the scenic view from the highway.

Whistler Mountain in British Columbia, Canada  most people will picture the ski resort or the village that hosts the resort. But it’s the mountain itself that   first drew people here. European settlers named the peak London Mountain, for a mining claim. But when the ski resort was founded in the 1960s, a more whimsical name – Whistler – was adopted as a nod to the mountain’s population of marmots, aka whistle pigs. Marmots have a whistling call that can often be heard by hikers on the…

Whistler Mountain in British Columbia, Canada most people will picture the ski resort or the village that hosts the resort. But it’s the mountain itself that first drew people here. European settlers named the peak London Mountain, for a mining claim. But when the ski resort was founded in the 1960s, a more whimsical name – Whistler – was adopted as a nod to the mountain’s population of marmots, aka whistle pigs. Marmots have a whistling call that can often be heard by hikers on the…

Exploring the Howard Glacier - photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com

Exploring the Howard Glacier - photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com

Nam Tok Thi Lo Su in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand  Homepage Gallery

Nam Tok Thi Lo Su in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand Homepage Gallery

Close-up of a giant clam near the Whitsunday Islands, Australia

Close-up of a giant clam near the Whitsunday Islands, Australia

Aluminum meets bromine: | The 27 Most Impressive Chemical Reactions (buzzfeed)

The 27 Most Impressive Chemical Reactions

Okay...Maddie can have the Cinderella's Chariot bed, Taylor can have the Star Wars fighter bed to go with her R2 phone, Jessie can have the cheeseburger bed and I want the one that's a giant box.

Creative bed designs

Okay...Maddie can have the Cinderella's Chariot bed, Taylor can have the Star Wars fighter bed to go with her R2 phone, Jessie can have the cheeseburger bed and I want the one that's a giant box.