Aerial view of Mexico City, one of the 10 biggest cities on Earth. Visual complexity of intertwined lives (Pablo Luz)
Things you do not see every day: An otter preys on a alligator at Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge in Florida. The otter eventually pulled the alligator up on the bank and proceeded to consume it, as evidenced by crunching noises. They were no longer visible at that point, but the alligator was done resisting when dragged out of the water. Despite their disarmingly cute appearance, otters are the apex predator of many freshwater habitats.
Photo: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Robert W. Chanler
Leopard and Deer
"Why do I live in Wisconsin"
Henry Ford shares a secret with his pal Thomas Edison, who was hard of hearing, in this photo dated 1928.
More like Henry Ford gives a thumbs up to how good Thomas Edison smells. Good job, Thomas Edison.