image credit The fuzzy darlings of many a children's book do more than hang out on trees - they can deliver poisonous stings and a few of them are deadly. The Presurfer
image credit Most common trees look fantastic but some are just spectacular. Like the Rainbow Eucalyptus, the Divi Divi, or the Tetrameles nudifloras. Here are some of the world's most amazing trees. The Presurfer
image credit Caterpillars - the shapes and sizes that they come in and for many the urge to touch, pick up and hold is almost irresistible. Yet although most butterfly and moth larvae are quite harmless, preferring to curl up in a b...
image credit Some of the most beautiful children's books of all time. The Presurfer
image credit The Wattle Cup caterpillar. What a beauty. The caterpillar is the larva of the Wattle Cup Moth, which can be found in northern Australia, south to Geraldton, Alice Springs and Brisbane. (via Neatorama) The Presurfer