At Seymour Norte island in the Galapagos Islands
Our last full day in the Galapagos ended with a swim with 4 curious young sea lions.
Paragliding at sunset one day and looking out over the Amazon the next.
Unsurprisingly XKCD nails it, but head on over there to read the mouseover text, I am sure it perfectly describes more than a few Planet3.0 readers (and writers!). And we wouldn’t want it any other way.
Way #256: Becoming Arapaima food
These carnivorous arapaima were 2.5 meters long and very hungry
Thankfully they don’t have any teeth so all their food has to fit down their throats, so we were relatively safe.
Almost chickened out… glad I didn’t.
… The blue footed variety of course
(h/t The Disaffected Lib)
The recent approval of the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline by National Energy Board and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act review panel has brought a renewed flurry of attention to the project.
“Global warming, huh? By pure coincidence every scientist was right” Homer Simpson
Some people have too much time on their hands… this is a good thing.