Las islas Galápagos podrán explorarse a través de Google StreetView
by Leon Fitzpatrick If you’re carrying a Nokia, driving a BMW or wearing a pair of Nikes, you have – without knowing it – been supporting leaps and bounds in the progress of environmentally friendly design. Did I get your attention? Then allow me to explain. We’ve all read the ...
Mating scene with elevated Alpha Male. The biggest males can keep smaller males out of the main female arena but, if a young male spots a female making her way back to the sea, they will gallop over to her. In their desperation to mate, they may batter her to death and then fight over the corpse.
The "St. Leon" was built in Castine, Maine in 1835. She made frequent voyages to Liverpool and European ports. She worked in the New Orleans cotton trade, carrying fish and ice to New Orleans, then cotton to Liverpool and returning with salt for the Penobscot Bay fisheries. The salt came from British mines near Liverpool.
Miriam hid her baby brother Moses by the side of a river to evade the Pharaoh’s order that newborn Hebrew boys be killed. She watched as the Pharaoh’s daughter discovered the infant and decided to adopt him. Miriam then suggested that the princess take on a nurse for the child, and suggested Yocheved; as a result, Moses was raised to be familiar with his background as a Hebrew. Miriam was a prophetess who sung a brief victory song after Pharaoh’s army was drowned in the Red Sea.
The unbroken light of surface tension, Élan of possibilities, Unfolds, retreats, unfolds fully now. Caress, the first touch, a kissing gentle Thought of yearning, then satisfies itself By turning on an off-key tonal pause And Marries faith to brushing innocence. Wish chances believing all naturalness In circulation--its circularity is Completion. -- Maria Leon-Ortiz
Wool felt seal / sea lion christmas ornament / key chain / mobile attachment
sello fieltro lana / ornamento de Navidad de lobos / por feltloved
9 Problems Destroy Our Oceans: A website that put together 9 of the biggest factors affecting our oceans today. It then shows a picture and gives ways it is harming out oceans and ways we may help preserve it ourselves.
Like sea lions? Then you’ll love reading all about this sea lion’s happy ending!