View of the Rio Celeste waterfall, tropical rainforest of Tenorio Volcano National Park
View of the Rio Celeste waterfall, tropical rainforest of Tenorio Volcano National Park, Costa Rica. The blue color arises due to a physical phenomenon known as Mie scattering triggered by the presence of certain minerals in the river's water.
Adventure, Biodiversity Hotspot, Blue, Catalogue14, Central America, Colour, Costa Rica, February, Flowing Water, Forest, Freshwater, Interesting, Latin America, National Park, Protected Area, Rainforest, Reserve, Tropical Rainforest, Water, Waterfall
Borneo giant forest scorpion (Heterometrus longimanus) resting inside a fallen hollow log
Borneo giant forest scorpion (Heterometrus longimanus) resting inside a fallen hollow log. Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo. Photographed with natural light and UV light, see 1588717 for a comparative image with natural light only
Animal, Animalia, Arachnid, Arachnida, Arthropod, Arthropoda, Asia, Asian Giant Forest Scorpion, Blue, Borneo, Borneo Island, Burrowing Scorpion, Chelicerata, Chelicerate, Colour, Danum Valley, Forest, Giant Forest Scorpion, Heterometrus, Heterometrus Longimanus, Invertebrate, Light, Luminosity, Rainforest, Sabah, Scorpion, Scorpiones, Scorpionidae, South East Asia, Tropical, Ultra Violet Light, Ultraviolet Light, Uv Light, Wildlife
Mount Lidgbird (777 m) and Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) with two tall Curly palm trees
Mount Lidgbird (777 m) and Kentia palms (Howea forsteriana) with two tall Curly palm trees (Howea belmoreana) Lord Howe island, Lord Howe Island Group UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, New South Wales, Australia, October 2012.
Angiosperm, Angiospermae, Arecaceae, Arecales, Australasia, Australia, Flowering Plant, Forest, Howea, Howeia, Island, Islands, Landscape, Lilianae, Lord Howe Island, Magnoliopsida, Monocot, Monocotyledon, Mountain, New South Wales, Palm, Palm Tree, Palmaceae, Palmae, Plant, Plantae, Protected Area, Rainforest, Seed Plant, Spermatophyte, Spermatophytina, Sub Tropical Rainforest, Tracheophyta, Unesco World Heritage Site, Vascular Plant