Doesn't this .....
|Venus Fly Trap|
Remind you a little of this ..... ?
|Feline Hand Trap|
"Hunters hunt them more often in the rainy season, because they are much easier to locate—normally they're pretty quiet." National Geographic
|Photo: Evan Sheline|
|With an 8.5-carat sapphire pendant as blue as the ocean,|
Amour de la Mer (“love of the sea”) is illuminated by more than
600 hand-set diamonds. An ostrich leather band provides flexibility
and durability that will last a lifetime.
|Photo: Maryland Dog|
The rapid-fire movement of the feline jaw that happens when a cat stalks its prey may be similar to a Pavlovian instinct witnessed in dogs who salivate come mealtime. But the truth is that we’re not quite sure exactly why cats chatter at potential prey. After all, felines tend to be stealth, soundless hunters who'd certainly tip off prey with this behavior in the wild — which is why some behaviorists speculate that house cats are simply displaying pent-up frustration when faced with prey they can't attack. Vet Street
|Photo: Pet and Supply|
|Photo: New Year Funny Photos|