…is a species of terrestrial flatworm that is native to the Natuna Island chain in Indonesia. Like other members of the genus Bipalium B.simrothi is a predator and feeds almost exclusively on earthworms, but is known to take molluscs as-well. It feeds by extending its pharynx (which is located in the middle of its body) into its prey and sucking out its insides like a drink.
Moor frogs (Rana arvalis) temporarily turning blue at the Ljubljana Marshes, Slovenia. It is thought that males turn blue during the mating season so they can quickly distinguish males from females among the dense frog populations. Photograph: Luka Esenko/Rex Features
A thalassematid echiuran (spoon worm) from Madang, Papua New Guinea, an odd animal that constantly changes its shape, is “never the same” … these 6 photos show the same individual, I also made nice videos of the remarkable peristaltic movements