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flora and fauna in Cambodia (Part 2)

22 Mar

rearing crocs?

croc yawning! haha…

snake…

yellow-green frog.

ants…….. whats impressive, is that when you zoom in, you can see the eyes clearly… goodness gracious! thats the closest ive ever taken an ant shot!

a dead frog. decomposing from inside..

spider on rock carvings in Ang Kor Wat…

baby monkey milking from mother.

awwwwwwwwww…………. its a family picture…!

being groomed…..

a cockroach found in the leaf litter.

nice flower. im pretty sure ive seen this in singapore before…… the sepals look too familiar…

was wondering whether these were webs spun by spiders.. but, i checked, its not by trapdoor spider… so, its really just eerie and weird that spiders can spin webs that look like its a hollow, when its really just a trap…

a praying mantis!!!!! spotted by student. couldnt get any clearer a shot, cos the mantis seemed agitated by all the hustle and bustle of excited students from singapore!

another common bug we see in singapore. name’s not coming to my mind…

bug’s eggs?

grasshopper…….. can you see it?

pretty spider from the leaf litter……..

cashewnuts were seriously blooming in abundance. abundance. unlike the rare one of two fruits we see in our sch…

a villager’s pig… will probably be slaughtered soon i think…

and an interesting fruit. a student said it was some sort of gourd…

so interesting to travel the world and check out all the animals and insects and plants they have…….. (:

up next…………….. the other thing that i lurved…………………. sunrises and sunsets in cambodia… 🙂

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Posted by on March 22, 2010 in i-Bio, i-Travel

 

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