Photos

Photographer's Note

In nature almost all living beings needs a parterner for reproduction or have to sexual organs in the same living being. And and some cases one could result in two like bacterias.

Here we saw life in many aspects. The grass or more technically graminoids, are monocotyledonous, usually herbaceous plants with narrow leaves growing from the base.
The two sisters plants, probably from Aspargales plant Order, and like grass are monocotyledonous plants too.
There are some cactus here. These plants are from dicotyledonous group.
There are many other plants that I could not identify here.
Continuing our life analisys, there are two black spots of the right side close to the sea. These are two swallows flying. In this day many swallows were flying.
Swallows are birds and different from plants they belongs to the animals group. The Animalia like Plants, is a great group with lots of differents living beings including Fishs (with cartilage or bone skeleton), Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals. Birds in evolution are very close to reptiles. Reptiles were very common here too. I saw many small lizards, but they are so fast that I could not photograph them. Fish are very common in Macae city, besides we can't see them inside the see, you could see many fishmen looking for them.

In Animalia group there are the Arthropoda too. Here they are not visible, but crabs and many types of insect where there. I took a photo of a bee that you could see in the workshop complementary photo. In complementary photo II you could see a molluscs shell probably used by a Hermit crabs since it was a bit far from the sea and sand.

I took this photo at Mar do Norte beach a desert and very wild beach with typical restinga eco-system around.

Associated photos took in the same place:
Complementary photo I - wild bee
Complementary photo II - mollusc shell
Looking for fish
Mar do Norte Beach
Native Vegetation

bukitgolfb301, worldcitizen has marked this note useful

Photo Information
Viewed: 890
Points: 4
Discussions
Additional Photos by Andre Bonavita (bona) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1324 W: 110 N: 3057] (14327)
View More Pictures
explore TREKEARTH