Just a photograph of a Carolina (green) anole in Key Largo, Florida. These cuties are native to Florida.
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Photographs from some local serpentine barrens — areas that are naturally toxic due to the magnesium, cobalt, nickel, chromium, asbestos, other nasties leaching out from the green serpentine rocks (California’s state rock). Serpentine soil is also famously low in phosphorous … Continue reading
Even though water bottles are often made of #1 plastic, quite a bit of oil is used (or burned) to make, decorate, fill, transport, chill, and recycle them. (Energy details here, if you’re interested.) And most people don’t recycle them. … Continue reading
The companion photo to my previous post. My favorite among them is the insulated Thermos behind the model’s right leg. Ice cubes stay solid for over 24 hours. Coffee stays lawsuit-hot for the entire morning. Don’t try that with a … Continue reading
If you read this post for 60 seconds, that’s how long it will take Americans to use 90,000 water bottles…that’s 1,500 every second, folks (source). A shameful statistic, for sure, and many people have decided to stop using them except … Continue reading