foowahu featured this crab in the [link] News
Technically, this is a [link] "Sally Lightfoot" crab.
[link] Galapagos Islands Series
sooper-deviant featured this in his [link] journal.
[link] Featured in the News
Some Other Galapagos Animals
500 Pound Shy Tortoise
Yellow Faced Iguana
Shy Blue Footed Boobie
Really Dead Iguana
on A Really Big Sally Lightfoot. This is one of the most common crabs along the western coast of the Americas. It is known variously as, "red rock crab", "abuete negro", and along with crabs such as Percnon gibbesi or the "Sally Lightfoot." I saw hundreds of them in the Galapagos Islands.
on Havasupai Falls. I hiked six hours to get to these waterfalls. They washed my mind of its trivial worries and clutter. I walked away feeling free. [link]
on Harmony Smile Courage. The Chinese roots of Japanese calligraphy go back to the twenty-eighth century BCE, to a time when pictographs were inscribed on bone for religious purposes. When this writing developed into an instrument of administration for the state, the need for a uniform script was felt and Li Si, prime minister in the Chinese dynasty of Qin, standardized a script and its way of being written. He sanctioned a form of script based on squares of uniform size into which all characters could be written from eight strokes. He also devised rules of composition where horizontal strokes are written first and characters are composed starting from top to bottom, left to right. [link]
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