Oppression, interaction, collaboration. In the life cycle of nature nothing is lost, but the coexistence of different species is sometimes difficult. In Madagascar there periodically recurs the archaic antagonism between man and the migratory locust, in a circle of life where the two species [compete] for space and food for their survival. Here inside the heavy bag there are in fact locusts that the man caught during the day.
Animals that look like plants, feather star crinoids sweep plankton from the waters of Kimbe Bay on the coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea. With 900 species of reef fish, the bay literally pulses with life—a movable feast for predators like these barracuda.