Amazing Nature Zoology Curation: Oct 2021 #3
@nelinoeva here with highlights of curated posts in Amazing Nature Community.
I am pleased to share with you highlights of the curated posts in zoology each week with the help of @oscurity, zoology moderator.
Amazing Nature is a fast growing community where nature lovers meet. You are invited to join and be part of our community. Your original content will be rewarded and you can take part in the weekly contest run by the community owner @adalger or in the thematic weekly challenge by @bucipuci.
Here are the posts that were curated last week and I kindly ask you to give your support to their amazing authors. Snakes and spiders aren't horrible. They all play important role and are part of the amazing nature.
Meet the most dangerous snakes in South Africa with @papilloncharity. You will find interesting facts about them in his post
👉Most dangerous snakes in South Africa.👈
Many may not like spiders, but not @freemotherearth, who has fascinating story about the Orb Weaver.
👉Marbled Orb Weaver (Araneus Marmoreus)👈
@borjan made Tree Tuesday post, but what he found under the trees is abundance of insects.
👉WHAT I FOUND UNDER THE FALSE ACACIA TODAY (A Tree Tuesday post)👈
Special features in Amazing Nature
- A weekly contest organized by @adalger, the Amazing Nature community leader
- Amazing Nature articles curated by community moderators, @nelinoeva, @redheadpei, @oscurity, @jlufer.
- Thematic Challenge by @bucipuci
Thank you for being with us and see you next time with more amazing posts!
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DNA - Densifying Nature-Appreciation :
DNA is an organization to foster and DENSIFY NATURE-APPRECIATION which aims to establish REPORTS OF BIODIVERSITY DATA that is contributed by all of us Hiveans and subsequently cataloged.
Therefore DNA searches for HIGH-QUALITY posts that aim to DESCRIBE and determine the BIODIVERSITY AROUND YOU with added EXPLANATIONS and INFORMATION. For these informative posts they offer a CURATION SERVICE using the @dna.org account. It is also a CURATION TRAIL. Just add the #dna TAG if you think that any of your posts is what they are looking for.