Archive for category A B See Photo Meme
Z is for Zebra
This young zebra was observed grazing in the tall grass in the African Grasslands exhibit at the Detroit Zoo. “Jimmy”, born April 17, 2011, is an endangered Grevy Zebra, the largest of the three zebra species . I never realized that the stripes of a zebra start out brown, then turn black as the zebra ages! Here’s another interesting fact: The stripes of a zebra are as unique as our fingerprints!
I can’t believe I’ve made it to the end of the alphabet! Who knows? I may just have to start over at the beginning again…..hmmmm
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Y is for Yosemite
Yosemite National Park is almost 1,200 square miles of beautiful wilderness and is one of our nations first national parks. What an incredible display of God’s handiwork….magnificent waterfalls, majestic granite cliffs like El Capitan (pictured above), rambling river valleys, expansive prairies full of wild flowers, and giant sequoias.
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Admittedly, at first all I could think of for X was Xylophone! But I do not have a xylophone, so I had to rack my brain a bit! Then it dawned on me that I took this picture with my microscope for Apologia Biology, Module 14….all it needed was a label! Do you remember Xylem and Phloem? In case you’ve gotten a bit rusty on your plant biology, Xylem is the stuff that carries the water and dissolved minerals up to the leaves of a plant. In this picture of the Zea Mays (Corn) Root, it is where those nice empty looking circles are. (Look at the lower left corner of the letter X.)
And now I’m on to conquer the letter “Y”…..hmmmm
You can participate in the A B See Photo Meme too! Just click on the button
to find directions on the HSBA Post blog! I’m trying to work my way
through the alphabet in order; here’s my progress so far: