Some of the cats sure do look strange here. 🤔
Before living in Playa del Carmen a few years ago, I did not even know that this animal existed. I walked past a group of cats eating breakfast on my way to the beach one morning and noticed that one of those things was not like the others. I had to ask someone what the heck it was. Known as ‘tzereques’ (pronounced se-reck-ees) by the locals and ‘agoutis’ in English, they can be seen roaming around the beach and jungle areas. While they are a bit shy, they usually let you get close enough to snap a photo or two. The local cats know enough not to mess with a rodent this big and let them hang around and even share their food. #pptravelencounters @passionpassport
"I've only seen butterflies like this in animation movies" @mypurehabit 💙
This is Cool Pool on the Thakhek Loop. Thousands of butterflies everywhere creating swirling streams of white and yellow in the air.
We’re going to miss the #DailyPlanet show on @discoverycanada. The final episode will air June 5th. Beakerhead co-founder Jay Ingram hosted the show for 16 years. It suits our style perfectly and as Jay himself always said, “If Daily Planet were to have a street party, it would be Beakerhead!" 📷: @neil_zee
@ksitetv’s Craig Byrne (@vader1206) stopped by last night to record “Whine, Whine, Whine” and brought his original Daily Planet mug prop from the show. Never been so jealous before! I cannot tell you how long I have had “daily planet mug” as a saved search on eBay. Such a cool keepsake! Thanks for sharing, Craig! #loisandclark#superman#dailyplanet
Brief pause in posting my photos from Catalina, because I just heard news that Daily Planet, Discovery Channel Canada’s daily science show, has been cancelled. Truly one of the highlights of my career - and life so far - was working on stories for @paulewis58 and his team. From covering the earthquake in #Haiti to Prince William & Kate’s #royalwedding - and many random stories in between (including eating a 🍩 I stole from a 🐷 that was being CGI animated, all while he pee’d on my shoe) . It was my favorite show to watch and report for - I feel incredibly lucky to have been a teeny-tiny blip in its incredible legacy. #RIPDailyPlanet my heart goes out to all those who lost their jobs today. In a world where there is a war against the press, against science, and where climate change denial is real... you’d think a show like Daily Planet is needed more than ever. Best wishes to the talented team that made tv magic for over two decades. 🌎💫 | (➡️ Swipe to see some photos from our production in Haiti- that’s not a grainy filter, these were taken on a 2009 blackberry.)