Though no two snowflakes are alike, they commonly share what appears to be a three dimensional cube at the center, which is a true testament toward sacred geometry in nature. When you also consider the fact that snowflakes are formed from water and that water is essential to life, it really makes you think.
Some adorable valentines inspired by nature, from the always wonderful Bird and Mooncomic.
That middle one is especially cool. Certain species of ants “milk” sweet sap from aphids in order to get a sugary meal. It’s a biological relationship called “mutualistic symbiosis”. Maybe not love, but certainly a tight-knit bond.
The Pinocchio frog has strong hind legs for leaping, sticky feet for clinging to treetops, bulbous eyes for seeing all around, and a pointy, inflatable nose for… um… okay, fine, evolution has no idea what the pointy, inflatable nose is for.