Presque Isle River flow at the pothole rapids located in the Porcupine Mountains State Park, Upper Michigan. Sand and silt whirrling in a circular eddy causing deep “pot hole” features to be created through many years of erosion. On this day the river flow was at a very high rate, slightly obscurring the geologic features. The lush forest sweeping the sides of the river in ornamental decor.
The Periah Peak caecilian (Gegeneophis carnosus) is a species of caecilian found in Karnataka and Kerala states, India. It’s common name refers to its type locality (Periya Peak, Wayanad, Kerala), though it is also known under names blind caecilian and pink blind caecilian.
Gegeneophis carnosus is a rather small species of caecilian with a flesh-coloured body. The body ends in a blunt shield; the eyes are not visible externally. The tentacular apertures are below and behind the nostrils, which are placed close to the tip of the snout, so that they are not quite visible from top. It is thought to be distributed in the hills of Kerala and Karnataka in India