The Power of Tiny


"Don't judge a book by the cover" Here are some quote-photos, that were made by learning from tiny animals that have unique power.

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Eyes is not only a window of soul, it's also a weapon if we can use it.

Just like eagles. While humans see just 3 basic colours, eagles see 5. In fact the eagles’ vision is among the sharpest of any animal and studies suggest that some eagles can spot an animal the size of a rabbit up to two miles away! ••••••• (Photo by Sunu & JW fam, Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia)

To be success better we look for 360 degree feedback.

Learn from dragonfly. Nearly all of the dragonfly’s head is eye, so they have incredible vision that encompasses almost every angle except right behind them ••••••• (Photo by Sunu & JW fam, home, Bekasi, Indonesia)

Cute doesn't always mean nice.

Just like ladybugs. Ladybugs practice cannibalism. If food is scarce, ladybugs will do what they must to survive, even if it means eating each other. A hungry ladybug will make a meal of any soft-bodied sibling it encounters. ••••••• (Photo by Sunu & JW fam, Switzerland)

Teamwork is important but actually the individual power to do everything independently is the basic.

Learn from spiders. Spun from silk, with the strength of steel but with extraordinary elasticity, a a spider's web has long been regarded as one of Mother Nature's most amazing feats. And spider do it without help, depend only on itself. •••••• (Photo by Sunu & JW fam, Nyaru Menteng, Central Borneo, Indonesia


Have no eyes doesn't mean we can't see. Have no ear doesn't mean we can't smell, because we have brain & heart.

Just like earthworms. Earthworms do not have a nose, eyes, ears, or hands to gather sensory information about their environment. Instead, they depend on their prostomium and sensory receptors in their skin to "feel" their way through the soil. •••••• (Video by Sunu & JW fam, Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia)

Tiny doesn't mean weak if we have teamwork.

Learn from ants. Ants can lift and carry many many times their own weight. In fact the tiny leafcutter ant can lift and carry in its jaws something 50 times its own body weight of about 500mg. ••••••• (Video by Sunu & JW fam, Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia)

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