This video gives you a good idea of what it's like to fish for steelhead. If you like to fish, make sure your volume is high enough to hear the drag scream when the first fish lights it up on its reel scorching runs. The second fish was a small one, but it gives you an idea of how these fish can jump. That's part of what makes steelheading so fun; these fish do it all.
A little while ago I said I'd see if I could get a picture of a mature black swallowtail caterpillar's methods of self defense. You remember they start out mimicking a bird dropping, then grow to their mature appearance (such as the ones here) where they rely on their coloring to blend in with the surroundings.
However, if a predator does spot them and they are threatened, these caterpillars will extend a forked orange protuberance from just behind their heads. It looks like a snake tongue, and emits a foul odor. You can see the second caterpillar in the picture doing that here.
Be assured no caterpillars were harmed in taking these pictures. I squeezed very gently (the big guy never would do it, no matter how much I poked and prodded) and then left him alone to eat away.