The Beautiful Nubian Lion Now Extinct in The Wild
by Sue Demetrio
Sheltered between it’s mother’s legs, a young elephant calf mimic’s her every move, learning what it should feed on and how best to do that. Image captured by Grant Atkinson whilst leading a photosafari with Pangolin Photo Safaris on the Chobe River, Botswana.
by Grant Atkinson/ Atkinson Photography and Safaris
A baby gorilla playing in Bwindi Forest, Uganda by photographer Andrew Schoeman whilst on a photosafari with Andbeyond
by Andrew Schoeman Photography
Oh my dog!!
Snoop spotted wearing a dead leopard at his concert in Durban back in may
Image courtesy of Moses Mabida Stadium, SA
Tiger sisters on their way..
Height of elegance, grace, beauty and bravery!!! On the verge of extinction at the hands of human beings.
Photo by Rainer Leiss
Somali wild asses, male on left and female on right. The most endangered of all equines with less than 250 left in the wild.
by Adrian Tavano Photos
We have seen many examples of unusual friendship between humans and animals. This is another similar story: a boy aged twelve found a little sparrow that was about to die. He took care of the bird and helped it to recover. The sparrow named Ebby is so grateful now that does not leave its rescuer even for a minute.
Source: English Russian
A protective Wildebeest mother leaves a leopard licking its wounds after a failed attack. The predator stalked and then pounced on a seemingly doomed six-month-old calf. However, its nearby mother quickly counteracted with a precision horned-headbutt to the leopard’s upper body.
Picture: Martin Farrell/REX FEATURES
A cheetah at sunrise, Masai Mara, Kenya
by Majed Ali
OM nom nom nom…me want plankton
This Cookie Moster lookalike – actually a stove-pipe sponge was snapped by underwater photographer Mauricio Handler near Curacao in the Caribbean. It shares the same wonky eyes and huge mouth as the TV muppet. But eats plankton not cookies.
Courtesy of Mauricio Handler Photography
Lion king of Kaboong, Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
by Todd Forsythe
Leopard in a tree, Kaboong, Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
by Todd Forsythe
Spooky shrunken heads buried in the garden? No, they’re just seed pods, says expert
The seed pods of the Aquilegia plant look like small but perfectly formed skulls complete with teeth.
via The Daily Mail
The Cave Dweller – Clouded Leopard (male), Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Chonburi, Thailand
by Ashley Vincent
Tigers appear in Yen Bai Province, Vietnam