wordpress stats

Back off, this is my toy!!!

Otters are relatively social but if you have never had the habit to keep an eye on your camera, this is the reason to start. When they catch a prey- in this case a camera, they eat it on the run if it is small enough. If they need to grip it while they eat it, they usually go to a log where they can sit and eat, but I think they will not like the taste : )

this is my toy 1 Back off, this is my toy!!!

Cute little fawn Rupert

After she was hit by a car pregnant female deer, she had severe head, jaw and pelvic injuries. Sadly despite expert care, her injuries were too severe and she would not recover from them, and so the vet decided the kindest thing would be to put her to sleep. As her pregnancy was so far advanced, the decision was taken to give her unborn fawn a chance. The little fawn Rupert was delivered by Caesarean section.

cute deer  Cute little fawn Rupert

Humanity

humanity HumanityOmo Valley is almost unique in the world in that so many different people inhabit such a tiny area.  Historians believe that the south served for a millennia as a kind of cultural crossroads where quite different ethnic people met as they migrated from the north, south, east, and west. The peoples of the lower Omo Valley are considered among the most fascinating on the African continent.

Cute baby koala in water

Joey is an cute baby koala that was found very sick beneath the verandah of Mrs Tracey Young. It was after discovered that he had been abandoned from it is sick mum and allowed to roast in the blistering temperatures. Believably his mum had become distressed and disoriented by the heat and then she left alone the baby on its own without even realising. Blisteringly hot conditions forced the baby koala down of it is tree, he feel relief in the shadow from the verandah where he was eventualy found by the kids of Mrs Young. While she filled a pail with water the little creature gets a handle on the it quite shyly.
Cute Refreshed Koala  Cute baby koala in water

Fox which does not distinguish between food and toys

Don’t play with your food, son! Fox cub tosses mouse snack around before enjoying his feast. It’s not polite to play with your dinner but no one told this naughty Mr Fox. Tossing a poor little mouse about like a rag doll, this cub may be having a great time – though for the meal in question, it doesn’t look anywhere near as much fun. Nature photographer Marcin Nawrocki, 34, from Poland, noticed a young family of foxes living near his home town of Kutno, when he was out searching for birds living on a river.

Read more: dailymail.co.uk

fox mouse  Fox which does not distinguish between food and toys

Super mouse on duty

The best known mouse species is the common house mouse. It is also a popular pet. In some places, certain kinds of field mice are also common. They are known to invade homes for food and occasionally shelter.

Many people buy mice as companion pets. They can be playful, loving and can grow used to being handled. Like pet rats, pet mice should not be left unsupervised outside.

House mice, deer mice and white-footed mice also go to the bathroom just like any other animal. Your insulation will become a trampled bed of mouse fecal matter and urine.

sourcemouse on duty  Super mouse on duty

Disney Bambi and Thumper in real life

Meet the real-life Bambi and Thumper – a cute baby deer and a fluffy rabbit who have become absolutely inseparable. The cute pair became best friends last June when Bambi was found cowering at the side of a busy major road aged just one day old. Just like in the 1942 Walt Disney classic, poor little Bambi had lost her mother and was left all alone. But motorist Svetlana Harper, 35, spotted her shivvering by the roadside, brought her home and nursed her back to full health.

Disney Bambi and Thumper real life  Disney Bambi and Thumper in real life

Cute Baby Hippo

Only two-and-a-half weeks old but already weighing in at 40kg (88lb) a baby hippopotamus swims alongside her mother.

The calf was kept away from the other hippos in the zoo for the first two weeks of her life, while she bonded with her mother. In the wild hippos are gregarious, and live in groups of up to 40.

Female hippos reach sexual maturity at five to six years old and have a gestation period of eight months. Baby hippos are born underwater and must swim to the surface to take their first breath. Calfs rest on their mother’s back when in deep water and swim underwater to suckle.

This cute baby animals pictures are taken  from travel zoo in Berlin.

Cute Baby Hippo  Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 1 Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 2 Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 3 Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 4 Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 5 Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 6 Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 7 Cute Baby Hippo

Cute Baby Hippo 8 Cute Baby Hippo

Funny animals dentist

All animals know that it is very important to keep teeth clean, some of them decided to help each others in this. Some animals, particularly carnivores, also use teeth for hunting or for defensive purposes. The roots of teeth are covered by gums. Teeth are not made of bone, but rather of multiple tissues of varying density and hardness.

Teeth are among the most distinctive features of mammal species. Paleontologists use teeth to identify fossil species and determine their relationships. The shape of the animal’s teeth are related to its diet.
Funny animals dentist  Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 1 Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 2 Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 3 Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 5 Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 6 Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 7 Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 8 Funny animals dentist

Funny animals dentist 4 Funny animals dentist

Weird white insects

Many insects are considered pests by humans. Insects commonly regarded as pests include those that are parasitic (mosquitoes, lice, bed bugs), transmit diseases (mosquitoes, flies), damage structures (termites), or destroy agricultural goods (locusts, weevils). Many entomologists are involved in various forms of pest control, as in research for companies to produce insecticides, but increasingly relying on methods of biological pest control, or biocontrol.

photo source:  flickr.com

Weird white spider  Weird white insects

Weird white spider 1 Weird white insects

Weird white spider 2 Weird white insects

Weird white spider 3 Weird white insects

Weird white spider 4 Weird white insects

Weird white spider 5 Weird white insects

Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters

Ivan Dementievsky traveler brings from his travels not only the impressions and souvenirs, but also wonderful pictures. Thanks to him we will be able to go to Nepal, where every year in the spring of locals extract the honey of wild bees Himalayan.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees  Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  The final destination of our journey – this village. The photograph’s main square, which probably 200-250 square meters. Naturally the entire village in the square. Evening, weekend, if not to talk. And then we come!

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 1 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  At night, by candlelight, cook dinner.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 2 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  In the morning the whole village was emptied into the street. Began gathering in the mountains.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 3 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  Are almost all men. Even the military, somehow found themselves in this morning in the village. But the production – it is the prerogative of the elderly. They even joked, saying the young need to plow the old man that the old man, if something happens, then let it be old but not young and strong man …

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 4 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  We are advancing with the first group, which is all that is needed for running over rocks, namely woven ropes and cables, and carved wood staircase. Prior to coming all the participants, ropes zamochut in water and will turn into stairs.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 5 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  Frankly, looking at it was somewhat frightening. Nowadays, high technology, there is different equipment for climbing. And here all handmade. Soaked rope no more than an hour.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 6 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  We got white caps with a grid of bees. We as a sluggish to react to this but when the guide was bitten by a bee on the forehead, we quickly equipped. It turned out that bees respond more and the dark, and here I had not sweet – for me it was a dark jacket. As a result of a finger, I got a bee

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 7 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  In the wet rope Nepalis inserted wooden sticks – a step further steps. Then they were tightly linked. What? Makeshift ropes which were immediately made themselves and from plants.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 8 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  Manufacture of the most ropes.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 9 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  When the ladder is ready, it shall be to a place hives. There have already begun to kindle the fires, whose smoke drives away the bees.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 10 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  About 15 minutes after they started smoking, the bees were flying around in a rage, and to whom it has got. But then they become weak and can already be over – is less secure work and approach. Nepali one or two or more bee stings is not terrible, they have already developed a visible immunity, we have also bee sting will take a lot of trouble. If you look closely, you can at the top on a white background to see a lot of small black dots …

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 11 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  Top, above the place where there are hives, tie a rope and throw down. There it is tied to a ladder, and thus it is stretched in the right place.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 12 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 13 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  Then supplied from the bottom with ropes poles with which to work two people. And the basket, too, from the top down will be on the ropes

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 14 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 15 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  guys basically worked together. First, they unstick already dry cells, and then a basket holding the second place sixth scraped from the stone cell.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 16 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  Honeycomb without honey, they did not throw well, too, take away with them.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 17 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  This is how they harvested honey. As far as guys bitten, I can not even imagine. But when I saw them up close, the faces were swollen very specifically.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 18 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  And a few cards in issue.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 19 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 20 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  This virtuoso. When a teammate has left, this Nepalis had to work alone. By the way, they themselves tied with ropes to the ladder. I thought it was just we is not seen, and for us it is a wonder, but not to the place of gathering came a lot of local and they looked with curiosity at all this.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 21 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 22 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  This basket full of honey production, which is published throughout all homes.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 23 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters  the boys were carrying an empty cell.

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 24 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters

Honey hunters of wild Himalayan bees 25 Himalayan Wild bees honey hunters

Fish With “Hands”

This is the appropriately named “Hand Fish”. It has hands and walks with them. Should fish have hands?

handfish2 Fish With Handsphoto source

Using its fins to walk, rather than swim, along the ocean floor in an undated picture, the pink handfish is one of nine newly named species described in a recent scientific review of the handfish family.

Only four specimens of the elusive four-inch (ten-centimeter) pink handfish have ever been found, and all of those were collected from areas around the city of Hobart (map), on the Australian island of Tasmania.

pink handfish Fish With Hands

Pink handfish

The previously known spotted handfish, is found on sandy sediments at the bottom of Tasmania’s Derwent Estuary and adjoining bays. The fish use their fins to walk along the seabed, where they eat small invertebrates such as worms and crustaceans.

Handfish’s slow movements and tendencies to stay within tightly confined habitats would seem to make the fish easy targets for predators. But researchers think handfish have a secret weapon: a toxic skin that kills most attackers.

Spot Walk handfish Fish With Hands

Spot Walk Handfish

The red handfish, a previously known species, is listed as vulnerable in Australia, where it’s found only around the southern island state of Tasmania.

Not much is known about handfish, because their populations are low and they are not often seen in the wild. But researchers suggest handfish lay fewer eggs than most other fish species, which means their long-term survival is a concern.

red handfish Fish With Hands

Red handfish

Newly described as its own species, the Ziebell’s handfish typically has yellow fins, as seen in photo, but the species can also appear with a mottled purplish coloration. Ziebell’s handfish is found only in small, isolated populations off Tasmania and is listed as vulnerable in Australia.

Today all handfish are found only around southeastern Australia. But about 50 million years ago the animals likely inhabited regions around the world.

Ziebell handfish Fish With Hands

Ziebell's handfish

source:  nationalgeographic.com

Please get in line

Just for the sake of fun and laughter! Well, that is what this is about… Getting to know animals better through the funny animal facts listed here. Like they say learning can be an entertaining process…
In this issue we offer you a selection of photos of the “building” of animals in one line.
get in line  Please get in line

get in line 1 Please get in line

get in line 2 Please get in line

get in line 3 Please get in line

get in line 4 Please get in line

get in line 5 Please get in line

get in line 6 Please get in line

get in line 7 Please get in line

get in line 8 Please get in line

get in line 9 Please get in line

get in line 10 Please get in line

get in line 11 Please get in line

get in line 12 Please get in line

get in line 13 Please get in line

get in line 14 Please get in line

get in line 15 Please get in line

get in line 16 Please get in line

Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Owls are known to be fascinating creatures, but do we think of them as funny? Well, as a matter of fact, they are quite funny and these pictures are testament to that fact.

We see many different kinds of owls in these pictures and as you can see they look extremely funny. To begin with, their large bulging eyes give them a very funny expression, no matter which type of owl they are. And when they close their eyes and cock their head to one side, it gives one the feeling that they are listening to a tune unheard by any of us. When they have their beaks open, they look like they are actually laughing openly. There is one picture of a large dog licking the face of a snowy owl which is exceptionally funny. Another funny picture is that of an angry looking owl being hosed down.

Funny Owls  Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls

Funny Owls 20 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 19 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 18 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 17 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 16 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 15 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 14 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 13 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 12 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 11 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 10 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 9 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 8 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 7 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 6 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 5 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 4 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 3 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 2 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls

Funny Owls 1 Fascinating, Yet Funny Owls


Funny animals

In this issue are pictures of funny moments involving wild animals. These pictures taken in different parts of the world, you’ll see the most unbelievable poses and faces of animals, as never make them look like a man. See and smile.

funny animals Funny animals

funny animals 1 Funny animals

funny animals 2 Funny animals

funny animals 3 Funny animals

funny animals 4 Funny animals

funny animals 5 Funny animals

funny animals 6 Funny animals

funny animals 7 Funny animals

funny animals 8 Funny animals

funny animals 9 Funny animals

funny animals 10 Funny animals

funny animals 11 Funny animals

funny animals 12 Funny animals

funny animals 13 Funny animals

Amazing bird technique of hunting for fish

The following screenshot shows the amazing technique of hunting for fish in the performance spotted a kingfisher, captured by Delson Roche.

Bird hunting fish 5 Amazing bird technique of hunting for fish

Bird hunting fish 6 Amazing bird technique of hunting for fish

Bird hunting fish 7 Amazing bird technique of hunting for fish

Bird hunting fish 8 Amazing bird technique of hunting for fish

Page 1 of 212