19 Unique Animal Photos That Are Too Cute To Miss

19 Unique Animal Photos That Are Too Cute To Miss –

 

 

It seems to us that the worlds of animals and humans are completely different, with their own rules and types of behavior. However, if we take a closer look at all the living creatures that surround us, we’ll see that we have much more in common than we used to think. Just continue reading this article, and you’ll definitely be surprised.

 

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Фотограф @yensen_tan ———- ☝️ ИНТЕРЕСНЫЙ ФАКТ 👇 Attacus Atlas – ночная бабочка, считающаяся самой большой в мире. Иногда эту полуночную красавицу люди принимают за птицу – настолько велики ее размеры! Только представьте – размах крыльев этой великанши достигает 30 сантиметров. ———- #macro_mir #макромир #макро #макросъемка #макрофото #macro #makro #макрофотография #макрофотограф

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The Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition is now open for entries. If you’re a scientist and a shutter bug, enter your picture today. You could win a cash prize. The small tree frog Phyllomedusa nordestina lives in the Brazilian semi-arid desert (Caatinga) and remains, at least for 8 months of the year, totally hidden, protecting itself against desiccation. Early in the year, after the first summer rains, the dry, brown and cactaceous landscape of the Caatinga gives rise to a magnificent green scenario, awaking the dormant flora and fauna. The apparent fragile tree frogs follow this same tendency and change their usual brownish colour to the fresh summer green. With this new garment, they mate within the flowers and leaves that also colour the scenario, often (as in this case), with natural pomp. Reproduction usually occurs in puddles or on the shores of small temporary swamps. Everything must be very fast because drought will ruthlessly return. #science #technology #biology #space #physics #art #engineering #research #nasa #chemistry #love #nature #facts #education #astronomy #scientist #universe #tech #stem #memes #earth #health #photography #medicine #motivation #innovation #knowledge

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We’re revisiting some of our favourite posts from past photo competitions. This image was taken by Antonia Doncila. "This photograph was taken while crossing the Fram Strait to recover and redeploy mooring equipment near the eastern Greenland coast. Since the Arctic Ocean is warming at double the rate compared with the rest of the globe, it was painful yet unsurprising for us to see that at 80°N sea-ice was sparse. On our journey, we saw polar bears swimming in an ocean of open water with no shadow of sea-ice for them to rest their heavy bodies on. Those polar bears were doomed to die from overheating while swimming hopeless in any direction. The protagonist of this photograph has been lucky. He found a portion of fast ice which rapidly became his home. His gaze into the water represents the product of our societal wrongdoings." #science #biology #technology #physics #art #research #nature #chemistry #engineering #space #education #love #nasa #astronomy #scientist #stem #universe #health #medicine #earth #facts #cosmos #memes #knowledge #like #tech #photography #RSPPhotocomp

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The Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition is now open for entries. If you’re a scientist and a shutter bug, enter your picture today. You could win a cash prize. To celebrate the competition, we’ve picked some of our favourite images from the past few years of the competition and we’re sharing them with you here. Find more entries by using #RSPphotocomp. In this reciprocal relationship the butterflies get salt and the Caimen gets to look a whole lot prettier than it otherwise would. #science #technology #biology #space #physics #art #engineering #research #nasa #chemistry #love #nature #facts #education #astronomy #scientist #universe #tech #stem #memes #earth #health #photography #medicine #motivation #innovation #knowledge

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old * old * old . I post my most famous picture again today and tell my favourite story (after that I don't tell it anymore). 😃😃 . I went for a walk with Ingo and Poldi and the sun went down 🌅 . A fallen tree layed beside the path and I asked Ingo to jump on it. . Because Ingo is a Malinois, he doesn't let me out of his sight, so I threw his ball past him towards the setting sun 🌞 . Poldi flew on my shoulder 🦉😊 . Malinois are also very wild and I always have to talk to ingo very calmly and deep 🙈😊 . So I walked up and down the dirt road with my camera, took pictures and always said: "where is he?“ „where is he?“ (the ball, you know 😊🙈) . Suddenly I heard a noise. I turned around and there was a man on the way, staring at me with his eyes and mouth wide open 😱 . When I looked at him, he suddenly ran away 🙈🙈🙈😳😳 . I thought: what an idiot …🙈 But on the way home I had thought to myself: ok, on a dirt road a woman walks with an owl on her shoulder says always deeply: wooo is heeee? … Ok 🙈😂😂😂😂 . ——– Werbung, da Nennung #animal #animals #animalphotograpy #tier #tiere #tierfotografie #dog #dogs #doglovers #malinois #cute #cutecouple #owl #owls #funny #nature #mushrooms #owlsofinstagram #eule #friend #friends #eulen #bestbirdshots #hund #hunde #Eulen #hundefotografie #friends #eizo #nikon #nikondeutschland #nikonphotography

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