Heather Tookey has visited cheetah friend Dew to sunbathe and have sleepover four times in South Africa after the pair first met in 2011.
Penguin The Magpie is the most popular bird on Instagram which is rescued and nursed back to health by Bloom family in Newport, Australia. Though the bird is magpie but this family named Penguin.
Most people have fear of reptile world but these more than 20 baby chameleons, recently hatched at Taronga Zoo in Sydney can impress you with their cuteness. The green creatures, native to Yemen and Saudi Arabia, will mature and showcase full colour palette within a year.
Some chameleon species are able to change their skin coloration. Color change in chameleons has functions in social signaling and in reactions to temperature and other conditions, as well as in camouflage.
Photographer Bob Ianson caught a fight between a harbor seal and giant pacific octopus in the waters off Victoria’s Ogden Point. Ianson, owner of Heirloom Linens, was on a walk with his family by Ogden Point Breakwater in Victoria, Canada, when he saw the two creatures battling one another. Ianson immediately pulled out his camera and started shooting without a moment to spare.
Some of the oldest and most ancient species on the planet earth are also the most terrifying. These animals have stood the test of time and are some of the longest surviving species in the world. They are also some of the most terrifying!
Can you imagine lion as a pet at home? and what about our daily life with a lion! In 1971, LIFE photographer Michael Rougier captured these photographs when he had spent time with actress Tippi Hedren (star of the famous Alfred Hitchcock movie “The Birds”) with her husband, Noel Marshall, and her daughter, actress Melanie Griffith, and their lion, Neil. These pictures were taken at the time when Melanie was 19.
Sarah DeRemer, 25, from California, started making the hybrid animals by photo morphing as a way to improve her Photoshop skills. Her latest set features 32 completely new creatures that were combined two separate animals to create one creature. The results are pretty awesome.
1. African Blue Whirrafano