Photographer Trevor Gregg made ??an amusing series of photos of dogs catching frisbee. Pictures were taken at the dog show, catching flying discs at the annual Bowserfest in Dunedin, Florida. Some dogs can jump 6 feet in height and land on his feet like a cat.
There are so many different kinds of animals, that no one knows the exact number. So far, people have discovered very big number of them, but, so many animals has left to be a puzzle. Here is some really strange and bizarre animals, that i bet you never seen before. If you did, take a look again, because, these are some really special species.
Shishamo Makropinna (fish with a clear head)
People are always imagine successful with some girls in it, but, there is some new news in animal world – you were wrong! Successful ads can also be with animals. There are some really interesting campaigns who hired really cute and interesting animals to be lead actors in it. Hope you are going to love these ads, because, this is some really cool animal news! Take a look at these animal photos.
There are so many animals that are abandoned by their mothers, and it’s so sad when you see it. Staff Support Center elephants named David Sheldrick in Nairobi, Kenya, caring for African elephantas, that are abandoned, and it’s so nice to see that these animals are still protected from cruel laws of nature. Some really great animal news for abandoned baby animals!
1. Staff Support Center elephants named David Sheldrick in Nairobi, Kenya, protect elephant Shukur from rain and cold here so here is improvised raincoat.
2. During a morning walk elephant older fall to the ground, inviting friends to play junior.
3. Elephant Vasin two weeks old.
4. Every three hours elephants are fed a special milk substitutes, whose composition has been developed over decades.
5. Daphne Sheldrick, founder of the Support Center elephants named David Sheldrick in Nairobi, Kenya, during an evening stroll. In 1987, Sheldrick was the first who came out left without a mother African elephant.
6. Elephants in Tsavo National Park in the mountains Mitumba.
7. Elephants in mud baths in Tsavo National Park. Mud baths are extremely important for these animals, because they help protect them from overheating and to cleanse the skin from parasites.
8. Emily – the orphaned baby elephant who lives now in a herd of 22 of these comrades in misfortune. Poachers injured her arm in the rear leg, and veterinarians have the necessary assistance to elephant.
9. Emily is now 17 years old and she is the head of his flock. The photo next to it – Joseph Sauna, the veterinarian who removed the jammed her foot into an arrow. Sauna tells us that elephants are often reared in captivity, but was later released to freedom, returned to the person if they need help or to demonstrate to their young.
10. This two-year baby elephant died soon after fell into the support center named David Sheldrick elephant calves. Elephants are hard to adapt to captivity, being away from family, says the center staff member Angela Sheldrick.
52-year-old Jim Abernethy from Florida 35 years of his life was spent next to the largest and most dangerous sharks in the world. Some sharks even followed at his heels like a dog. Jim used his relationship with the sharks in order to take photos of predators in their natural habitat in the Bahamas, Mexico and South Africa, and published a book with your photos – “Shark near.”
1. All photos were taken during the past 10 years. Jim spends an average of 320 days a year, close to the sharks.
2. This photograph shows sharp teeth shark on the surface, the coast of Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
3. “I spend 11 months on board the ship and another month in Nature,” explains Jim. “I have no life … no kids and wife, no nothing. Over the past 20 years, my life is just to shoot video and take photos of sharks. “
4. Every day, Jim dives from the ship and swim with the sharks on 5-6 hours a day, making pictures and serving as a conduit for their clients.
5. He even has a flying boat, called Oversear, which is a modification of ultralight aircraft with a boat instead of wheels. Jim uses Oversear to take off from the surface of the ocean and take pictures of underwater animals from the air.
6. Photo jamb gray shark was taken from a flying boat off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida.
7. Jim makes his living by renting a boat to hire a professional wildlife photographer and television groups. All of them hope to look at the most powerful predator of the ocean thanks to Jim’s close relationship with some of the sharks, who recognize him at first sight.
8. One friendly tiger shark 15 feet long, nicknamed Emma Welcomes Jim, We swim directly to it, so that he patted her head and tickled her stomach.
9. Carnivorous shark circling near sharp teeth leg of Jim’s so close that most people would have been just a horror.
10. Tiger shark and shark sharp teeth near the coast of Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
11. One day Jim was inside one of the sharks. His mouth was sucked into a whale shark, when he photographed her. Jim somehow caught on her lips, allowing him to stay alive.
12. Jim began to swim with sharks at the age of nine, when grown on a tranquil island Singer, off the coast of Florida. For 12 years he was the Harpoon and regularly dived under the water, which competed with the sharks for food. In the photo: Great white shark off the coast of Guadalupe, Mexico.
13. “I’ve always been afraid of sharks, but soon realized that if we treat them with respect, they will respond positively. So, I changed my attitude to these predators, “said Jim. “I took my camera and started filming their behavior. I never picked up the harpoon. “
14. “On average, only four people a year die from shark attacks worldwide. For comparison: 50 – 60 people die each year from dog attacks. And that’s just in the U.S.. “
15. Jim decided to write his book to tell the children how important contribution to make the sharks in the ecosystem of the oceans. As the main predators, they regulate the amount of other marine animals and help maintain the delicate balance necessary for the health of the ocean.
In every cat owner’s life, there are some really cute and adorable moments with their cats. For our joy, some owners grab their cameras quickly, and record every single cute moment. I think every cat owner would agree with me if i say that cats is the most adorable pets in the whole world! These are some really great cat photos, and kittens photos, but, if you are new in all this, and if you are just got your sweet kittens, these are some really awesome news for you. So, new owners, make sure your camera is just near by, because, there will be a lots of cute moments with your new family member!
In this collection of photos you’ll see the rarest birds in the world. Pictures were taken by photographers who traveled to the most remote places on earth and spent many hours behind the lens, trying to find his victim for photo. All of them have taken their rightful place in international competition. During the competition was sent more than 566 photographs the most rare birds in the world.
1. In the photo shows a kakapo, the author – Shane McInnes, this picture has won in the category “Birds threatened or endangered birds in the wild.”
2. Second place in the same category took Savio Freire Bruno, with a fascinating picture of Brazilian goosander with ducklings.
3. In third place with David Boyle fantastic way frigates in flight from Christmas Island.
4. Fourth place was forest owl Dr. Joshua K. Joshi, reserve Melghat Tiger, Maharashtra, India.
5. 5th place in the same category of rare and endangered birds were given scorching (male) authorship Eric VAnderVerfa, Hawaii.
6. Honduran emerald from Robert Hyman, Valley of Rio Aqua, Pollidzhino, Honduras.
7. Winner in the category of “Endangered and rare birds” – Quan Ming Li from China with a nice photo of Asian ibis in flight.
8. Second place was given to San Huatszin with photo red crowned crane from East Asia.
9. In third place was Daniel Rosengren beautifully with a hummingbird from Peru.
10. 4th place in the Great Indian Bustard, which is photographed by Csaba Barkosti, the Great Indian Desert, India.
11. 5th place was awarded to Martin Hale scaly merganser, Jiangxi, China.
12. The winner in the category of “Endangered and migratory wild birds,” acknowledged David Boyle, a touching way couples orange belly parrot from Tasmania.
13. Second place in this category took the wood ibis by Adam Riley, Tamra, Morocco.