To keep listening our Music PRESS HERE  

20 Magnificent and Hilarious Creatures

Share it:
Humpback Whale and Dolphin
Captured by Lori Mazzuca in Kauai, Hawaii, USA. An unexplained interaction between a dolphin and a humpback whale. A lovely collaboration between two species.

Alaskan Brown Bear

Captured by John L. Morrow in McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, Alaska, USA. The bear was enjoying a day off in the rain. The photographer captured a priceless shot of an animal that appreciates his personal space.


Captured by Mark Farag, age 16 in Southern New Jersey, USA. The photographer considers himself to be “a serious amateur photographer”. It’s amazing how a person at this age could capture something so beautiful on film.


Captured by Don Johnson at Phoenix Zoo, Arizona, USA. Baboons have acquired that name for a reason but, on this day the photographer captured the true joy and happiness that these animals feel when their among friends.

Lion Cub

Photographed by Conor Lachlan Myhrvold, age 17 at Moremi Wildlife Reserve, Okavango Delta, Botswana. The cubs were isolated in the environment so this may have been the first interaction between human and cub.

Brown Bears

Bob Ettinger captured this hilarious meeting of the minds in Geographic Harbor, AK, USA. The Nature and Wildlife Photographers of Long Island are focused on protecting the wildlife and surrounding areas to prolong the stay of many of these amazing creatures.

Rockhopper Penguins

The Neck, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands by Laura Crawford Williams was a once in a lifetime shot. The antics of these animals happened so quickly that the photographer “had little time to think.”

Snow Monkey and Baby

Jigokudani Yaen-koen, Nagano, Japan located at 2800 feet in a mountainous region of Japan by Toshio Hagiwara was a tougher than life kind of a shot. The animals had endured such harsh surroundings that it was amazing that these animals cooperated.

Bottlenose Dolphins

Captured by Tobias Bernhard in Transvaal, South Africa. These dolphins were captured fishing in exceptionally large surf. The photographer had to capture the shot quickly so he didn’t capsize in his inflatable boat.

Loggerhead Turtle Release

Photographed by Michael P. O’Neill in Juno Beach, Florida, USA. These turtle are a threatened species that are often trapped in fishing nets and other obstacles. “Here, a crowd gathered on the beach to watch as volunteers release a rehabilitated loggerhead turtle to return to the wild.”

Sea Lions

Photographed by Kevin Schafer in Monterey Bay, California, USA. Sea lions love to use each other as pillows. Here we have a mother and child showing just how comfortable it can be.


Captured by Tom and Pat Leeson in Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA. “I think we’ve been caught in the act.” The otter pup has just started to eat solid food. By the looks of it, he’s too full to hold himself up.

Pygmy Sperm Whale

Captured by Franco Banfi in Pico Island, Azores, Portugal the amazing sperm whales are graceful creatures of the deep. The sperm whale grows up to 2.7 m in length and 250 kg in weight. They are the smallest species of whale.

Juvenile Beluga Whales

Photographed by Kevin Schafer in Churchill River, Manitoba, Canada. These whales travel to the shallow freshwater every summer. They grow up to 15 ft in length and they are completely white in color.

Beluga Whale Continued

Captured by Norbert Rosing in Cunningham River Inlet, Somerset Island, Nunavut, Canada. “Each year in July, hundreds of beluga whales congregate to mate and give birth in the mouth of the Cunningham River where warm, fresh water blends with the cold, salty arctic sea.”

Sea Lion and Pup

Captured by Eddie Schermerhorn, age 15 in Española Island, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. They normally establish living quarters in shallow waters of coastal areas with plentiful food resources.

Green Iguana

Captured by Michael D. Kern of Saint Cloud, Florida, USA in Palo Alto, California, USA. These species are usually household pets and can grow up to 1.5 meters long.

Mountain Gorilla

Captured by Rita Summers in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. These amazing animals have an innate ability to “live in hot or cold weather and travel into areas where temperatures drop below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.”

Florida Manatee

Photographed by John Johnson in Crystal River, Florida, USA. The average Florida Manatee is roughly 3 meters long and weighs between 400 and 600 kg, with females commonly being larger than males.

Goliath Grouper

Photographed by Michael Patrick O’Neill in Jupiter, Florida, USA. Usually found in the shallow waters in the Coral Reef. They can “grow up to lengths of 8.2 feet and can weigh as much as 800 pounds.”
Share it:


Best Bookmarks

Wild Life

Post A Comment: