We’ve got unusual deer, animals in small things, good parenting, surprised and surprising animals, plus some gifs to amuse.
Impala in Botswana. Photograph by Chris Schmid via National Geographic.
Photograph by Bartek Olszewski via National Geographic.
Chevrotain, smallest member of deer family
We all know cats love to hang out in small things–but so do other animals.
Still, I think cats take the prize.
Some great parenting pics
Some surprised animals?
Now some animals that might surprise you.
Venezuelan Poodle Moth
By Jorapache in Spain
Photograph by Yanai Bonneh via Natinal Geographic
Vietnamese mossy frog
Pom pom crab
South-West Morocco, where the goats climb the Argan trees to eat argo nuts
Pygmy Marmoset. If you haven’t seen these, there’s a whole post about them on this site. Try search at bottom of page.
Pesky Prairie dogs
Charles Back brought goats to his Fairview Cheese and Wine Farm at Fairview in South Africa, and built them a tower so they could climb like they were used to.
Thanks to: John, George, Jen C., Kathleen, Lia
another delightful photo trip through adorable animal land. Thanks so much, Dusky, for continuing this good work.
Always very interesting and I look forward to your posts, thanks
More joy in July. Thanks, Dusky. Always looking forward to the next post. Loved this one and all others.
I love receiving these wonderful pictures of our dear animal world. Thanks so much !!
You continue to supply many laughs/smiles to all of us out here in depressing feeds continually….Thank You.
I love the things that animals do and the positions they can get into.
I love the way animals get into a persons heart. I never get tired to looking at the things they do.
Who ever sent this to me…Thank you so much, enjoyed the pics. bs
What a marvelous collection of animals! About halfway through, I decided to pick my favorite one. Well, that was a joke! No way could I name the best. I don’t know how I received this today, but I am grateful beyond belief. Thank you, and keep them coming!
LINDÍSIMAS FOTOS, GRACIAS POR ENVIÁRMELAS..DESDE CHIGUAYANTE-CHILE, UN ABRAZO AFECTUOSO, Verónica
Thank you for have me in your mailig list
I love it ! You are doing an amazing job
Blanca Luz Ross
beautiful, funny, wonderful.
Thank you Dusky. Always a fun surprise to get your latest photos of natures beauty.
These are wonderful–would love to see more!
Just wanted to say thank you for posting this series. God’s creatures are truly amazing.
Thank you a thousandfold for all these singularly special photographic visions . For this last selection I liked the POM POM CRAB and the THE WHITE MOTH, BUT THEN THE FISH WITH THE TRANSPARENT DECORATIVE WINGS WERE FROM A MOST CREATIVE AND WONDERFUL CREATOR-GOD. …if only all of us on planet earth would
stop to see and wonder and be grateful and protect all of it – all of it.
The PomPom Crab, the White Moth and The Fish with the decorative transparent wings is sheer magic from our Creator-God and all of it
is sheer wonder….
your photo collections are absolutely the most fun on the net. my all time favorite things to watch. I thank you for brightening my day in this increasingly dreary state of the world.
As always enjoy your compilation of our wonderful animals, we are so lucky to have such characters in our lives to cheer us. Thank you.
Thank you Dusky Im always excited to see your next post. Always very entertaining and informative
These are really cute, and pretty true to what baby animals and others will do in the wild and in the tame. Cats must just be in right now because half of them are cats. Amazing.
J’aime vos photos de toutes catégories I l’ike all catégories bonjour à tous❤️
I am most grateful for the privilege of viewing these wonderful and beautiful animals. What a variety! Thank you; thank you; thank you!
Your collections are fantastic. Thank you so much!
Dusky, All your web postings are a wonder. I am an amateur photographer, and for the past 3 yrs., I have been in Assisted Living in Houston, a totally new environment for me, but I’ve taken over 7,000 photographs of friends and our activities, but what I like most is nature: the squirrels and birds, trees and flowers, clouds and sunsets. Your recent posting gave me an opportunity to see many animals that I’ve never seen. I’ll be looking forward to seeing more of your nature postings. I post some of my pictures on Facebook and Shutterfly’s My Life. I have a Canon Power Shot that I got 8 years ago. I’ve dropped it 5 times on concrete and have a piece of tape holding it together, but like the Timex ad, I keep on clicking and the camera keeps on ticking…. Thanks again for your Animal Wonders. Carolyn Moss
always look forward to receiving your beautiful pictures, they brighten my day. may God continue to bless you with this gift!
I’m so thankful for the beautiful photos Dusky… they are gift for all of us and you make our life more brightening. God bless you to be able to continue this activity. : )
спасибо за позитив ,добрые эмоции ,красота спасет мир!
What fun, Dusky! Special pictures of fascinating critters. I was quite interested in all the places/objects the animals picked to rest or hide. The owl peeking out the end of a pipe was splendid.
Bless your heart!
A martvelous collection of photos. It must have taken a world of patience for the photographer. Thank you.
Yes, this websites include hundreds of amazing images by photographic artists with skill, patience, knowledge, practice (and some luck). I feel bad that for so many of them I have no way to give them the attribution they so richly deserve.
There are many positive things that I could write about this wonderful program of animals. However, I will just close by informing you of my multitude of grateful thank you’s for what you are doing.
The AU/NZ people are best anywhere. Pictures are great–We traveled in a VW Camper for 4 months. From Sydney, round the bottom, up thru the middle, climbed the Rock, on to Alice Sprs (our favorite City) , Darwin, Came down 600 miles to head East. If you haven’t climbed the Rock nor seen the Outer Reef–You haven’t seen Australia. I can’t say enough about the people.