PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: 07/27/2017: THE JOY OF ANIMALS
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: 07/27/2017:
THE JOY OF ANIMALS
IN MY QUEST FOR FINDING WEBSITES THAT HAVE PHOTOS THAT ARE WORTHY OF POSTING PHOTOS WORTHY OF BEING TITLED: PHOTOS OF THE WEEK, I CAME ACROSS THIS ENTERTAINING WEBSITE: https://www.facebook.com/thejoyofanimals/
NOT ONLY DOES THIS HAVE A HUGE FOLLOWING ALREADY (AS OF THIS PRINTING, IT HAD 214,354 LIKES) BUT, HAS ACQUIRED SOME INCREDIBLE PHOTOS OF ANIMALS THAT ARE JUST SO GOOD. THESE ARE CERTAINLY WORTH PUTTING OUT FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AND ALSO WORTHY OF: ” PHOTOS OF THE WEEK”
Amazing photo of cubs playing with their mother. Looks like it would hurt – ouch! 🙂
Wonderful photo of a Araripe Manakin from northern Brazil. Only one thousand of these birds are believed to remain.
Credit: Ciro Albano
Prevost’s squirrel (aka Asian Tri-Coloured Squirrel) is one of the most color squirrel species. This one is in the Putang National Reserve in Central Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo).
A Baby sloth.
Photo: Michael Nichols
Photo by Richard Austin
The Victoria crowned pigeon (Goura victoria), native to the New Guinea region and named after Queen Victoria. Magnificent!
This is an Okapi that lives deep in the Democratic Republic of Congo and is related to the giraffe. They are solitary and usually only come together to breed. Amazing looking!
The Golden snub-nosed monkey lives in the mountainous forests of central and Southwest China. Amazing colors!
What a catch by this white tailed eagle!
Amazing to see mountain goats in action! Hard to believe they can climb these cliffs so adeptly. Wow!
What a beautiful Gypsy Vanner!
Did you know a baby porcupine is called a porcupette? Cute, but not cuddly! 🙂
Amazing photo! The osprey’s diet consists almost exclusively of fish and it’s the only raptor whose outer toe is reversible, allowing them to grasp prey with two toes in front and two behind.
Did you know sea turtles eat jellyfish? Here’s an amazing photo showing just that!
Northern Pygmy Owl in Montana. Wonderful photo!
Helmeted Guinefowl from South Africa. Interesting fact: This is the bird that originally lead to the name “Turkey” (in reference to the region) of the North American bird since they look so similar. Photo by John Vosloo.
Just hanging out!
This sloth is just hanging out in Costa Rica. They do love their trees and only leave them about once a week. Great photo! Photo by Roie Galitz
Moose in Acadia National Park. Biologists estimate the Maine moose population to be around 75,000 – that’s the largest concentration of moose in the country next to Alaska!
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