Wednesday, February 17, 2016

[Relatively_Friendly] Species


Baby chimpanzee 'Quentin' kisses his mother 'Gin' in a wildlife park in the Democratic Republic of Congo

A mynah bird looks like it is gives its friend a piggyback. The shot was captured by IT consultant Nitin Chandra, 50, from New Delhi, India, from the rooftop of his apartment.

Aria, a poodle from Tacoma, Washington, is groomed during the Rose City Classic Dog Show in Portland, Oregon

A dramatic standoff between a jackal and a vulture who brazenly attempted to steal his snack, a wildebeest bone. The jackal thought he had  lunch sorted when, out of nowhere, a vulture descended from the sky and attempted to snatch the bone from him. The vulture tried its best to intimidate the jackal with its towering wings, but ultimately failed as the jackal clung onto the bone

A kestrel swoops just millimetres from the ground as he hunts for food on a British road.  The common kestrel looks like he is about to land - but he flies on, his wing-tips almost brushing the earth

A 12-day-old silvery gibbon baby clings onto mum, Tilu, in their new enclosure as Chester Zoo unveils new exhibit for endangered primates

The colourfully attired temple tusker is brought to the temple for the sacred relic to be placed on the special enclosure on top of it, for the Duruthu Maha Peherahera or Buddhist religious procession at the Kelaniya Rajamaha Viharaya at Kelaniya in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Hippos look to assert their dominance as they battle it out in the waters of Isimangaliso World Heritage Site near St Lucia, South Africa

Great bite, shark! A diver reaches out of a cage to give a great white shark a stroke on the snout off the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico

A 30ft 20-tonne sperm whale has been discovered on a Norfolk beach. The whale was one of four seen swimming off Hunstanton. The three remaining whales appeared to swim away to safety but this one became stranded beneath the cliffs at the popular Victorian seaside resort.

Elephants explore their new home at the Wildlands Adventure Zoo for the first time in Emmen, The Netherlands

Omo the white giraffe who has been spotted roaming around Tarangire National Park, in Tanzania
This eight-week-old moggie has gone viral since his owners aptly named him 'Confused Kitten'

A wolverine is pictured during its first public appearance at the Animal Park of Sainte-Croix in Rhodes, eastern France

The poignant picture of Jessie the Black Labrador's last visit to the seaside at Redcar beach, North Yorkshire has gone viral after capturing the hearts of  animal lovers. Jessie the Black Labrador was deaf, going blind, suffered from arthritis and needed to be lifted out from a van for her visit to the seaside. But despite her age and ailments, the 15-and-a-half year-old pet had the energy for one final run


Even Google Says Live In Peace & Love.

Deepak Punjabi

Baguio City


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