Funny illustrations by Sheharzad Arshad… Sheharzad Arshad is not an ordinary person. He’s known by many nicknames, mainly because of his activity as an illustrator. And, you know, it’s really boring to sign your own name in a profession like that. His pictures and cartoons are rather funny. But if you can’t stand black humor,… Read More
Posts Tagged: Wild Animal
Lynea Lattanzio wanted a cat when she was little, but her mother didn’t approve. Now she runs California’s “Cat House on the Kings” shelter and takes care of almost 800 cats. Lynea’s inspiring story began in 1981, when, after going through a difficult divorce, she decided to move to a quiet place on the river…. Read More
Friendly foxes don’t have the level of adrenaline they formerly had – a byproduct of surviving in the wild. And a strong correlation between adrenaline and melanin was later discovered that explained the color of their coat. In other words, tame foxes are no longer producing as much adrenaline as their wild forebears, making them… Read More
The cat’s out of the bag—at least for a woman caught smuggling a live, two-month-old, drugged tiger cub in a suitcase full of toys (pictured) at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The 31-year-old Thai national, whose identity has not been revealed by Thai authorities, was scheduled to board a Mahan Air flight to Iran. But when… Read More
Dogs in warfare have a long history starting in ancient times. From ‘war dogs’ trained in combat to their use as scouts, sentries and trackers, their uses have been varied and some continue to exist in modern military usage. Here are some images of soldiers with dogs and sweet adorable puppies. Really priceless images. Enjoy!
The female elephant – aided by her baby – survived the attack and was seen feeding from the river later in the day. An unlucky pigeon takes its final look at the world – peeking out from a pelican’s beak. The little bird had been eating near a pond in St James Park, London, when… Read More
Below is an amusing collection of bird imprints. But first, the original imprint of the poor owl. Experts said the silhouette was left by the bird’s “powder down” – a substance protecting growing feathers.
This shows how loving and loyal dogs are. This was a touching moment.
Damn nature, you scary! This time we plan to surprise you with a photography collection of some animals that others would call “weird”. It is not something we can see every day, so here we are offering you the chance to admire nature’s wonders. Some of our subjects are mutants, some have malformations, some are… Read More
Two-year-old chimpanzee Do Do feeds milk to Aorn, a 60-day-old tiger cub, at Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo on the outskirts of Bangkok.