When talk about peacock, the first impression comes to your mind is probably their elegance and colourfulness. Not many of us even know this pretty big bird can actually fly. And in fact, they don’t do that for fun but for escaping from predators. When danger comes, birds start running and flutter into the air. Although, the distance is pretty limited but they aren’t slow – they can speed up to 16 km/h (10 mph)! It is quite impressive to see the elegant bird flit through the sky with its long tail feather.
When talk about polar bear, we always connect them with some snowy and icy environment and barely think about these majestic beasts in any other environments as the seasons change. Hence, when you actually see the photos of them play in flower field, you might think there is something wrong. But these are real. No matter how short the summer is in the northern aera, there is summer and there is blooms, just like the bloom in desert. When the right time comes, polar bear can also get a chance to enjoy the sunshine and blossoms. Wildlife and nature photographer Dennis Fast are lucky to witness this scene by his own eyes and generously share it with us. According to Dennis “Surrounded by bright flowers, the playful bears can be seen rolling around, napping, and poking their heads up amongst the blooms.” Take a look at below awesome photos and if you want to see more of Dennis’s work of polar bear, check out his books Princess: A Special Polar Bear, Touch the Arctic, and Wapusk: White Bear of the North.
Baby animals are cute and they becomes even cuter when they are paired with their parent. Here we have rounded up 35 heart warming photos which witness sweat animal parenting moments. In these images, the older animals exhibit some sort of paternal attitude towards their little lovable companions – licking, carrying, interacting, feeding or protecting them. Now, let’s take a look at these amazing parents we have in the animal kingdom.
The short-tailed weasel, or stoat, is an adorable little creature. When it’s in its pure white winter coat, it is called ermine. In the spring and summer, its fur is a reddish brown. Here we have collected some cute photos of ermine during winter time. When surrounded by snow, you may not notice the presence of this little creature, unless you spotted his beady black eyes and his tiny pink nose. Take a look at these adorable animals and it can make your day.
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