While it is quite possible that this photo has been manipulated to look this way, it’s a beautiful sight to see a cloud that appears to be whispering something to the Earth. What would it say?
Photographer Samuel Sloss captures a small Octopus hiding in a shell beneath the waters of Lembeh Strait, Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The Ghost Glass Frog, or the Sachatamia ilex, is found in eastern Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, western Colombia, and western Ecuador.
Isola Lunga is located just off Italy’s enchanting Amalfi Coast, between Positano and Capri. The dolphin-shaped isle is in fact part of tiny archipelago of three islands known as Li Galli.
A crocodile uses mud as a shield from the sun in peak hours, a barrier for bugs, as well as camouflage for unsuspecting prey having a drink.
At first glance it might look like the oblivious gray heron is about to be this hippo’s supper, but a clever forced perspective by photographer Jean-Jacques Alcalay reveals that the heron is actually riding on the back of another hippo.
Award-winning photographer Zhayynn James captures an up-close and personal stare down from a beautiful tiger.
Owls can rotate their necks a maximum of 270 degrees without breaking blood vessels or tearing tendons, which makes for pretty intimidating looks.
Coffee coffee coffee chameleon! A close-up look at the eye turrets of a panther chameleon. Photo by Paul Bratescu.
Why do we feel like we’re in trouble? These Gelada baboons, also known as the ‘bleeding-heart monkey’ have fatty sitting pads that are perfect for sitting in the Ethiopian Highlands.