A lion cub named Cecil plays with Zahra, a four-week-old white lion cub who was rejected by her mother because of an infectious disease. Thankfully Zahra has fully recovered and is being raised by keepers at Magan zoo, in Felsőlajos, Hungary
British photographer Simon Needham captured the incredible moment while he was visiting the GG Conservation Wildlife Reserve and Lion Sanctuary in South Africa.
Charlotte’s web has transformed into a portal into another dimension. I hope this grass spider is singing “Into the Unknown” on the way in there!
Lake Baikal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Russia, is the world’s largest (by volume), oldest, and deepest lake, containing over 20% of the world’s fresh water. The lake is also a vast storehouse of frozen methane bubbles.
A beautiful chain of islands in Baa Atoll, Maldives was photographed by Sakis Papadopoulos. Baa Atoll is a designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, famous for its gathering of manta rays and whale sharks.
Rainbow eucalyptus is the only eucalyptus tree indigenous to the northern hemisphere. Found mainly in the Philippines, New Guinea, and Indonesia, it thrives in tropical forests that get a lot of rain — which also makes it the only eucalyptus tree to grow in the rainforest. The tree grows up to massive 250 feet.
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.