One lady in Bradenton, Florida got quite a surprise at four in the morning when she went down to her lanai to investigate some sounds that had woke her in the night. What she thought was a “thunderstorm blowing chairs around her screened in porch,” turned out to be an eight foot alligator that had broken through the screen to go swimming around in circles in her pool.
A look through Peter Sutherland’s 2007 book featuring photographs of deer in Colorado, California, Utah, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington, Vermont and New Zealand between 2002 and 2007.
As the weight of tourists looking to ride off into the sunset has increased, so has the size of the horse that’ll take’em there.
Researchers recently got some Prairie voles drunk and introduced them to new mates to see if males were always dicks and females always clingy under the influence of alcohol. The results? Humans are not animals.
A series by Daniel Kukla involving the interior environments for animals at 12 different zoos across the U.S and Europe.
The Dead Zoo Gang by Charles Homans
“Over the last several years, millions of dollars worth of antique rhino horns have been stolen form collections around the world. The only thing more unusual than the crimes is the theory about who is responsible: A handful of families from rural Ireland known as the Rathkeale Rovers.”
To highlight all the dog poo that wasn’t being cleaned up in her town, one Scottish lady has been decorating the turds with food stuff.
For his series Pastel Deaths, photographer Emir Özşahin humanizes dead animals by showing them as if they were sleeping.
Beautiful work by Claude Cloutier
The newly discovered Anzu wyliei was 11.5 foot long, and weighed 500 pounds. The raptor with a beak, feathers, and extremely sharp claws roamed the earth 66 million years ago.
On Monday morning, a dead seal was found curbside in an east Providence, Rhode Island neighborhood with a handwritten sign reading “Free Seal (to a good home, naps a lot, housebroken).”
From Jill Freedman’s 1971 series, Circus Days.
Music by GARNIER. Directed by Émile Sacré.