Majesty, power, aggression, beauty, and elegance. These are the words to describe wildlife. No matter how close we become or how many wildlife photos we share, it is still beyond exciting and impressive.
The irony is that we all definitely admire wildlife but keep acting in a way that puts it into danger and seals its continuous decreasing. We witness illegal wildlife trade, destruction of rainforests for farming, and pollution. We don’t even notice that nature and wildlife are being taken for granted, and this is something we need to change to be able to enjoy them longer. What we believe in is that we can only love something when we take care of it.
So, our team hopes that this incredible collection that displays the most accurate power of nature and wildlife will become a wake-up call for each of our readers. Meanwhile, scroll down to see these majestic shots and leave a comment if you agree with us.
#1. Eurasian Scops Owl disapproves. You think why?
#2. Cystisoma is characterized by unpigmented, transparent bodies, making them difficult to spot.
#3. A defensive owl trying to display all its power
#4. The false eyes of a tiger
#5. Love is in the Air
#6. The Ethiopian Wolf, a mix of Coyote, Fox, and Wolf
#7. Thousands of butterflies leaving the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve
#8. Sarcastic fringehead. How divine it is
#9. The moment a hawk tried to capture a drone!
#10. The glorious little spangled coquette.
#11. Cabin in Finland. This is a dream
#12. Tarantula Hawk Wasp Dragging Giant Huntsman Spider
#13. Mirror mirror on the wall…
#14. Devil’s Claw (Proboscidea) seed pod.
#15. How amazing wildlife is! A translucent snail eating grass.
#16. What have we done to deserve this beauty? Dolomites, Italy
#17. Unexpected friendships turn out to be the best ones
#18. Baby snapping turtles look just like little dinosaurs, and they are the masterpiece of Nature
#19. The Indian or Malabar Giant Squirrel. Isn’t Nature just lit?
#20. Vervet monkeys serve as a nonhuman primate model for understanding the genetic and social behaviors of humans
#Bonus: Norwegian forest cat – this natural breed is adapted to a very cold climate, with a top coat of long, glossy, water-shedding hair and a woolly undercoat for insulation.