When Dozens Of Whales Arrived In Small Newfoundland Town, This Photographer Took Out A Drone To Take These Aerial Pics

According to Darren Hatt: “On July 22, 2020, dozens of humpback whales arrived in the small town of Sunnyside, Newfoundland. This time of year, it’s common to see them breach the water as they hunt for caplin. It’s less common to see so many arrive so close to town. Continue reading »

Someone Noticed That Cats Use Parking Bumpers As Pillows, And It’s Oddly Wholesome


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Twitter user Ijnaoba1927 from Japan captured the internet’s attention when they posted a couple of photos of their neighborhood cats resting their heads on parking bumpers. They’re using them just like pillows! Continue reading »

The World’s Most Romantic Gallery Of Insect Sex

Since our bumblebee butt gallery was a roaring success, we decided to show you the often overlooked side of insect lovemaking. Scroll down and enjoy! Continue reading »

Cool Vintage Photographs That Show People Riding Zebras From The Late 19th And Early 20th Centuries

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Zebras are beautiful, wild animals native to Africa. However, as many European colonizers learned in the early 20th century, despite their similarity to horses, zebras are just a bit too wild to completely tame. Continue reading »

Dutch Illustrator Transforms Pets Into Adorable Disney Characters

Fan of Disney animation productions and friend of animals, the Dutch illustrator Isa Bredt had the good idea to use her talents to sublimate the pets that share our lives. Continue reading »

Seal Pup From Russia Becomes A Popular Meme

Seal pup from St. Petersburg who tried to escape the Marine Mammals rescue Center became a popular meme. The animal didn’t manage to go far away, he was found in the corridor between water houses. But its cute image has been photoshopped thousands of times. Continue reading »

Deer Enjoy Cherry Blossoms In An Empty Park In Nara, Japan

If you’re looking for something wholesome and positive in this time of uncertainty, then this spectacle might be just the thing for you. While we can’t travel physically, we might as well travel through the beautiful pictures and videos other people share. Continue reading »

This Bulldog Loves Watching The Street Through A Hole, So His Owners Paint 2 Costumes On The Fence

The handsome 4-year-old English Bulldog comes from Gråsten, Denmark and his name is Bogart. Bogart’s owner, Ranveig Bjørklid Levinsen, decided to brighten everyone’s mood during the Coronavirus pandemic, and came up with a brilliant idea to paint costumes on the fence for her dog. Continue reading »

This Facebook Group Is Dedicated To Crappy Wildlife Photos That Are So Bad They’re Good

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Forget everything you learned at that once-in-a-lifetime photography class. And if there’s not much to forget to begin with, I’m talking drawing a blank page. We are now entering the alternative National Geographic where no definition, missed focus, awkward poses, and a shaky frame are things to be proud of. Continue reading »

Not Only People Respect Social Distancing Rules – Animals Are Also Following The Recommendation Of WHO In Order To Stop Spreading The Coronavirus Pandemic

Cats respect the social distance rule of 1-meter even while hunting

The WHO (World Health Organization) advises that people should maintain at least 1 meter distance between them in order to prevent spreading the coronavirus infection, which already killed more than 154.726 people and over 2.2 million confirmed cases. Continue reading »

Photographer Photoshops Her Dogs All Around The World So They Can ‘Travel’ During This Quarantine

According to Melissa Mariner: “My name is Melissa and I am the owner of Bella-Reed Photography. During the COVID-19 pandemic, I have been out of work with photography sessions. I am following the ‘shelter-in-place’ order and staying home to flatten the curve in the Philadelphia area. Also housebound with me are my 4 pitties: Bella Blue, Hershey, Pesto, and Nova Layne. Since we can’t travel, I decided to bring the world to my dogs! Continue reading »

For $100, You Can Have A Farm Animal Drop By Your Next ZOOM Video Conference

Odds are you and your colleagues are spending more time on video calls these days. Well, for your next team meeting or company Zoom call, why not mix things up a bit? For $100, you can have a llama or goat visit your call. Yes, really. Continue reading »

The Quiet Of The Coronavirus Lockdown In Israel Has Cleared The Way For Packs Of Jackals To Take Over Park In The Heart Of Tel Aviv


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Each spring, Hayarkon Park usually comes alive with joggers, children playing, young families and 20-somethings picnicking and sunbathing, but these days virtually the only sign of life in the sprawling park is the jackals. Continue reading »

With South Africa In Lockdown, The Lions Are Taking It Very Easy


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Whether it’s goats in Wales or wild boar in Italy, animals around the world appear to be adjusting well to life without humans during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading »

Lovely Snaps Capture People With Their Cats Over 100 Years Ago

Along with dogs, cats have been also close friends with humans since a long time. These vintage lovely pics will prove this. Continue reading »

This Instagram Account Collects Photos Of Cats In Small Shops Looking Like They Own The Place

A bodega cat is a feline that inhabits, you guessed it, a bodega. It’s what New Yorkers call their convenience stores or delis. @BodegaCatsOfInstagram is a social media project dedicated entirely to celebrating these hard-working kitties. Continue reading »

Perfect Imperfection: Photographer Documents The Beauty Of Animals With Disabilities

Beau Was Taken In As A Stray And Had The Tips Of His Ears Resected When He Developed Skin Cancer

From dogs with three legs to cats without eyes, the Perfect Imperfection photo series celebrates the intrinsic beauty of animals who have overcome adversity and adapted to a physical impairment. All of these animals were rescued from their former lives and given a second chance by kind and caring humans. Continue reading »

Bored Sitting At Home? Try To Find A Cat In Each Picture!

Sitting at home all day long can be boring at times. So here’s a little something to do: try to find a cat in each picture. We swear, there really are cats there! Continue reading »

Goats Take Over Empty Streets Of Seaside Town In Wales During The Coronavirus Outbrake

A herd of goats has taken over a deserted town centre, eating hedges and flowers from gardens. Usually, the wild herd of about 122 Kashmiri goats venture from the Great Orme into Llandudno, Wales, England during bad weather. But town councillor Carol Marubbi believes the lack of people around because of coronavirus has drawn them down. Continue reading »

Stunning Vintage Photos Of Pets Wearing Gas Masks During The World War I

More than eight million horses, mules and donkeys and a million dogs died in World War I. Everyone knows the enormous human cost of the conflict, but it is easy to forget the fates of the million of animals that supported the war on all sides. Animals were important companions and workers to the soldiers at the front, and like their human compatriots they needed protection from the perils of chemical warfare. Continue reading »

Bored Dog Owners During COVID-19 Social Isolation Are Creating Dogs With Human Hands

Since dog owners now spend so much time inside home with their dogs because of COVID-19 social isolation, they have started to create dog-human hybrids. Continue reading »

Nara’s Famous Deer Wander Streets, Station In Search Of Food After Coronavirus Tourism Drop


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Nara, Japan boasts the world’s largest bronze Buddha statue and the UNESCO World Heritage Site it is enshrined at, Todaiji Temple, but tourists may be equally enamored by the famous free-roaming deer that reside in the nearby Nara Park. At least 1,500 deer roam around the park, and have become the symbolic animal of the surrounding area (sometimes even regarded as messengers of Shinto deities). Continue reading »

This Dog Recreated Madonna’s Iconic Photos, And It’s Brilliant

Vincent Flouret, a French fashion photographer from Paris, has been working on a project recently that is very close to his heart; it features his beloved dog Max recreating Madonna’s iconic photos. The attention to detail is unbelievable! Continue reading »

What The Bloody Hell Is A … ?: Brilliant Guide To Animals

UK TV channel Dave launched an online campaign titled “What the bloody hell is a … ?” During it, the channel shared pictures of various animals along with some of their defining characteristics. And yes, the descriptions aren’t completely legit. Well, actually, they’re almost pure fiction. But they’re so ridiculous, they’re kinda genius. Continue scrolling and you’ll see what we mean. Continue reading »

Owners Let Their Norwegian Forest Cat Roam Freely Outside, And He Looks Majestic

In March 2018, Camilla from Norway fell head over heels in love with an 8-week-old kitten she saw online. It was a Norwegian Forest cat looking for his forever home. In the photo that captivated Camilla, the little rascal was simply irresistible, tilting his head and staring at the woman from the screen with the biggest, most innocent eyes she had ever seen. Continue reading »