Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Weekly Impressive Animal in Picture: 15 August 2011

During the second week of August 2011, many photographers all over the world have shot numerous impressive images about lovely animals and their actions that can help you experience different levels of emotional feeling. Here are weekly impressive animals in pictures of the week 15 August 2011.

The lion and his woman had been followed by a group of film crew in Okavango Delta, Botswana for many days. He decided that it was time for him to turn behind the camera. The lion got separate from his bride and ran up to camera and then drag and tripod away. The amazing shoot was taken by British photographer and tour guide John Sobey.

The lion discovered the camera

An owl violently attacked a stray duck who was wondering across its fly path. The owl tried to chase unlucky duck back to its pond in Ypres, Belgium

New-born golden-bellied capuchin looks peaceful on his mother’s back in their enclosure in the Cologne zoo, Germany

Mother Jujis shows affection to a young Rothschilds giraffe named Thabo in the zoo in Hanover, Germany

Lions play with dog at Horseback Africa Animal Farm in Cullinan near Cape Town, South Africa

The excellent shoot shows hundreds of fish jumping into the air around a least bittern. The picture is taken from a kayak in the Galveston Bay estuary system in Houston, Texas by photographer Gary Seloff

A bear seems to be so tired and bored with catching salmon in a fast-flowing river. He fell asleep in the middle of a mini waterfall

A monkey is seen enjoying a delicious ice-cream as a treatment for summer heat at Huai Bei Zoo, Hefei, Anhui Province, China

A happy family of gibbons are playing under the sun at Dudley Zoological Gardens

Four-year-old two-toed sloth named Marilyn, who refuses to sit on the weighing scales, is measured by zoo keeper Nicky Jago

This retriever Winston does not show any feelings for a praying mantis’s amazing dancing performance under its nose

The female stingray, which was believed to have never been to any males for two years, amazed staffs of Sea Life London Aquarium by giving birth to seven baby stingrays


Related links:

Impressive Weekly Animal Pictures: 22 July 2011

Impressive Weekly Animal Pictures: August 1, 2011

Weekly Impressive Animals Photos: August 8, 2011

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