Into the Wilderness: Beautiful Pictures of Wild Animals in Their Natural Environment
Humans are far too fascinated with the concept of zoos, capturing animals and gawking at them has been a much-loved setting. However, animals are at their happiest in their natural environment, and wildlife photography exhibits that eternal beauty.
At a time when many wildlife species are endangered and facing the threat of extinction, it is imperative to conserve the habitat of wild animals for them to thrive. Many species are labeled as endangered in the IUCN Red List. Here is a photolog of animals in their natural environment bringing out the beauty of species in their habitual surroundings.
Looks like somebody stirred trouble with the wrong folks.
This photograph juxtaposes the animals in their natural environment and the proximity of ever-encroaching urban expansion.
The waterside meetup of this cute little beaver family is absolutely adorable.
The lone polar bear wandering in Svalbard Islands, a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, where global warming has disrupted the natural habitat.
Spotting these elusive animals in their natural environment is pretty hard, but this six-month-old snow leopard cub decided to rest among rocks instead of following its mother and copying her movements.
Taken in Kaziranga National Park in Assam, where the tigers are particularly shy and refuse to come on the road, the photographer got lucky in capturing this irritated tiger in the rain.
This snow-ball-hare caught amid a snowstorm is a gorgeous sight to behold.
Perching on a tree, this majestic leopard stares right at the camera.
Ah! Well, we all have been there with our siblings when sticking our tongue out is the ultimate strategy to irritate them.
A grizzly bear with a freshly hunted fish in its mouth.
Wow! These two are up to some monkey business.
This picture shows the beauty of India’s Kaziranga National Park – where a rhino, a peacock and a proud little bird can be seen together in one frame.
Leopards are very agile and skilled climbers. They perch atop trees to get a good view of their surroundings and their prey.
Seems like this one is not interested in sharing its meal with the sibling.
After a happy meal and nap, the king of the jungle is stretching its limbs.
These big lizards are locked in an embrace or are they doing the tango?
A pair of common kestrel and magpie sitting on a tree, though they don’t appear to be friends.
A Marmot family is gathered up at the hilltop to discuss the changing climate in Austria.
Black panther in India is a rare and precious sight to behold.
A colony of emperor penguins in Snow Hill island off the east coast of the Antarctic peninsula.
It is playtime for this polar bear family. Even though their natural habitat is losing, these creatures remain ever so playful and elusive.
A huge lion lying atop a large granite rock, as a cold wind picked up and blew across the vast open plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania.
The endangered species is hard to be seen, but at locations such as Little Farmer’s Cay in the Bahamas, green turtles can be observed with ease
This penguin couple in Atka Bay, Antarctica exhibits their love for each other at sundown.
A chick flamingo with its mother in Ría Lagartos Biosphere Reserve in the state of Yucatán, which is home to Mexico’s largest flock of Caribbean flamingos.
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