An elephant stands on its back legs to reach high leaves with its trunk in a forest at Mana Pools, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Zimbabwe. Photographer Morkel Erasmus captured this behaviour, which has made the Mana Pools elephants famous but has.
The Majestic Beauty Of Wild Animals Captured By Marina Cano
This is Japan’s odd couple… The monkeys ride on the capybara’s backs and kiss the world’s largest rodents, who tolerate their tricks. But in the wild, their paths do not cross — capybara’s live on river banks while the monkeys live in forests.
Monster Crocodile, Adelaide River, Australia photo via dailymail. this "monster croc" is missing an arm. how big was the other crocodile that bit this things arm off? i think your monster croc is still out there.
artwork: Nick Brandt - "Elephants Walking through Grass, Amboseli", 2008 - Archival pigment print - Edition of 8 - x Courtesy Hasted Kraeutler, New York. On view in "On This Earth, A Shadow Falls" from March until May