When aboriginal rangers discovered that a camera they had set up to capture images of crocodiles eating had gone missing, they had no idea who the thief might be. At first, they thought that the camera had fallen into the water, so they forgot about it. Two weeks later, however, colleagues found the device about 110 kilometers away at the Mary River.
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The platypus is a mystery to many of us because it’s such a wacky animal. It’s a mammal, but it also has a bill like a duck, lays eggs, and uses venom and electrolocation – none of which we’re used to seeing in mammals. This friendly platypus at the Healesville Sanctuary in Australia, however, seems to get along with people just fine, getting belly rubs and being hand-fed snacks.
This family didn’t let their young daughter’s temper tantrum ruin their mood. While she yelled, her dad entertained the rest of the family by lip-syncing. And he does a good job, too!
When faced with one or more dangerous wild animals, most of us have the good sense to avoid them. Photographer Monty Sloan does not seem to have gotten that memo, however, as this video shows him petting, scrathing, hugging and even kissing a pack of wolves or wolf hybrids.
People have been fascinated with slow motion for about as long as it‘s been around, but the Super Frog Saves Tokyo (SFST) video production group out of Seattle was one of the first to introduce it to a business normally associated with photography – weddings.
Science sometimes has a beautiful aesthetic side-effect to it, which was also the case in this scientific research which tried to find out how lungworms get from snails to dogs.
For this creative collaboration with beatboxer WanDan , Kayalight Studios wanted to create a concept, not just a music video. They developed a back story around the project and created a website for a fictional company, Ksana Institute, to host the video.
Some time ago a stranger asked me to make his portrait… So I did. I sent him the image and I never heard back from him again since that moment. Not long ago I saw one painting and I felt that it was very familiar to me. And then I got it – It was a copy of my photo!