30 Best Animal Pictures of the Week – March 23rd to March 30th, 2012


March 30, 2012Photography11 Comments

1. What a morning – An elephant walks past the Makanyane Safari Lodge in South Africa 


2. Panda Buddies 

3. Waxy Monkey Leaf Frog 

4. Ribbon eel

5. An Icelandic horse with a heavy winter coat 

6. Deinotherium Giganteum skull

7. Psychedelic Gecko

8. Spotted Munias in India 

9. Proud red cock – Gallus domesticus 

10.  3 and 1/2 week old Siberian Tiger 

12. Snakebird drying its feathers 

13. West African Dwarf Crocodile

14. Yellow-bellied Marmot 

15. Guineafowl pufferfish

16. Sea pig – Scotoplanes globula 

17. Mother polar bear cuddles with two of her cubs at the Moscow Zoo 

18. Handsome devil – male turkey

19. Purple Gallinule 

20. A cat getting a drink of water 

21. A bird called a Red Munia in India 

22. Beautiful Mule at the Grand Canyon

23. Flamingo Chicks, Mexico 

24. The mouth of a leatherback sea turtle. Leatherback turtles lack the crushing chewing plates characteristic of sea turtles that feed on hard-bodied prey.

25. Laughing gull portrait 

26. Pigbutt worm

27. Great grey owl

28. Beautiful Chameleon 

29. Canadian Goose

30. Arachnophobia Orb Weaver – Eriophora ravilla

11 Responses to “30 Best Animal Pictures of the Week – March 23rd to March 30th, 2012”
  1. ROD DAVIS says:

    It’s “Canada Goose” (or Geese), not “Canadian”.

  2. New England woodsman says:

    I love these pictures but the previous comment is correct. Common mistake

  3. Vince says:

    Yes it is, Canada Goose.

  4. Zach says:

    I think my favorite is the Proud Red Cock. Very colorful!

  5. duh says:

    could have photoshopped the giant shit that icelandic horse took.

    • KittyFox says:

      Why would anyone want to photo shop a "Natural" picture of a "Natural" creature doing what it usually does in the "Nature". Photo shopping has gone out of control already with taking away "natural" things that this wonderful planet has to offer. Why can't all you "Nature haters" leave us Gaia lovers alone.

  6. Great photos! I especially love the ribbon eel, pandas, and the pufferfish. If you ever need wildlife photos for future round-ups, let us know, as we have tons of original shots on our website at GreenGlobalTravel.com.

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