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Always love seeing pics like this. So cute! My fav is the fox looking into the camera.
Themed dumps are the best dumps.
Theyre all good boys Bront. Except for the america bird. Hes a bit less of a good boy...
Id be terrified if a baby animal approached me like that. No telling what the momma is going to do
Honestly, shitting in a costume isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
America bird?!? Please tell me you are not American bc that would make that comment even funnier!! 😂😂😂
Perfect commentary. I would give you two upvotes if I had them.
Aww, they're all so cute!
Im not. Im aussie
Interesting fact a lot of wildlife shots are done with taxidermy
She gon eat you, that's what she gon do!
Um, smells fishy
I don’t believe that’s a bald eagle, looks more like a golden eagle, though I could be wrong.
Exactly correct. Golden Eagle.
The red headed woman is Tanja Askani. She has a book out on wolves.
Glad I wasn't the only one. I did a double take.
Did work for a company that kept rattlesnakes for stock photos. That way photographers could get rattlesnake shots from them instead of...
X GON GIVE IT TO YA
I love this. More please and thank you.
Proud to be the 500th upvoted. Amazing themed dump, friend.
Well photographers need to stop taking dumps in wild. Its like taking a dump in someones livingroom. No wonder animals are interrupting.
Thank you for ruining my evening
Especially the ones that can kill with ease like the bears or cheetah. Your survival basically depends on their mood.
He let bears walk up to him. Okay. Hello congress? Yeah take off all the warning labels and shit. It's futile.
My x gave it to me... with a subpoena.
The little rodent-photographer! ^^
Mmmmmm what's up doc?
Upvote first, then load 15 more images
FUN FACT THOSE ARE CALLED THONGS FOR YOUR GLASSES
interrupting, ha? how rude of them. Also - "who's holding the camera?" also also - next to last (mouse) looks staged.
I know what I want to be when I grow up. - Says 32 year old woman
aw man you ruined my disney princess fantasy lol
cute cute cute cute attacked by a fucking eagle cute cute cute
Well... It would not surprise me that the big doggo scratched her a bit while playing.
Cheetah? Really? Yeah, they may scratch at you, but they're extremely docile and are designed for running, unlike the other big cats.
I mean wtf are you going to do at that point. You stay put, bear might not decide to kill you. You run, bear is definitely gonna kill you.
These are cool and all but bears? How’s that guy not shitting a brick? He looks calm
Interesting fact: a lot of taxidermy is done with wildlife.
Upload video of you trying that on a bear and ill venmo you $10.
Next frame - scalp folded back like an orange peel.
Ahh time to re-watch Gintama
THEIR ALL SO PEACEFUL THEN THERE’S THE ONE WITH THE EAGLE
Running… for the purposes of catching their prey, which they bite in the neck and strangle. You think they just like to race?
Wow so cute and awesome
Friend of mine heard yowling, walked to her backyard and saw bobcat kittens.. Did a 180 and went right back inside for that very reason lol
Ha, American birb.
The difference between photographers and snipers is that after spending days motionless for a shot, the target still lives.
Some of these ppl are braver then 10 of me
A lot of them sat on thier backs, whats that about? Domination? Heat?
Wait. What?? They use wildlife for taxidermy?? I’m callin PETA right now.
The shit is just leaking out of him. I pooed a little just looking at that picture...
vantage point... "I've got the high ground!"
I like you...
All these animals are planning lunch.
“Shh, just let it happen”-seal probably
Animals are amazing! Respect them and you get more out of them ♡
So..there's a photographer like hiding and shit..and another dude next to him to take pictures of him in case there's an animal on him?
There's professionalism, then there's letting 2,000 lbs of bear walk up to you without shitting yourself.
If you get too close to an Eagle nest, be ready to get fucked up. They don't fuck around where their kids are concerned.
A real bear, not a guy in a bear suit.
"next to" is relative if you have a 800 mm lens and high resolution full frame camera.
You get scared, they will smell it and attack. (you produce hormones they can smell when you're scared)
Was hoping for a Dik Dik pic
What, just because it knows kung fu it's not a real bear? Everyone knows bears know kung fu, haven't you seen the documentary Kung Fu Panda?
People seem to think phone cameras are all there is.
They are very skittish though, comes with being weaker than most similiarly sized predators nearby.
and if momma is friendly with you? she's sick and you need to haul ass to a hospital.
There has never been a recorded attack by a cheetah, we don't fall into their radar.
My issue is that it was placed next to bears as dangerous. Cheetah aren't dangerous due to stamina, size, habits, and skittishness. Next to
a bear, the comparison is even more apparent.
...obtaining a potentially dangerous and unprofessionallly prepared sruffed snake from a weird Japanese Internet fetish store
Clicked because I thought this was about Jürgen Klopp
More like photographers interrupting wildlife.
Anyone has the monkey selfie that came out really good?
Obligatory 'how real men/women shoot animals' quote!
"Whatcha doin'?"--Animals probably.
Who's photographing the photographer?
The one with the mouse looks like the perfect Sony commercial
Oh wow! Haha. Glad to have seen the end photo.
All really great! +1. but, never would i photograph any bears after seeing the movie Grizzly Man, that movie was made as a warning.
That's the camera strap
Good that wildlife photographers always have a backup photographer with them
I want the story behind each & every one of these
uhm google beekse bergen. child at my town was attacked by a cheetah there. parents fault really.
This is the animal kingdom's universal translation of "whatcha lookin at?"
I want to be a photographer photographer one day!
I don't see any wildlife interupting any photographers, all of these photographs are taken real nicely!
Yeah, was waiting for one like that, TBH
So are we not going to talk about the grizzly bear snuggle bunnies?
Gets me every time.
Blink. Blink, blink.
... you mean they're not ?
If there's a cage, they're not really "wild animals"
I hope he adopted the kitten.
That bears one looks concerning. Sniffing closely, starting to lick, which is the point when they found a meal.
Awesome pictures... love animals!!
But who took the pics???
"so, whatcha doooin" - wildlife probably
Remember, if you don't move ... No, wait, that's a T-Rex. NVM.
Well that was a child. Easy prey
That are you doing hooman?
Last one is little red riding hoods grandma and the wolf. We know what happens next.
true, but still... these are wild cats. Im sure if they are hungry enough they could eat a grown person
They could. But they can't take a human able to fight. They're light enough to be punted like a deflated football...
Backup photographers with similarly powerful cameras. Just in case the other one dies, someone has to recover the equipment.
"So this is how I die. I'm actually a little disappointed..."
A cheetah could kill someone, but it would NOT be "with ease".
Bobcats are too small to kill people, though.
On my imgur app. There’s literally a porn add at the end of this post. Fuck you @imgur.
They all look like “hey, whatcha lookin at?”
And just to be clear the content was more indecent than what you usually see in the ads of an actual porn site.
Be careful of those squirrels. They'll chew through your backpack in half a second.
They are not too small to hurt you and possibly give you rabies, though
That applies to most members of Carnivora including house cats.
That calling literally everything that has even a 1% chance of drawing blood "dangerous" is redundant because that's most everything.
By your logic literally everything with big enough claws and teeth (including dogs and cats) should be called dangerous.
Yes and you are much more likely to get attacked by said animal if you approach their children...
By your logic you should approach wild animals if they are are 'Too small to kill you'
If you are concerned for a wild animals saftey you should call a professional to deal with the problem
You should avoid approaching them for fear of scaring the parent off, not for your own safety.
I know that's right. Shit, a bear can kill you when it's in a *good* mood or doesn't mean to, they're that big.
Claws and jaws can be quite dangerous, especially when trained to aim for strategic areas. Even smaller dogs can be dangerous.