It’s time once again for a look at the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless species that share our planet.
It’s time once more for a look at the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless species that share our planet.
Nearly one decade ago, an adolescent zebra frolicked amongst the 8 thousand square kilometers that make up the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania’s Crater Highlands. Staying close to the grown zebras, the energetic youngster moved wildly about, until at the very moment French photographer Laurent Baheux approached, he took the air, leaping clear over his mother’s back. The photographer tripped in the process of capturing the moment, which according to his driver Morris, was a once-in-a-lifetime kind of scenario.
From the naked mole rate to Malayan tigers, Joe Sartore has set out to capture 12,000 species of animals around the world, and he's almost halfway there.
Heavy rainfall and flooding in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi left at least 12 people dead on Sunday, ravaging the city's zoo and setting animals free into the streets of Tbilisi.
Photographers have documented the relationships between humans and animals in countless ways. Some photos depict how animals depend on us and others show how we rely on animals. The ways in which we share this world and interact with other living things is endless and sometimes very unique.
Photographer Thomas Lohr is known mostly for his high-profile fashion shoots for clients like Vogue, Le Monde d’Hermès, and i-D, but somewhere in his grueling shooting schedule he still finds time for personal projects, the most recent of which is a collection of bird plumage photos gathered in
The 13.5-foot female was checking out the camera equipment during Shark Week filming in Australia. →
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