Lizards are slow.
Lizards like the warm.
Lizards never lost the war.
Lizards follow the reports.
Lizards know what is coming.
Lizards await the drawing warm.
Lizards are patient.
Lizards know they will rule once again.
According to the zoo website, this is also known as a green magpie, which is a fine name except for their tendency to turn blue if they’re in the sun too long.
The best infrared photos are wide-angle so you can see the world in a different way. In a zoo, though, that tends to bring a lot of things into the photo that you don’t want – fencing, zoo visitors, garbage cans, etc.
Sometimes, though, it works out okay.
Storks don’t have a problem leading a black-and-white life in a world of grey.
I wonder if young dragons get their left-tongue and right-tongue mixed up.
Some animals are camouflaged to better hide. Some to better hunt. This guy, though, just got tired of following the ever-changing styles of the fashion industry and decided “screw it, I’m gonna dress like dirt”.
This is what happens when you decide to evolve into a squirrel’s niche but don’t want to bother with changing your head.
Hey! Remember robins? Remember when we had trees that had leaves on them?
There are both regular pythons and reticulated pythons.
This implies that someone out there is employed as a python reticulator.
This hunting cissa spent hours stalking his prey but finally caught the wily cheeto.
I am posting this in advance, so I don’t know what the current administration did today to upset this hornbill, but I’m sure it was something.
It’s a bit grainer/noisier than I’d like, but I still think it’s a decent shot.
Some frequencies of infrared light can penetrate leaves. Others reflect off. That’s why the trees are different colours based on where the sun is.
Sometimes all of the joey doesn’t fit into the pouch.
Black storks are more than just black.
Some zoos really don’t like their komodo dragons walking away.
If you are tired of all the white and brown outside, here’s a bit of green and orange.
When you’re anxious to escape the perceived restrictions of youth but you’re beginning to realize what adulthood might entail.
Despite the bad press, this dingo doesn’t really want to eat your baby.
Any baby will do.
Orangutan wondering if there’s any point in sharing photos anymore, with almost no one left on LiveJournal, Dreamwidth, and Flickr and with Twitter and Facebook increasingly hiding posts from people.