Although surveillance cameras are used for, obviously, surveillance, they’ve seen their fair share of weird, funny, and awesome stuff. A surveillance camera at a Texas zoo recently captured something super-strange. So strange, that they asked the public to help them identify the creature in the photo. Can you tell what it is?
Photographer spends ten years capturing intimate portraits of big cats
In some aspects, animals can be just like humans. They can be kind, caring, affectionate, but also dangerous and ready for a fight. They can suffer or jump with joy, be happy or sad. Macedonian photographer Goran Anastasovski has devoted the past ten years of his life to capturing intimate portraits of animals at the local zoo, particularly big cats. His sepia portraits of tigers, lions, and leopards show the wide range of emotions and behaviors we can see in these magnificent creatures.
Underwater camera reveals the hidden world of feeding flamingos
Filming underwater can reveal so much about the world hidden there. What’s more, it can even show us more about animals that don’t live under the water surface. The San Diego Zoo decided to share what it looks like when flamingos eat. They simply placed an underwater camera into their pond and revealed what it looks like when these wonderful birds are dining.
Woman attacked by jaguar while shooting selfies at zoo in Arizona
Sadly, it’s not that rare that people get injured or even killed while trying to take selfies with wild animals. On Saturday, 9 March, another case of selfie-related attack occurred when a woman got to close to a zoo fence in order to snap some selfies with a jaguar.
These X-ray images of animals are spooky and beautiful at the same time
If you ask me, it’s always interesting to look at photos of animals. And if these photos show their funny, rarely seen or unusual side, it’s even better. Oregon Zoo recently shared a series of animal photos we don’t get to see every day. On their social media profiles, they published X-ray photos of animals taken during their annual checkups. And the results are amazing!
Oregon Zoo’s 46-year-old chimpanzee Chloe has some fun with GoPro
We’ve had enough of this monkey business regarding who owns what photos when a primate presses the shutter. It’s time for a much more fun news piece on monkeys and photography.
Specifically, we’re talking about Chloe, a 46-year-old chimpanzee at the Oregon Zoo who became a filmmaker for the day when she was given a GoPro camera.[Read More…]
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