What are some well-timed photos of wildlife?

What are some well-timed photos of wildlife? by Kaustav Das

Answer by Kaustav Das:

This list contains 12 of them. Take some time & ready to get amazed.

  • This isn't something you can pose. Amazing photography & lovely click.(source:love lizard )
  • Wanna play hide & seek with him?Stunning Green Vine Snake or may be a crocodile?Amazing click.(source:animals)
  • A hungry gull took on the challenge of catching and killing an octopus in the Bolsa Chica Wetlands Reserve in Huntington Beach, Southern California.(source:World of Birds)
  • "Thank you for choosing croc express for all your travel needs. Please keep legs and wings on my back until I make a complete stop."(source:CE)
  • Little ural owl sheltering from the rain under a mushroom.The Ural owl is a medium-sized nocturnal owl of the genus Strix, with up to 15 subspecies found in Europe and northern Asia. The Ural owl is smaller than the great grey owl, and much larger than the tawny owl.(source:Ural owl & Raindrops)
  • Fireflies are found on grasses, shrubs,trees in woodlands, fields and gardens.They eat insects with soft bodies & sometimes snails or slugs.(source:Firefly)
  • Bear: "I can 'bear' witness that The Wildlife Photographer left in quite a hurry!"(source:WILDLIFE)
  • Image of a very young hedgehog made at the edge of a pond, drinking water. The reflections and nice warm atmosphere of the colours is what attracts me in this image.(source:Young hedgehog reflection)
  • Affectionate and attentive, the female gorillas maintain a close relationship with their young and this for many years, like all the great apes.(source:Motherhood)
  • Playing with my bird friends.(source:Fun)

Cheers.

What are some well-timed photos of wildlife?

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