These poor tanks got abandoned by mean armies. Can you guess who took them in? Mother Nature. Aww!
These powerful tanks that were once used during wars are now making peace with nature. So instead of just sitting there and catching rust, these tanks decided to blend in and have become a part of the environment around us. Adaptation is the key to survival after all. Here's how.
This Russian tank was abandoned during the war of 1988 and lies in Afghanistan since then. That's a long time.
These American tanks abandoned near the research base in Antarctica have been shivering for quite some time now.
This American tank has decided to conquer the Chuuk Lagoon where a Japanese base used to exist in World War II.
This rusted old American tank has been lying on Playa Flamenco beach in Puerto Rico since the days of World War II.
This German Panzer tank was hit by a shell during World War II. The star trails in the background add a nice touch.
This M4A3E8 Sherman tank was abandoned by the crew members in battle at the Flamenco Beach.
Here's yet another American tank that was abandoned at Puerto Rico beach after being fired upon by the enemy.
This hardy machine of a tank is now part of the book of this rain forest. Have to say it has blended in quite well.
The Pakistan army abandoned their tanks in the battle of Chawinda in the Silkot campaign in 1965 Indo-Pak war.
No not the Disney movie. These Russian tanks lie frozen with turrets pointing at the sky from the moment they were hit. Pretty cool!