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IN Animals ON 30 Aug, 2016
Photographers have a way of capturing everything alive and they can make anything look far better than it actually was!
But, when it comes to pictures of animals, we can just reel over each one of them. They have an inherent innocence in them that makes us feel close to them. And, the way they can look at you, that unconditional love cannot be shown by another human being, but only animals are capable of loving you that way.
Here, we have compiled a list of some of the best clicks of animals, and these are bound to make your day!
This monkey in Indonesia took the camera from the photographer and snapped himself in a variety of poses. The fact that this is an endangered species of monkey, makes these pictures all the way more special.
This rhino was being transported by a helicopter in South Africa, to a less populated area, so that he could survive better.
Only the cub is for real. The other grown-up pandas are just humans all dressed up. The researchers have to do that when they want to transfer a cub to a new living environment at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center.
This dog survived not only the Japanese earthquake of 2011, but also went through with living three weeks at sea, before he was rescued!
This rare tortoise is with two heads and five legs, and is on display in Slovakia.
In front of them are German soliders at a village in Jagnjenica, Serbia.
These lie in a crib at the Chengdu Research Base in China.
His rear legs were paralyzed after he was abused and left on a train track. He survived despite being run over by several trains. He can be seen chasing a cat at a shelter for homeless animals in Poland.
"Frank and Louie" is 12 years old, and has two mouths, two noses and three eyes. It has one brain, so the faces react in unison!
Carrie Clark and Ted Garver were captured removing their cat from the rubble that was a result of a deadly tornado in Joplin, Missouri.
This pair was spotted at the Berlin zoo.
The brown bear and her three-month-old cub share a kiss in Hamburg, Germany.
The orangutan orphan named Boo plays with his toy.
He is on a walk with Zukhro, an employee at a Russian city zoo.
They look through the window of a flooded temple in Ayutthaya province in Thailand.
This Oklahoma woman found a companion in a kangaroo when she was battling depression. But, the local city officials were worried for public safety with the partially paralyzed kangaroo.
In the end, however, the woman and her pet were allowed to live together!
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