Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Thats cute - animal potraits

Sometimes, I wished I can be as carefree as this penguin

A baby harp seal rests on the Arctic ice. Its mother can distinguish it from hundreds of others by scent alone.

Black bears are excellent climbers, scaling trees to play, hide, eat, and even hibernate.

Female crocs lay their eggs in clutches of 20 to 60 eggs. After the eggs have incubated for about three months, the mother opens the nest and helps her young out of their shells.

A white-handed tree frog stares at the camera from its perch on a fern in São Paulo, Brazil. There are more than 730 amphibian species in Brazil, 467 of which are endemic to the region.

(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, "The Fragile World of Frogs," May 2001, National Geographic magazine)

An Australian sea lion mugs for the camera off Adelaide, Australia. These highly endangered sea mammals have been hurt by decades of overhunting.

(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, "Great White: Deep Trouble," April 2000, National Geographic magazine)



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