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Another great photo of this gorilla studying this tiny butterfly because of how beautiful it is. Most butterflies are found to have unique textures on its wings and represent a different meaning. The gorilla has a mind like Clegg, studying Miranda.


OMG She is soooooooo beautiful! but why does she need to be in a Zoo? from source>"Our princess arrives (by Official San Diego Zoo)"

ORCAS :) Lovin on ze bebbies :D

ORCAS The Finnish ppl call 'em WHALE KILLERS ('cause they kill Whales - they eat 'em alive!) "Killer Whale" is a mistranslation - the sentence structure is diff. Although related to Whales they're more similar to Dolphins!

#gorilla- love his facial expression! Don't know whether to pin this to funnies or adorable animals...Hahaha!

20 Incredibly Majestic Beasts Being Super Un-Majestic

The king

Joseph, a resident male lion at Big Cat Rescue, Tampa, Florida US.Photograph provided by Big Cat Rescue. Digital hand paintover applied by Julie Hoddinott.Purchases of this art product will help fund the Big Cat Rescue charitable organisation.

sir fidel!

Makes me think of THE LION of Judah! Then one of the elders said to me, "Do not weep! See, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has triumphed. He is able to open the scroll and its seven seals" Rev.

I come in Peace - Mandrill by Wolf Ademeit

hi human by Wolf Ademeit. The mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx) is a primate of the Old World monkey. It is ENDANGERED and rare.(Cercopithecidae) family, closely related to the baboons and even more closely to the drill.


I really love this animal photography. It is almost like you can see this gorillas emotion. Love this picture.

Red-shanked Douc (Monkey - a/k/a Douc Langur or Costumed Ape - Pygathrix nemaeus).     ("Douc Langur | Flickr - Photo Sharing!")

Red-shanked Douc Langur, is often called the "costumed ape" for its extravagant appearance. The red-shanked douc is thought to be found only in north and central Vietnam and Laos.