Male African Lion
Male African Lion, Panthera Leo, the top-level predator of the African savannah.
Siberian Tiger in grass
This isn't a white Siberian tiger, but a black-and-white image. which shows driamatically how this predator's pattern of stripes and markings blends in with its surroundings - or doesn't, depending on your visual system.
Black-tailed Prairie Dog
This Black-tailed Prairie Dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) lives in Devil's Tower National Monument in Wyoming. The residents of this pairie dog town are quite used to humans and calmly go about their lives as long as you maintain a respectful distance.
The Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) is a leopard subspecies native to the Primorye region of southeastern Russia and the Jilin Province of northeast China. It is classified as Critically Endangered.
Lone Bison in Black Hills, South Dakota
A lone bison grazes peacefully, late in the day, in Custer State Park, South Dakota. The American bison is also known colloquially as the buffalo.
The ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) is a primate in the family Lemuridae, and is native only to the island of Madagascar. It's highly social, and very vocal.
The Wallaby is an Australian marsupial, a close relative of the kangaroo. There are several species; this one is a a Bennet's or Red-Necked Wallaby, Macropus Rufogriseus. These calm and gentle animals are found in the scrublands and forests of Eastern Australia.
Alaskan Brown (grizzly) bear
alaskan brown (grizzly) bear
The Arctic Fox, also known as the Polar or Snow fox wearing his white winter coat.
A Friend At The Door
This hardy Minnesota squirrel lives in our yard and sometimes, in the winter, seems to wish our relationship could be closer. But don't worry about him, he actually makes a pretty good living from the stray seed that ends up underneath the bird feeders.
curious cat with green eyes
Can I come in?
A green-eyed cat who looks like he wants to come in...
Cat up close
Flamingo At Rest
A lesser flamingo, Phoeniconaias minor. This is the smallest species of flamingo, found in parts of Africa and India. It typically rests on one leg, with the other tucked up beneath its body. The pink color comes from beta carotene in their food.