Tag: deer

  • Frolicking Amongst the Flora pt 2

    Witnessing an entire field of nature’s floral splendour in all its glory is something very beautiful indeed! Having been lucky enough to see the magnificent South African fynbos in full bloom on multiple occasions, these animals in their blossoming settings couldn’t be any more blessed.

  • Frolicking Amongst the Flora pt 1

    Witnessing an entire field of nature’s floral splendour in all its glory is something very beautiful indeed! Having been lucky enough to see the magnificent South African fynbos in full bloom on multiple occasions, these animals in their blossoming settings couldn’t be any more blessed.

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  • Winter Wonderland pt 2

    The whiteness of winter and the purity of snow is a truly beautiful thing to behold. The stunning creatures that live in this habitat tend to follow suit and are just as gorgeous themselves. Snow can also be playful and fun, so let the snowball fighting and snow angels begin!

  • Wee Wild Wonders pt 2

    Nothing is cuter than a baby animal, and these are some prime examples. There are some incredible specimens in the animal kingdom, and given the variety we are blessed with, I am sure you’ll find at least one that brings a smile to your face.

  • Merry Christmas!

    To all those celebrating I wish you a very Merry Christmas to you, your pets, family, and friends! Stay safe and enjoy this special time together.

  • Not Quite Twinning

    Twins are an incredible occurrence and happen throughout the animal kingdom…these animals, however, are not quite there! They might look almost identical, if it weren’t for the fact they are not of the same species! That doesn’t stop them from trying, and looking incredibly cute whilst doing so.

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 2

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 1

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • Sun Worshippers

    The ancient Egyptians had the sun god Ra/Re whom they used to worship, but these cute critters are focusing directly on enjoying the warming pleasures of the Sun. Whilst we all need to be careful of too much time in the sun, 15-20mins daily is fantastic for our health.