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  • 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.

  • Floral Fascinators

    Popular as they may have become, flower crowns are nothing new and have been around for centuries. These symbols of love, celebration, and fertility can easily be personalised to express your distinctive style, so why not adorn yourself just like these flourishing beasts?

  • I Wanna Hold Your Hand… pt 2

    The Beatles made it famous in 1963 with their song “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”, but holding that special someone’s hand is nothing new, and it’s actually even good for you! Not only is holding hands a great bond strengthener, it lowers your blood pressure and is therefore good for your heart!

  • I Wanna Hold Your Hand… pt 1

    The Beatles made it famous in 1963 with their song “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”, but holding that special someone’s hand is nothing new, and it’s actually even good for you! Not only is holding hands a great bond strengthener, it lowers your blood pressure and is therefore good for your heart!

  • Butterfly Buddies pt 2

    There’s something about butterflies which makes them truly special – not only are they often incredibly beautiful, but the fact that some of them live for less than 10 days makes them even more exceptional. These lucky animals got to share some gorgeous experiences during the butterfly’s brief life.

  • Bathtime!

    Hands up who enjoys a good long soak in the tub? The bubbles, the warm water, perhaps some candles and aromatherapy oils? Sounds like a fabulous evening to me! These gorgeous animals all seem to really enjoy a bath too and are relishing every moment.

  • 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!

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    Squirrel Central

    Can you believe there are over 265 species of squirrels worldwide, including tree squirrels, ground squirrels, flying squirrels, chipmunks, marmots, prairie dogs, pygmy and giant?  Like other rodents, squirrels have four front teeth that never stop growing, but are kept to size by constant gnawing.  These gorgeous little critters even help us by planting trees […]

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    Stopping To Smell The Daisies

    Nature’s array of flowers and their unique aromas is a wondrous thing, and humans aren’t the only ones to appreciate it.  What attracted these critters to their bloom of choice we can’t be sure, but the resulting snaps are just adorable.