Nature tells us a lot of weirdest things and oddest stories happening anywhere in the world. As such, numerous photographers capture unique moments of wildlife in order to never let wildlife be considered lackluster.
Last week, wildlife fanatic and photographer Thomas Whetten, from Tucson, USA successfully spotted amazing images of fight between a lion and a zebra in Ngorongoro Conservation area, Tanzania. Like a scene from “Madagascar”, the zebra will be the next meal of the lion. The zebra is casually strolling through the grasslands and totally unaware of the lion. Suddenly, the lion which is hiding in the grass leaps on his back. Undaunted, the zebra fights against the predator by an almighty kick to the face. While the lion continues to chase the zebra, it is dumped into a muddy puddle. The spectacular scene is captured from a safari jeep. Mr. Whetten said, “It was spectacular - even better than you see at the movies. It's very rare for a zebra to get away without being mauled at all.”
The hind legs of the zebra kick off to the face and jaw of lion.
A mother cheetah and her offspring share an intimate moment in Kenya.
The albatrosses are swimming less than a meter above the hungry sharks. The picture is spotted by photographer Chris Fallows.
A giant Bald Eagle is holding a bird in South Dakota.
A hippo makes a deafening roar to get the water's edge from a flock of cormorants in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda.
A tiny female Blue-grey Gnatcatcher is angrily watching the enemy (photographer) when he enters her territory in Turks and Caicos.
A goat from China's Liaoning Province has earned his title as “Strong-willed goat”. He learns how to walk and even run in his front two forelegs.
An ant is trapped in a tiny sphere of water. The photo is taken by Adam, from Noosaville, Queensland, Australia.
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