Yasuni National Park in Ecuador is the largest protected area in Ecuador and here for 32 years has the status of the International Biosphere Reserve. Here, on one hectare of land is growing about 470 species of trees and wildlife represented roughly 60 percent of all Ecuadorian mammals and 500 species of amazing birds. Among them — and parrots with cobalt, which prefers to stay in packs, and come to drink in this format.
Young female cheetah named Etta Serengeti exploring the neighborhood, while its four 12-week-old cubs frolic nearby. Incidentally, it is interesting that the researchers found the area: it turns out, most of the pups are raised a small group of cheetahs, Superman.
The lens talented photographer even nightly walk with the dog can be a terrific subject for a first-class image.
Island fur seals in South Africa near Cape Town, photographer Steven Benjamin calls his favorite place to take pictures. Seals are curious and playful, but they are very difficult to photograph, because despite its size, these animals can at breakneck speed to get to the shore and hide in the water. And they laugh bent his thick body, active twist tail and paddle fins. A crowd of young love to interfere with the divers and operators — it is a great pleasure to touch their fins and big round butt heads. Is not it true that many human babies, too, like so fun?
While on the sandy shores of quiet, calm, and no people, mother kangaroo with her a child can safely walk on the beach at Cape Le Grande, in Western Australia.
Each winter, hundreds of birders and photographers on a journey in search of a rare bird, the snowy owl. In the U.S., it can be seen on Long Island, in the territory of the State Park Jones Beach. Here, these white predator live for four seasons.
In Rwanda (Congo) are three national parks, one of which, Volcanoes National Park, has a truly planetary significance. It is only here inhabit rare black mountain gorillas, of which there are only 650 individuals in the world. Of them in Rwanda — about 300 individuals. Gorillas live in families, for their lives are closely monitoring employees park, and the birth of a new baby — a celebration of a world scale. The picture shows David Creatura — two toddlers who frolic, fool around and fight in the trees until they are seen and not spanked older.