One of them suddenly disliked my presence and charged straight ahead. As I was right at the edge of the camp, I froze and put all my faith in two electrical wires located in between the elephant and me. At several meters away, the charge halted and two giant ears waved forward.
A Himalayan mountain goat, or tahr, looks out over Camps Bay at the Diving Board in Table Mountain, Cape town, South Africa.
A seagul gazes into my lens at the Serpentine in London, England.
A swan passes by on the river Thames over a timespan of 3 seconds in London, England.
The Taiwan yuhina is a small songbird endemic to Taiwan. They were present in abundance, eating berries and doing what birds do. Like flying.
SINGAPORE ZOO, SINGAPORE
The toucan originates from parts of Central and South America. The bill of the toucan has the capacity to shed heat (up to 60% of the birds resting heat) though it isn’t possible to turn it on or off, so it has to be covered up at night (by the wings) to insulate and reduce the heat loss (thanks wiki!).