Explore Animal Faces, Study and more!

Explore related topics

Notes from the photographer: On L+L's excursion to the Miami Zoo, we had the rare opportunity to hand feed these majestic free roaming giraffes from a two-story deck. We were so close to Bongo I was able to study his patterns, the texture of his mane and the curiosity of his sweet face. This image is an abstraction of these unique features.  // www.lincolnandlenox.com #animal #nature #zoo #africa #scarves #cashmere #luxury #print #photography #lincolnandlenox

Notes from the photographer: On L+L's excursion to the Miami Zoo, we had the rare opportunity to hand feed these majestic free roaming giraffes from a two-story deck. We were so close to Bongo I was able to study his patterns, the texture of his mane and the curiosity of his sweet face. This image is an abstraction of these unique features. // www.lincolnandlenox.com #animal #nature #zoo #africa #scarves #cashmere #luxury #print #photography #lincolnandlenox

The serval is a medium-sized African wild cat. DNA studies have shown that the serval is closely related to the African golden cat and the caracal.

The serval is a medium-sized African wild cat. DNA studies have shown that the serval is closely related to the African golden cat and the caracal.

The African wild dog, also called the hunting dog, is a vanishing species in East Africa. Field studies have shown that the wild dog is a highly intelligent and social animal.

The African wild dog, also called the hunting dog, is a vanishing species in East Africa. Field studies have shown that the wild dog is a highly intelligent and social animal.

West Africa Faces Highest Risk of Bat-to-Human Virus Transmission, Says Study - http://www.australianetworknews.com/west-africa-faces-highest-risk-bat-human-virus-transmission-says-study/

West Africa Faces Highest Risk of Bat-to-Human Virus Transmission, Says Study - http://www.australianetworknews.com/west-africa-faces-highest-risk-bat-human-virus-transmission-says-study/

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory - By 2100, nearly 40 percent of land-based ecosystems - forest, grassland or tundra, for example - will have moved from one type to another.  According to a modeling study from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology, global climate change will modify plant communities covering almost half of Earth's land surface.  The projections indicate that many plant and animal species face increasing competition for survival. Most land…

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory - By 2100, nearly 40 percent of land-based ecosystems - forest, grassland or tundra, for example - will have moved from one type to another. According to a modeling study from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology, global climate change will modify plant communities covering almost half of Earth's land surface. The projections indicate that many plant and animal species face increasing competition for survival. Most land…

Africa's rarest animals face extinction In an update to its "Red List" of threatened species, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature said ...

Africa's rarest animals face extinction In an update to its "Red List" of threatened species, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature said ...

Lion cub kisses. Port Elizabeth, South Africa

28 REASONS TO NEVER VISIT PORT ELIZABETH

What does the fact that only 250 lions are left in West Africa really mean?  Besides the issue of this particular population of lions having a unique genetic composition, not found in any zoo lions or other free populations, it means that grazing animals are increasing rapidly without any predators and reducing the savanna cover. This is changing both the ecology and biodiversity of the ecosystem rapidly, much to the detriment of the savannah.

What does the fact that only 250 lions are left in West Africa really mean? Besides the issue of this particular population of lions having a unique genetic composition, not found in any zoo lions or other free populations, it means that grazing animals are increasing rapidly without any predators and reducing the savanna cover. This is changing both the ecology and biodiversity of the ecosystem rapidly, much to the detriment of the savannah.

Pinterest
Search