You'd most certainly not want to be on the receiving end of this Simbakubwa kutokaafrika, an ancient giant carnivore that lived in Africa, 22 million years ago.
A look at the competitive Birding that goes on in New York City's Central Park.
Our personal hero, David Attenborough, helps bring this sweet yet heartbreaking animation of "The Wind in the Willows" to life. Directed by Matthew Day and created by creative agency Don't Panic, we see the animal side of habitat loss, told in an …
A huge and concerning collection of endangered animal illustrations, showcasing the most endangered species in each of the fifty United States.
Cats are funny beasts, full of personality, sure to show you their unhappiness, as well as their love. Photographer Andrius Burba has a hilarious and telling series simply called Under Cats that shows the felines photographed on glass from below. Great use of …
Digital artist and photographer Nick Pedersen has a collection of composite images that pull together beautiful natural elements to create huge, epic scenes.
Utilizing his own super-vibrant, futuristic illustration style, digital artist Maxim Shkret has created an entire kingdom of animals, from polar bears to hummingbirds to five-pointed unicorns.
These remarkable images by Sean Scott were taken in Western Australia, and show a pair of bronze whaler sharks swimming close to shore through emerald waters.
Artist Terry Cook puts a very impressive spin on the party balloon animals that you remember from your childhood. Mimicking real bird species and placed in their natural habitat, he blends lines between comical and accurate.
Simon Brown takes old, falling-apart brushes, and turns them into delightful nature scenes, using the bristles as stand-in for grass.
We're big corgi fans, (we have one), and they are undeniably cute and goofy. Fellow corgi owner Bryan Reisberg decided to Photoshop movie posters to star his dog Maxine, and the results are hilarious. And cute.
Possibly you've seen some of these wild animals in your dreams. Paris-based artist André Sanchez wants us all to share in his vision, entitled ‘The day I visited eden’.
Lighthearted and mostly absurd in nature, the surrealism by Australia-based artist Phonsay Phothisomphane captures the imagination.