The recently announced winners of the eighth annual Audubon Photography Awards beat out a field of over 5,500 entries across three categories. Celebrating the vulnerability and elegance of our feathered friends, participants entered a wide variety of images that capture all aspects of bird life. Wildlife photographers from 48 U.S.
The world has spoken: the always-smiling quokka is both the happiest and the most photogenic animal on the planet.
Our four-legged friends are often the muses for art of all kinds.
Thanks to social media, maternity shoots have nearly become a routine part of pregnancy. While many people may think that only humans pose for these pre-birth photo shoots, doting dog owners have proven otherwise. With the help from her owner, Elsa, pregnant pug mix Fusee has hopped on board the dog maternity shoot bandwagon with a delightful series of photos. To celebrate Fusee's pregnancy, Elsa asked her photographer friend Clayton Foshaug to snap some sweet and stylish photographs of the 8-weeks-pregnant dog.
With an impassioned interest in “capturing the expression, attitude, and spirit of wildlife,” artist Tom Mital creates exquisite oil paintings of birds.
As any animal lover knows, capturing the perfect pet portrait is no easy task.
Man’s best friend is no stranger to the camera. Both professional photographers and enthusiastic amateurs alike snap countless pictures of their furry companions—and who could blame them? There is a nuance to our pets that's best captured with artful pet photography. Dogs—seemingly more so than other creatures—showcase their quirks in portraits akin to humans. To demonstrate their many sides, the annual Dog Photographer Of The Year competition recognizes some of the best in canine photography.
In her delightful series of animal illustrations, artist Kelsey Oseid explores and presents the amazing diversity of the earth's living...
After dinosaur tails and bird wings, researchers have found the next big discovery trapped inside a piece of Burmese amber—almost...
The June 2017 issue of National Geographic magazine takes a fascinating look at the discovery of a nodosaur fossil, remnants of an armored herbivore that would have weighed 3,000 pounds. Canadian miners happened upon the fossil in 2011, paving the way for the excavation of the best-preserved fossil of its kind.
Nowadays, it seems like pets have just as many sartorial options as us humans.
In Giants, a striking series of portraits, Australian photographer Jem Cresswell explores the awe-inspiring behaviors and undeniable anthropomorphism of the humpback...