A post shared by 羊毛フェルト🐱わくねこ (@wakuneco) on Jul 19, 2018 at 6:16am PDT The traditional needle felting technique is becoming more and more popular among crafters, with many textile artists using wool’s fuzzy fibers to create charming sculpted creations. One creative to master this craft is Japanese artist Wakuneco, who creates hyper-realistic hand-felted cat faces.
The Kennel Club has just announced the winners of the 2018 Dog Photographer of the Year contest, revealing an adorable...
A post shared by Robinson Russell (@robinsonfrankrussell) on Nov 21, 2017 at 8:21am PST Fisherman Robinson Russell has been fishing for over 20 years, but he wasn't quite prepared for what he saw in one lobster haul off Grand Manan Island in Canada. Mixed in with the other lobsters was one stunning crustacean with a translucent blue-pink shell.
Thanks to a group of fishermen, an Arctic fox stranded on an iceberg is back on dry land.
They say that dog is man's best friend, and for good reason.
Time to add more species to the list of animals who have perfected the art of camouflage. Known as the wrap-around spiders, Dolophones is a genus of spider found primarily in Australia and Oceania. The genus contains 17 species known for their abilities to blend seamlessly into their surroundings during the day by wrapping themselves around twigs or flattening against tree bark.
Koko, the kitty-loving gorilla who learned sign language, has died at age 46.
It wasn't Willis Chung‘s first time photographing wildlife at Yellowstone, so he knew to be prepared for anything.
Washington D.C.-based photographer Andrew Marttila quite possibly has the best job ever. Known as “The Cat Photographer,” he dedicates himself to capturing the playful, adorable, and often hilarious personalities of our feline friends. And for his latest project, Marttila reveals what happens to cats when they’re “high” on catnip.
Artist Svetlana Petrova finds a creative muse (or “mews”)
Many people may not consider pigeons to be beautiful birds, but photographer Andrew Garn disagrees.