Wild Animals Photo Album

They can be strong and merciless, but they never kill for sport. They can be larger than a tram and still feed on the tiny krill or zooplankton. Some of them are not larger than a dime, but their poison leaves no chance to survive to a much larger enemy… Of course, we are talking about wild animals; and now we want to invite you, our dear reader, for a virtual tour to the wild nature environment, where you’ll be able to enjoy the closer views at the wild animals, which you may or may not meet at your geographic location. Furious tigers and peaceful horses, noble eagles and wise owls, funny bear cubs and curious deer – all of them did their best to act like professional models, allowing photographers make their best shots.

Actually, there are many things humans can learn from animals, and, perhaps, one of the most important among them is “be natural and follow your instincts.” Samuel Butler once said: “All animals except man know that the ultimate of life is to enjoy it.” So, why don’t we try learning this wisdom together? Here, at Cruzine, you will find tons of pictures and illustrations of life to enjoy, and this photo gallery, featuring wild animals, could definitely be a good start…

Elk at Twilight by Jeff Clow

Banff Grizzly in the Berries by Jeff Clow

A Bison in the Sun by Jeff Clow

The sunset on golden pond by Valter Patrial

Who is bigger by Gorazd Golob

Smoking fast by Gorazd Golob

Dreaming of white christmas… by Gorazd Golob

No, my mama is behind you… by Gorazd Golob

Playing a harmonica by Gorazd Golob

High fashion by Gorazd Golob

Tank by Gorazd Golob

Hidden by Gorazd Golob

Beast and her friend by Gorazd Golob

Hot games by Gorazd Golob

You join me for lunch? by Gorazd Golob

First rays of light by Gorazd Golob

Don’t disturb me by Mathilde Guillemot

Curious giraffe by Mathilde Guillemot

Be Careful by Mathilde Guillemot

Babar’s Family by Mathilde Guillemot

Allo! I listen! by Mathilde Guillemot

You come play by Mathilde Guillemot

Wild horses by Jens Klettenheimer

Wild horses by skip & return

Leopard Cub by David Lloyd

Male Lion by David Lloyd

The double-headed eagle by Victoria Ivanova

What?! by Victoria Ivanova

The singer by Victoria Ivanova

I see you! by Victoria Ivanova

Cinnamon Bear #1 by Wil Bloodworth

Great Grey Owl by Wil Bloodworth

Bull Moose #1 by Wil Bloodworth

Large and In Charge by Wil Bloodworth

Mutual Retreat by Mac Danzig

Two for Swimming by Mac Danzig

Three by Mac Danzig

Castor fiber by Håvard Flaatten

Ibexes at 3.538 meters by Roberto Bertero

Hippo and fish by auster

In triangular formation by auster

the beauty of an Arctic wolf by Paul Garner

Photo by Marcin Nawrocki

Flamingos by Claudine Lionnet

What the……….? by Vic. Parsons.

Family by Robert Adamec

Thirsty by Mark Vincent Müller

The Edge by Marsel van Oosten

High claim goat by Alireza Ghamari

Just…..Happy. by Roeselien Raimond

I have been to MY promised land! by ucumari

Yellowstone buffalo & bison by Dan Anderson.

The last resort by Hennie van Heerden

Penguin rock band gone wild by Dene’ Miles

Male proboscis monkey in Bako National Park – Borneo – Malaysia – South East Asia by Lucie et Philippe

The American Alligator’s Bite Force by Matt Hansen

Dawn was breaking deep in the forest by Ben Thé Man

Once Upon a Time in Kenya – 2 - by Ben Heine

American Alligator by Matt Hansen

Once Upon a Time in Kenya – 3 - by Ben Heine

Even Seals Get Hangovers – Año Nuevo State Park, California by Jim Patterson

Howling Coyote – Yellowstone by Dave Stiles


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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.