A building and trees are reflected in the glass wall as a white tiger walks in his enclosure at the Moscow Zoo
A bird’s butt view of underwater activities
A baby agile wallaby named Pauly is looked after by Kelso wildlife carer Margaret Neihoff, Townsville, Queensland, Australia
A Snowy Owl appears quite ghostly against a background of powdery white snow.
Rusty and Bounce – a tiny 300g rufous bettong and a rock wallaby – were orphaned when their mothers were hit by cars in Queensland, Australia. Both marsupials ended up in the home of wildlife carer Margaret Neihoff and, although they wouldn’t normally mix in the wild, they have formed a bond. Margaret says they sleep together, play together and even hop, or in Rusty’s case scuttle, together.
A new toad species with striking red eyes found in Chocó. This highly unusual species has scientists baffled – we know nothing about it other than where it lives
A baby bat takes a sip of some yummy food.
An Olive Ridley Sea Turtle opens wide to say Hello!