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21 hilarious nature photos 2017

The bears tried to hide in the bush for a quick tryst, but they were surely caught in the act. These photographs are from The Comedy Wildlife, which supports the Born Free Foundation; A foundation dedicated to compassionate conservation and animal welfare.

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A visit to the hot spring in the Jigokudani Monkey Park near Nakano, where Japanese Macaques, or Snow Monkeys, frequent, is a popular destination for many visitors to Japan.

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Early morning stretch from a sleepy sea otter.

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Marvelous musical act by three joyful elephant seals in South Georgia Island.

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Gnu and shadow at the watering hole at the hide in Mkhuze park.

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Little owl nestlings.

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Mummy Brown Bear just wants some peace and quiet.

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A seal looks to be getting a good laugh about something.

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These two monkeys broke away from their group to ‘test drive’ a motorbike parked near the entrance to the reserve.

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Golf is a frustrating game and if you’ve ever picked up a golf club, you’ve wanted to do this. I figured she must have three-putted the hole and this was pay back.

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A baby dormouse seem laughing on a yarrow flower.

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Young elephant seal reacts to his friend’s revelation that he voted for Brexit.

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Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) mother with exiting a day den, cub trying to catch a ride on mama’s bum.

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A red Ghost crab (Ocypodinae sp.) seen adjusting and cleaning one of its eyes at the Frazergunj beach in West Bengal, India.

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Two mudskippers fight over territory on tidal mudflats. With both posturing with their mouth’s open it almost looks as though they are singing a power duet.

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Wild red kangaroos are most active in the early morning. And the morning is the best time for the martial art training! Of course, this was not a training kangaroo male, but a funny posture during scratching. At least kangaroos want us to think so…

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Blue wildebeest standing on a mound.

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This photo was taken on an expedition to Antarctica in Januari 2017 on Cuverville Island. A large breeding colony of Gentoo penguins live on this island. In the picture you can see them grooming, but it looks like they all have no head.

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Mountains Gorilla is making grimaces, then he came out of the bush after the rain.

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This wild rabbit is collecting nesting material.

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A Green Turtle slapping a Napoleon Maori Wrasse.

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