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Nature In All Its Indescribable Beauty (36 Animal Pics)

Nature can be devastating, that's no secret. However, there is so much beauty to it. 

Millions of poetics do their best to describe it, when people are trying to describe beauty -- nature is what's referenced.

But can we really ever describe just how sensational nature truly is? We don't think so. 

It's beyond description. 

Thanks to the subreddit, r/NatureIsF**kingLit, we get just a glimpse of that indescribable beauty from around the world.

Enjoy these 36 insane pics of animals out in nature:

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    Baby Cheetah attacking an Impala. Photo by @Mostafa Elbrodlosy

    Mammal - © M O S TA F AEL BR OL oSY

  • 2

    Lemon shark fed up with hitchhikers.


  • 3

    Young sitatunga with his mother. A species of antelope that lives in the marshes of central Africa.

    Vertebrate

  • 4

    Fox kit with mom in Finland. Photo by Ossi Saarinen.

    Mammal

  • 5

    Leafy Seadragon.


  • 6

    Giraffe gets used as a perch by redbilled oxpeckers, Zambia. Photo by Marsel van Oosten.

    Giraffe

  • 7

    A rare glimpse of a huge transparent egg sac containing hundreds of thousands of baby squid. By Ronald Raasch


  • 8

    Tern chick Living the high life. Photo by Katherine Sayn-Wittgenstein.

    Bird

  • 9

    Wild horses enjoying the ocean. Probably how sea horeses are made, not sure yet, will keep investigating.

    There was a problem rendering this video - it may have been deleted.

  • 10

    The name "orangutan" is derived from the Malay and Indonesian words orang, meaning "person", and hutan, meaning "forest", thus "person of the forest".

    Beard

  • 11

    Armadillo protecting itself.


  • 12

    Elephant calf making friends.

    Elephant - rewalls.com

  • 13

    Vote now for your favorite cat meme of the decade!


  • 14

    Crab harvests bioluminescent algae.

    Nature - natgeotv.com

  • 15

    Male hippopotamus roars at the camera of wildlife photographer Dale Morris in Okavango Delta, Botswana.

    Snout

  • 16

    Harlequin poison dart frog. If they are raised in captivity the poison levels are low to nil. In the wild they get the toxins from the insects they eat.

    Frog

  • 17

    New post r/NatureIsFuckingLit #8 by Mockii11 hr Orca teaching a seal how to fly. Harlequin poison dart frog. If they are raised in captivity the poison levels are low to nil. In the wild they get the toxins from the insects they eat. Siamang Ape doing


  • 18

    Secret Toadhead Agama. Stranger Things inspiration perhaps?

    Reptile

  • 19

    Two Ibex share a moment. Photo by Nachum Weiss.

    Wildlife

  • 20

    Seal slapping kayak-er with an octopus


  • 21

    The tiny, yet stunning Brazilian Jeweled Tarantula.

    Tarantula

  • 22

    A year-long timelapse showing all the wild life that gathers around a single tree.


  • 23

    Gharial crocodiles can't sweat so they just open their mouths to stay cool.

    Green

  • 24

    Red-shanked douc.

    Vertebrate

  • 25

    Swan coming in for a landing.


  • 26

    The Tiger Quoll, a carnivorous marsupial native to Australia, had not been seen by humans in more than a decade when someone caught the possum-looking creature outside their laundry room.

    Vertebrate

  • 27

    A beautiful morning in the forest.

    There was a problem rendering this video - it may have been deleted.

  • 28

    Bird using some bait to fish some dinner.


  • 29

    Chevrotains, also known as mouse-deer, are small ungulates that make up the family Tragulidae, the only extant members of the infraorder Tragulina.

    Vertebrate

  • 30

    Lion and his cub.

    Mammal

  • 31

    Millipedes are the first animals to have colonised land 428 million years ago. This is one of the 12. 000 existing species. Some members of prehistoric groups grew to over 2m.


  • 32

    Red-tailed Black Cockatoo.

    Organism

  • 33

    Two rams pausing their mountain climb to spar for a moment.

    Mountainous landforms

  • 34

    Baikal Seal puppy waving goodbye.

    Water

  • 35

    The South American Maned wolf,

    Vertebrate

  • 36

    Orangutan waiting out the rain. Photo by Andrew Suryano.

    Water

  • 37

    Spring Fawn amidst flowers. Photo by @fuzzydawnwildlife

    Blue
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