We have just scoured through this fascinating page on Reddit, featuring some truly awesome videos and photos of nature at its best.
Amazing shots of wild animals in the Canadian Rockies by Simone Heinrich, a gifted self-taught photographer, adventurer, and nature lover who was born in Germany and came to Canada in 2003. Simone fell in love with the Canadian Rockies, its beautiful scenery and wonderful wildlife. She focuses mainly on wildlife, nature, and animal photography. Check out her Instagram page for more.
Get ready to dive in a small, but huge, world! The Annual Nikon Small World Contest features the best of the best when it comes to micro photography, all taken with a Nikon camera! And while there is so much beauty in the small details of nature, we've only gather the insects and animal photography below.
This idiot abroad ignored the warning signs about the ice floating away. He proceeds to get stuck on a piece of ice, float away, toss his sweatshirt into the ice cold water, and then make a terrible attempt at gracefully getting back to land. A solid fail all around.
There's nothing more mesmerizing than a Suki, the adventure cat, dump! We've taken the time to think about why we love Suki and her adventures so much, and we came to the conclusion that we simply adore seeing any cat living their absolute best life.
So without further ado, here are 15 pictures of Suki in her element:
From handbags to ties and insects to sea dwellers, the Japanese artist, Amanoyakahu, has explored a plethora of accessories and creatures. With the inspiration of nature, the work took realistic shape and Amanoyakahu never looked back! You can follow all the new extraordinary work on Twitter or the website.
And it's absolutely mesmerizing!
"Do octopuses dream?" According to Nature on PBS, the brilliant change of color might be an indicator that the sleeping octopus is in fact dreaming.
"If she is dreaming, this is a dramatic moment," said Dr Scheel, a marine biologist narrating the clip from an upcoming PBS nature documentary.
"She sees a crab and her color starts to change a little bit, then she turns all dark, octopuses will do that when they leave the bottom (of the ocean)."
"This is a camouflage," Dr. Scheel continues, "like she's just subdued a crab and now she's going to sit there and eat it and she doesn't want anyone to notice her."
"To see the color come and go on her mantle like that, just to be able to see all the different color patterns flashing one after the other, you don't normally see that when an animal's sleeping."
It truly is a spectacular sight.
There's a community on Reddit dedicated to the appreciation of stapling pieces of bread on trees. If this isn't peak internet, I don't know what is. Never know when you might be out exploring nature, when your appetite spikes, and you need a little bite of some bread. Off a tree.