Posted on May 06, 2013 | Comments 0
If you like wild animals or if you are simply into photography, you might be interested in the best wildlife pictures 2012. With this in mind you should know that while sometimes taking such photos requires a lot of preparations, it is possible for them to be taken by mistake.
This photo was taken by a group of volunteers in Costa Rica. In the last moment before the photo was taken, a sloth lowered itself from the branches of the tree and he ended up being in the photo, right in the middle of it. If the photographer wished to capture a sloth on film, it might have been a lot more difficult.
Elephants and queleas
This is a magnificent picture of 2012. It shows how a herd of elephants disturbed hundreds of queleas. These are really tiny birds, of only about 10 grams, but since they were so many they looked like they were much bigger.
It was shot by Dr. Matt Doggett at the northern coasts of Scotland. It shows as birds submerge in the water while hunting for their lunch. No wonder the photo won the British Wildlife Photography Awards.
The kangaroo and the wombat
In Australia everything is possible. Here one of the top wildlife photos of 2012 came to life as a baby kangaroo and a baby wombat became friends and they shared a pouch. This photo shows that there can be friendship even in the world of animals.
Praying of the otter
The most special thing about this one of the best wildlife pictures 2012 is that it features an otter which looks like he was praying, with his front paws put together. The shot was taken by Marac Andrev Kolodzinski. He had to wait for two hours in the cold before he could take the photo.
The fat hedgehog
There is a really touching story behind this one of the 2012 wildlife photos on the top. The photo features a hedgehog that got so fat he couldn’t roll into a ball. There is another hedgehog featured as well with a normal weight, both of them being on a scale.
There are some other best wildlife pictures 2012 as well that you may be interested in so you should keep searching.
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