Discussion in 'Disney's Animal Kingdom Photos' started by ddindy, Mar 17, 2015.
Two Blackbuck Antelopes with very different horns.
That Straightener Really Works
Komodo dragon lying out in the sun:
Another shot of blackbuck antelopes with different horn shapes.
Nicobar pigeon, walking out directly in front of me as they do:
The wilderness must be explored - and has been for over a century.
Exploring the Wilderness
I can't recall ever seeing this guy up in a tree like this. He's usually hiding in the bushes. Must have been mating season.
Out in the Open
Lovely tiger cub resting in the shade - and taken through thick grimy glass!:
Why wander around the swamps of Florida and New York photographing birds when WDW provides willing subjects like these green-winged doves?
Can't Complain. You?
Peacocks are pretty good looking even without the fancy tail feather display.
Cocked and Ready
A metallic starling (Aplonis metallica) is busy building its nest so it's ready when the sandman enters.
Hanging with a Thread
This cat's not bouncy, trouncy, or flouncy, but given the right prey, might occasionally be pouncy.
I'll Leave the Bouncing to Tigger
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