Thank goodness for the invention of cell phones. Now everybody can capture life’s precious moments with a quick flick of the finger.
My Aunt Bessie was scandalized when an otherwise polite giraffe stuck its long tongue out with sincere derision. The beast craned its neck for a really good look at my horrified relative. Then out came its mocking blue tongue.
I’ve been tempted to do something similar. But, alas, I’m a more civilized creature. All I can do is frame the wonderful photo and place it on the desk in my cubicle.
This shark is feeling very sad at the moment. That’s quite obvious.
I have absolute photographic proof that certain ravenous, cold-blooded eating machines are in fact very sensitive creatures. You might want to give this sad shark a great big loving hug. I’m sure you’ll be touched.
The pace of global climate change is truly alarming. Polar bears, left to fend for themselves without ice floes in the Arctic, have now been spotted as far south as Hawaii. These two polar bears, photographed near swaying palm trees, were forced by rapidly warming temperatures to migrate far across the Pacific Ocean in search of a solid place to stand. Hopefully their new tropical island home isn’t soon underwater.
This small cute kitten named Meow is the recipient of one trillion likes on Facebook. Surprisingly, Meow’s Facebook celebrity status now surpasses that of Rover, Ruff, Tigger, Kitty, Dog, Fuzzball and Lady Gaga.
A dog named Bones is running for mayor of an enlightened California city. The candidate has posted banners around town and has appeared on television and radio for several groundbreaking interviews. You might find this recent interview by a well-known reporter especially interesting:
Reporter: Thank you again for taking the time to answer a few questions. Why have you chosen to run for mayor of Coronado?
Bones: Woof. Woof.
Reporter: I see. Was this a very difficult decision for you to make? Has your family supported you?
Bones: Woof. Woof. Woof.
Reporter: Should you become the next mayor of Coronado, what exactly will be your agenda?
A killer whale was photographed the very moment it leapt from the sparkling blue bay, attacking and devouring eight tourists who were out for a leisurely stroll. This photo was taken one second before the innocent tourists succumbed to their fishy fate.
The crumpled clothes of earlier victims are visible nearby on the grass. Avoid this waterfront park at all costs.