Can you spot the “invisible animal” Incredible images show nature”s disappearing act when predators are near These animals are trying their utmost to fool predators by blending into landscapes all over the world They were taken by photographer Art Wolfe over a period of 35 years, for his work “Vanishing Act” | UPDATED: 16:35 GMT, 27 December 2012 Whether they are hunters or the hunted, these cunning animals are all masters of disguise who can fool even the most beady-eyed passer by into believingthey are not there.
Battle to save life of rhino after poachers shot it and sliced off its horn. A rare rhinoceros has been cruelly butchered by poachers who shot it and sliced off its horn.
Free to roam: Moment rescued lions are released into the wildAnimals confiscated from private owner in Serbia who bought them from Belgrade Zoo in 2009Animal welfare charity helped transfer them to South African sanctuary. Three lions being kept by a private owner in Serbia have been confiscated and relocated to a South African wildlife sanctuary.
Saturday Night Fur-ver: The disco dancing polar bear who thinks he”s John Travolta. He”s wearing white, hangs out in a very cool location and has all the funkiest moves… could this polar bear cub be the Arctic Circle’s answer to John Travolta
Snapshots of an ever-changing world: Photographers capture incredible moments in nature that will shock and delight you. These incredible photographs show nature”s beauty and brutality in equal measure.
Locked in combat: Mother lion takes on deadly crocodile to give cubs safe swim across river . Scanning the surface of the water, her amber eyes alight upon a threat to her pride – a deadly crocodile lurking in the river that the family of lions must cross.
Adorable pictures to melt even the hardest heart: Tiny kittens, cuddly puppies and fluffy ducklings pair up for cute photo shoot
What fat pigs (and other animals) can teach us about our own waistlines | UPDATED: 21:17 GMT, 30 June 2012 Around the world, doctors are wringing their hands over an obesity epidemic.
Orphans of the storm: Baby birds latest victims of bad weather after they are blown from their nests | UPDATED: 09:11 GMT, 11 June 2012 These baby birds have become the latest victims of the UK”s storm.
Harry the hungry hippo gives his happy handler a loving lick. Adorable Harry the hippopotamus is no stick-in-the-mud when it comes to making friends with humans.