by Andi Gebhardt
by: theclockworkshutterbug 
Photographed by Jane Ta

Photographed by Jane Ta

A sea otter mom eats mussels and snails while her newborn pup sleeps in Monterey in California.  Picture: Michael Yang/Rex Features

A sea otter mom eats mussels and snails while her newborn pup sleeps in Monterey in California.  Picture: Michael Yang/Rex Features

by: theclockworkshutterbug 
Photo by S. Rutherford. 
The new Przewalski foal has gone on display at the Highland Wildlife Park in Kingussie, Scotland. The foal born on the 2nd September is the first new-born Przewalski’s horse at the park in five years. Przewalski’s horses were once extinct in the wild until a small captive bred population were reintroduced in Mongolia in the 1990s and are now listed as Endangered. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images  

The new Przewalski foal has gone on display at the Highland Wildlife Park in Kingussie, Scotland. The foal born on the 2nd September is the first new-born Przewalski’s horse at the park in five years. Przewalski’s horses were once extinct in the wild until a small captive bred population were reintroduced in Mongolia in the 1990s and are now listed as Endangered. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images  

Garnizé.
Foto: Reinaldo Carvalho

Garnizé.

Foto: Reinaldo Carvalho

Crooked faced goat by anotherpoetictragedy.

Crooked faced goat by anotherpoetictragedy.

Submitted by: numbw0rds

Submitted by: numbw0rds

Red eft newt on Balsam Lake Mountain by lollajames

Red eft newt on Balsam Lake Mountain by lollajames

Submitted by: reworak 

Submitted by: reworak 

A wild marmoset callithrix jacchus jumps between trees in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  Picture: AFP/GETTY

A wild marmoset callithrix jacchus jumps between trees in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  Picture: AFP/GETTY

Portrait of a cheetah cub in Ndutu, Tanzania. Photograph submitted by ajhippo.

Portrait of a cheetah cub in Ndutu, Tanzania. Photograph submitted by ajhippo.

Newly Discovered Myanmar Snub-nosed Monkey. This unique and critically endangered monkey was found in Myanmar in 2010 and only around 400 of these special monkeys exist.

Newly Discovered Myanmar Snub-nosed Monkey. This unique and critically endangered monkey was found in Myanmar in 2010 and only around 400 of these special monkeys exist.