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Photographer Snaps Family Portraits Of Mama Lynx And Her 7 Kittens On His Porch

When you hear animals creeping along your porch, you think stray dogs or cats are probably responsible — or maybe a bold raccoon. You don't think it's going to be a mother lynx and her family of seven kittens. But such was the case for Tim Newton when he awoke to the sound of paws on his deck Wednesday morning. The Anchorage man thought it was cats, but he didn't think it would be, well, big cats.

Newton, a professional photographer, naturally reached for his camera to capitalize on the the rare opportunity to photograph the cats. The cats played on the deck for about 40 minutes before their mom ushered them back into the woods. Enjoy the photos below and if you want to see more of Newton's photo session with the lynx, check out his Facebook page.


family of lynx on the porch
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This Photographer Shoots Wildlife Animals At The Streets Of European Cities

Bristol, UK-based Sam Hobson is a wildlife photographer with a difference from others: he primarily shoots wildlife that he can find in and around cities: foxes, badgers, deer, toads, squirrels, herons, ravens, pigeons, goshawks, falcons, gulls and others. We really liked the brilliant twist. 

photos of wildlife animals in Europe
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This Artist Photographs Animals Miraculously Saved From The Black Market (17 Beautiful Photos)

With her series entitled "Where the Wild Things Are", the American photographer Natasha Wilson has decided to pay tribute to the animals miraculously saved from the black market, creating beautiful and poetic pictures. The animals in these photographs were collected by the Animal Tracks wildlife sanctuary, which now serves as a refuge for these wild animals, torn from the wild and trained to become pets to be sold on the black market.
Via: ufunk

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Photographer Shoots Adorable Rats In Order To Fight Against The Stigma Surrounding Rodents

Photographer Diane Ozdamar just love rats! That's why she decided to break the stereotypes around these furry companions by photo shooting fancy rats that are highly domesticated. With this lovely photos, she hopes to show everyone that rats are social, highly intelligent and even clean.  The main idea behind this project was to encourage people to adopt the rats so that they do not feel homeless and get the same care and attention as the other pet animals. Some of the rats you can see in the following gallery are hers, others are rats she has fostered, and some belonged to her friends.

Cute photos of adorable rats by Diane Ozdamar
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Meet Cooper, The Photographer Cat

Have you ever wondered what the world looks like from cat level? Cooper can show you.

photographer cat takes photos of the world around him
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Russian Photographer Creates Magical Fairytale Photos Using Real Wild Animals (19 Photos)

Russian photographer Olga Barantseva imagines a wondrous world through her fairytale photography, using real wild animals that interact with beautiful models. Watch this amazing series of photos with wolves, foxes and one creature whose big presence steals the show—a brown bear named Stepan that stands over 7 feet tall and weighs more than 1,400 pounds.

Series of fairy tale like photos using real wild life animals - cover image of woman cuddling with a grizzly bear.
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