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Photographer Aditya Singh quit his job, left Delhi and moved to Sawai Madhopur city, in Rajasthan, just outside Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. He moved here in order to be closer to nature. His wife, Poonam Singh, opened a tourist resort there to earn their living. And over the past 20 years, the Singh's has bought roughly 35 acres of land which shares its boundary with Ranthambore tiger reserve and left it completely undisturbed.

Now, the land is flourishing as it's covered in a lush greenery and is frequented occupied by wild animals, including tigers, throughout the year.

What inspired this new way of living? Poonam Signh tells Quartz India, "My first sighting was a tigress with three cubs on a hill. It was magical. At the end of the trip, I just asked him if we can move to Ranthambore. He wanted it, too, and within months we moved. As far as this land is concerned, it was a dream that we both saw and achieved together to have our own area of wilderness."

The future goal? To continue buying more land to expand the forest even further, and to inspire others to follow suit. 

How incredible is that? The Singh's are our heroes! 



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Artist Creates Stunning Animal Portraits on Slices of Wood

Creative artist Patrycja Prószyńska, paints gorgeous portraits of animals on simple slices of wood. She told onMajestic Bunny that, "The main theme of my works is the surrounding world with magical accents." 

More Info: Facebook h/t: MagesticBunny


Take a look at her stunning work;


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Photographer Takes Magical Photos Of Forest Animals in Finland

Joachim Munter is a wildlife photographer based in Helsinki, Finland. He combines his love of art, photography, and outdoor adventure in his nature photography. Munter's work takes on a fairytale-like quality due to his vibrant colors carefully composed frames. Follow Munter's work on Instagram for more magical Finnish forest scenes. 

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"Squeek squeekers squeek squee squeekums!"

Help! Does anyone speak chipmunk?!?

-Sally Squeeps

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Squee from a safe distance! Badgers sure are cute, but they're also fiercely territorial animals, capable of fighting off much larger animals, even bears!

-Sally Squeeps

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The forest can be a cold and unforgiving wilderness, so it's nice to have a friend, whatever species they are.

-Sally Squeeps