Turns out, humans are not the only ones who sometimes go through bad days.
Animals can have one too, especially when it comes to poor life decisions.
So, sit back and enjoy these photos showing what a bad day looks like in the animal kingdom.
Butterflies are a common sight in many gardens, pollinating and feeding on a wide range of flowers.
Those beautiful creatures have an amazing range of color preferences between the various species, but as a general rule, flowers that are white, pink, purple, red, yellow and orange attract the most butterflies. Blue to green flowers are universally the least favorite flower color. Some evidence indicates that butterflies may learn which color flowers tend to produce their favorite types of nectar, using color as a visual cue when hunting for these plants.
We have collected some photos of this wonderful combination between flowers and butterflies.
Few animals have the power to make us smile quite like alpacas and llamas. There's just something about these awkwardly cute animals that's difficult not to like.
Now...what if all that cuteness will be delivered to you in a mini version? Yes! we have some of the cutest baby llamas (and alpacas) photos for you. You're welcome.
Animals make our worlds an easier and better place to live in, giving us reason to pause and smile and — in some cases — serving as true companions and friends.
Prepare your heart: These incredible images of birds, reptiles, primates, and more will restore your wonder in the world.
Here's a link to our previous list of amazing animal photos
It all started with a simple question on twitter: which of the two zebras in this photo is in front, facing the camera, the left or the right one?
The Indian Wildlife photographer, Sarosh Lodhi, took this photo of two zebras in the Maasai Mara national game reserve in Kenya, and it went viral.
As you can see from the following comments, people had a hard time deciding...What do you think?
A new photo archive by Vintag.es shows that some of the European colonizers penetrating Africa in the 19th and early 20th centuries were riding wild zebras as an alternative to horses.
The reason behind it is the zebra's resistance to diseases carried by tsetse flies which made their domestication more attractive.
However, as many European colonizers learned in the early 20th century, despite their similarity to horses, zebras are just a bit too wild to completely tame.
Unlike horses, which naturally roam around munching on grass, zebras spend their lives cagily watching, evading and fighting savannah predators such as lions, cheetahs and crocodiles. Natural selection has bred zebras to be nervous, flighty and brutally aggressive if cornered.
But taming individual zebras to perform horse-like duties has occasionally been successful. Lord Walter Rothschild, for instance, trained a team of zebras to pull a carriage, which he drove past Buckingham Palace to demonstrate their supposedly pliable nature.
Kids and animals are a double dose of cuteness.
Photographer Andrea Martin celebrates the joy that comes from these duos in her sweet photos featuring a small kid and a baby animal, cuddling in a rural setting.
As the mom of four children, Martin understands the magic and knows how to embrace their mutual playfulness as well as when to hit the shutter in exactly the right moment.
Childhood television programs have popularized the theory of frienemy with Tom & Jerry and Tweety Bird and Sylvester of Looney Tunes.
We have learned It is a game of domination on the hierarchy of animals, not of friendship.
But the animals proved us wrong.
As you can see from the following images, animals do help other types of animals as well as their own.
They reach others when they need it, without any prey, predators, companions, or enemies' roles.
Turns out, love knows no bounds in the animal world as well.
Shaaz Jung is an Indian wildlife photographer and Cinematographer who specializes in capturing the great moments of big cats.
In the following photo series, he provides us with a fascinating glimpse into the life of one beautiful black panther in the jungles of Kabini.
Contrary to what the internet might have you believe, taking pictures of cats is not a new obsession.
Since the dawn of photography, people with cameras have been aiming them at their pets who, though not always the most willing subjects, are usually most adorable.
Taking a trip through the archives proves that our collective love affair with cats goes way back and that those cuddling little creatures were as cute than as they are today.
Let's talk about cows for a moment.
They're big, beautiful and outstanding in their field :)
And every year, on July 7th, the world celebrates their special appreciation day.
Cow Appreciation Day is a day that has been designed to raise awareness about cows and appreciate everything that they do for us, humans.
So, we thought to scroll down some adorable cat photos from the dedicated twitter page is a great way to celebrate all this cow goodness.
You'll have to admit it, life in the animal kingdom is full of hard decisions — from whether to chase that ball to who or what to eat for dinner. Those are some tough choices, OK?
These guys are deep in thoughts.
Now, please, if you'll just leave them be.