Sep
22

Cute yawning animals

Scientists are still on the track of why humans yawn, and to add further interest, there are now many studies on which animals yawn and why they do so. If you’ve ever owned a fish, a reptile, a cat or a dog, or even a rat, you may have noticed these animals yawn. In fact most animals yawn, but it’s probably not because they’re bored or sleepy.

Cute yawning baby

Cute yawning baby

Yawning funny monkeys

Yawning funny monkeys

Amazing yawning lion

Amazing yawning lion

Cute yawning parrot

Cute yawning parrot

Funny yawning cat

Funny yawning cat

Yawning pigeon

Yawning pigeon

Yawning panther

Yawning panther

Yawning polar bear

Yawning polar bear

Yawning koala

Yawning koala

Yawning cheetah

Yawning cheetah

Yawning fox

Yawning fox

Yawning ostrich

Yawning ostrich

Yawning rabbit

Yawning rabbit

Yawning hippo

Yawning hippo

Yawning collie

Yawning collie

Yawning lioness

Yawning lioness

Yawning fennec fox

Yawning fennec fox

Yawning crocodile

Yawning crocodile

Yawning guinea pig

Yawning guinea pig

Yawning tiger

Yawning tiger

Yawning rats

Yawning rats

Yawning otter

Yawning otter

Sep
02

Animals and Cameras

Here is photo collection of cute pictures with animals and cameras:

Cat with photo camera

Cat with photo camera

Racoon and photo camera

Racoon and photo camera

Guinea pig and photo camera

Guinea pig and photo camera

Dog and photo camera

Dog and photo camera

Opossum with video camera

Opossum with video camera

Bird and photo camera

Bird and photo camera

Penguins and photo camera

Penguins and photo camera

Meerkat and photo camera

Meerkat and photo camera

Parrot and photo camera

Parrot and photo camera

Squirrel and photo camera

Squirrel and photo camera

Panda with photo camera

Panda with photo camera

Monkey and photo camera

Monkey and photo camera

Frog on camera

Frog on camera

Meerkats

Meerkats

Jul
29

Marvelous Orchid flowers

Orchidaceae, the Orchid family, is the largest family of the flowering plants. Its name is derived from the Greek genus Orchis (meaning “testicle”).

Orchid flower

Orchidaceae

Orchid flowers differ from the majority of flower species in both their pollination systems and structural make-up; the male and female parts of the orchid are actually fused together and located to one side of the flower.

Orchids come in all colors except blue and black, and have flowers, depending on the variety, from the size of a pinhead to the size of a pie plate. Some leaves are thick, some are thin, some are tiny, some plants, such as the Vanilla Plant, grow over 15 feet tall.

About 80 percent of orchids are from the tropics in both the New World (Central and South America) and the Old World (Asia and Malaysia). A smattering can be found in North America and Europe.

Orchids have a reputation as being difficult, if not impossible, to grow, especially without a greenhouse.

Exotic Charm (Phalaenopsis)

Exotic Charm (Phalaenopsis)

Paphiopedilum Botanhill

Paphiopedilum Botanhill

Vanda Pure Delight

Vanda Pure Delight

Paphiopedilum Hamana Makusum

Paphiopedilum Hamana Makusum

Elegant Pink Orchids (Cymbidium)

Elegant Pink Orchids (Cymbidium)

Dendrobium Sonia

Dendrobium Sonia

Orchid flower

Orchid flower

Yellow orchid flowers

Yellow orchid flowers

Paphiopedilum

Paphiopedilum

Phalaenopsis orchid flowers

Phalaenopsis orchid flowers

Laeliacattleya Nippon 'Livinza'

Laeliacattleya Nippon 'Livinza'

Orchid flower

Orchid flower

Orchidaceae

Orchidaceae

Jul
21

Hamsters, how cute are they?

Hamsters are mammals that belong to the rodent family having large incisor teeth that are continually growing necessitating gnawing to prevent the teeth from overgrowing.

Hamster eating cookie

Hamster eating cookie

The name hamster is derived from the German verb hamstern, which means “to hoard” because hamsters have expandable cheek pouches lined with fur to store their food. The word hamstern itself comes from earlier hamustro, from choměstrǔ, which is either a blend of the root of Russian khomiak “hamster” and a Baltic word “staras” or of Persian origin hamaēstar “.

Hamsters make good beginner pets, as they are fairly easy to care for. They often have docile temperaments and have relatively clean habits. They are delightful to watch as they go about their daily housekeeping, food storing and exercise on their wheel. Hamsters live a life that involves the simple pleasures of eating, sleeping, washing and running.

Here are some pictures of hamsters

Cute hamster on the piano

Cute hamster on the piano

Roborovski hamsters

Roborovski hamsters

Dwarf hamster

Dwarf hamster

Little hamster

Little hamster

Laughing hamster

Laughing hamster

Golden Hamster

Golden Hamster

Hamster’s birthday party

Hamster’s birthday party