Snapping at each other: I with my camera, he at my heels.
An avid builder.
The perfect camouflage against volcanic rock.
A zebra's stripes are like a human's fingerprints.
An ostrich can turn its neck 360 degrees.
With the exception of their paws, dogs don't sweat. They regulate their body temperature by panting.
The world's smallest (and most pampered) dog.
A reflexion of the largest cat in the world.
An excessively hungry orangutang.
The hunter and the game.
The finest nose in the world: a million times better tuned than that of a human.
A male proboscis monkey, Borneo.
A fashionably dressed camel.
Albatross winging his way over the Caribbean.
A royal frog, waiting to be kissed.
A monkey with a mischievous glint in his eye.
Hungry shark looking for prey.
Jellyfish projected as art.
A shark with a toothy smile.
Hitching a ride.
A multi-coloured lobster.
Leopard in the wild.
A male Nubian ibex
A Congo gorilla.
On tandem lookout.
Speed hampered by the wet sand.
Birds of a feather flock together.
Elephant and cat.
A very imposing toad.
Magellanic penguins, Tucker Islands.
Working hard for the food.
A springbok, all ears
A pack of wild dogs feasting on their prey
A wild dog sated after feasting on a quarry his pack brought down
Teaching the young one how to hunt
Lappet-faced vultures waiting for news about their next meal
Giraffes moving across the Botswana landscape
Wild boar with offspring, Botswana
A damara hornbill, Botswana
Mother and calf rhinoceros, the elder with her horns sawed off
Lioness with cubs
Lion in training
Lioness sensing a dinner opportunity
Golden zebras, Botswana
A hippopotamus's typical protest when his territory is being invaded
An African Fish Eagle, Botswana
Preparing for the night, everyone
Drying the wings in the waning late afternoon heat
A Namib Desert waterhole
Desert wildlife in the midst of a sandstorm, Namibia
One thirsty oryx antelope after a day in the Namib desert
Two oryx antelopes caught in surprise
Oryx antelopes crossing the Namib desert
Lemurs caught by surprise
Showing off a toothful
A chameleon, perfectly camouflaged
An indri lemur, the largest lemur still in existence
Chameleon before changing its colour, Madagascar
Mother and child lemur, Madagascar
One among a hundred species of lemurs, only found in Madagascar
Lemur with baby, Madagascar
Spectacular lizard, Madagascar
One of many kinds of chameleons in Madagascar