Each week, people continue to discover amazing animal pictures and photographers have shot numerous impressive images about lovely animals and their actions that can help you experience different levels of emotional feeling. Let's take a look at the following impressive animal photos of the previous week.
Pam Mullins has excellently captured the bold eagle near her home in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. In the extraordinary moment, the bald eagle looks more like a jet with an aero plane’s engine which released the white smoke in the air. In fact, it is the exhaust billowing out of the bird's talons as it comes up into the air.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 1: The extraordinary moment of a bald eagle
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 2: Twin polar bears are going for a walk at Dalian Laohutan Ocean Park, China’s Province of s Liaoning. 100 pairs of twin children are going to attend a party next week with the bears.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 3: Photographer Urs Schmidli came across the unique scene in his back garden in Switzerland. A sparrow catches the leg of a thief when he tries to steal dinner.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 4: Two little owls were seen mating in the mating season. The romantic affectionate is captured in Lleida, the Catalonia region of Spain.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 5: The little kangaroo was rescued by Lisa Milligan while being abandoned in Melbourne, Australia.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 6: A ring-tailed lemur looks afraid when he walks through his enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, Friday on May 27, 2011.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 7: The cheeky bear was previously afraid of water in the past; however, the polar bear cub at Aalborg Zoo in Denmark amuses all visitors with his diving skills.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 8: The bird pops its head out of water just like Mark Plant surfs at Point Sinclair, South Australia.
Impressive Weekly Animal Picture 9: The rare white kiwi chick named Manukura was born in New Zealand's Pukaha Mt Bruce national wildlife centre which weighs approximately 250 grams.