It's not easy to peek inside the lives of wild animals as they are alert enough to keep their distance from humans. Thanks to trail cams, we could finally get a few incredible shots to draw closer to these adorable critters. Whether you are a wildlife lover or not, these photos are totally worth your time laying eyes on!
1. Wait For Me
It seems that even an owl sometimes would thumb a lift after soaring all night. It finds itself a speedy ride despite the permission. Hope you have a smooth landing, fella!
2. What's Up, Man?
It looks like that the deer has just finished her lunch when she realized that she was on screen! Being ashamed of her eating manners, she just stuck out her tongue to the cam. Better let me know in advance next time!
3. Look What I Found
It's not that easy to find food by yourself, that's why you need teamwork. This raccoon is just latching onto a feeder and showering seeds down for his buddies to eat. That's enough, thanks, pal!
4. Taste Of Santa
Has it ever occurred to you what Santa tastes like? Look at the cub, and apparently he can't wait to take a bite of this Santa toy's hat. Okay, boy, say goodbye to Christmas presents this year!
5. Say "Hi"
A timid deer may look lovely, but a gang of them? Oh no, it's totally a different story. If you were in the middle of them, then you'd better run as far as possible.
6. Supper Time
It's late in the evening, so it's time for supper. These cute fox cubs couldn't bear one more minute without their mom. Take your time getting milk, boys and girls!
7. Need Help
It happens that you stumble over a rock in the evening. This poor deer dashes so fast that he is just about to fall. Fellas, you've got to lend him a hand!
We all know the feeling of finding an oasis after walking through the desert for a whole day. These raccoons are sooo thirsty now that they are all attentive to drink. Fella, you just have some patience, okay? It's almost your turn.
9. Evolution Theory
The wolverine must be in favor of the evolution theory. But there's still a long way to go before one of the biggest members of the weasel family evolves to a human. So keep practicing, bro!
Tigers are supposed to have stripes, right? Well, the answer is "most?" Aha, he got you! The king of the forest was just stumbling into a marsh.
11. Parenting Matters
It is our parents that teach us how to cope with the wild world in the first place. Here we can see a mama bear lifts up her cub, so he can grab some food inside the barrel. Quite touching, isn't it?
12. Wow, It's Firework
No one would not like watching fireworks shows, right? This buck is roaming alone in a field when he suddenly sees a beautiful firework light up. What a romantic moment!
13. Always Be Prepared
A deer should always be on his toes despite whether he senses a predator or not. Speed up, deer, the game of chasing just kicks off!
14. A Prickly Fight
Battles among animals vary from one way to another. We can feel the intensity in the air even by looking at the two porcupines up on their hind legs. Calm down, boys, or you'll end up with being "lose-lose."
15. Never Eat This Before
There's always some food that we have never had a bite of. This deer happens to find out the camera lens and he decides to taste it to know about them. So is it yummy, buddy?
16. Shh, Don't Ruin It
Believe it or not, ferocious animals can be tender sometimes. Look at these lion cubs that are making out, we all agree that's a lovely picture.
17. Not A Picky Eater
This little mongoose doesn't seem to be a picky eater, and that's why he is picking food in the trash cans. Sorry about the mess, but your trash cans are not sealed. Not my bad!
18. Selfie Time
Raccoons are no stranger to us, but god, we've got to say that this one is the smartest. He's just staring right down the lens and posing! One, two, three, say "cheeze".
19. Bad Timing
Everybody, let's party tonight! Wait, it seems that we have an uninvited friend, a raccoon! The party is called off, and I'm heading home!
20. You Know, It's Just Snack
It can be awkward that you are caught when you are having some snacks at midnight. The otter just caught herself a tasty fish and began enjoying it. To her surprise, she found that she was being watched over all the time!