In 1914, photographer Harry Whittier Frees posed puppies (and kittens) as part of series of photos for a children’s book.
A man in a perspex cage gets a visit from a hungry female polar bear.
NYC-based photographer and artist LaNola Stone wanted to help her local animal shelter, so she created this photography series of the dogs who had been at the shelter for the longest time.
Photographer Guido Mocafico’s vision of “snakes in a box” might sound like the next high-concept action flick, but it turns out to be an innovative way to show the diverse beauty of a wide variety of snake species. Gorgeous!
Leah, the photographer, volunteers at Brazos Animal Shelter in Bryan, TX and offered to use her photography skills to help the homeless animals there find new homes. Her brother posted the shots to reddit to bring attention to these cuties and the cause of thousands like them.
Peru-based photographer Omid Golzar has a great passion for macro photography and providing incredible eye-to-eye experiences from bugs’ lives.
Animals That Saw Me: Volume One is Ed Panar’s first collection of his most surprising and unexpected encounters with the uncanny moment of recognition between species. The pictures are a reminder that we must appear as strange and exotic to them as they do to us.