An elephant from Earl's Court Circus with a man in its mouth, 1928. P.S. All pictures are presented in high resolution.
It’s the topic of one never-ending conundrum — do dogs look like their owners? If this is indeed true, do dogs grow to mimic their owners, or do owners choose a dog in their own image? It’s great when science confirms something we already instinctively know. According to a U.S. study, it’s official — dogs do look like their owners.
No food after midnight. (Photo by Patrick Hayes)
Old Heidelberg, Dog with Pipe, 1905. (Photo by Detroit Publishing Company)
Sleeping Baby Bunny. A 6 day old baby bunny with mouth open while sleeping =D. Photo by Crezalyn Nerona Uratsuji
“In anatomy, heterochromia refers to a difference in coloration, usually of the iris (but also of hair or skin). Although infrequently seen in humans, complete heterochromia is more frequently observed in other species, where it almost always involves one blue eye”. – Wikipedia (Photo by StooMathiesen)