We know you’ve always wanted to know what it looks like, so here you go. Now you can check off “See the underside of a seagull” on your bucket list. We bet there’s somebody out there that actually has that on their bucket list! There are all kinds.
And now that we’ve seen a seagull from underneath…it kind of looks like we imagined. It doesn’t take the greatest minds of the generation to picture what the underside of a bird looks like. Still, now we don’t have to guess.
It's in There Somewhere, We Swear
If you're trying to get a good picture of an armadillo, you have to be a little bit more eagle-eyed than the person who took this pic. We wouldn't have even known it was an armadillo if not for the description, but we guess we can see it.
The tell-tale plates that give an armadillo its unique method of protection are seen below the big mound of dirt and mud that is, we assume, the creature's head. Though it could also very well be the rear end of the armadillo. We think we see an ear on the right side, but who knows?
Working Hard for All of Us
The Eastern Red Bat, which we see in this pic, is a migratory tree rooster. Not like a male chicken, we mean they roost in trees. While it looks like this bat, we'll call him Hieronymus, is a big, big boy, in reality, they only get up to about four and a half inches at their full size.
Not very big, but they make up for it by doing something great for all of us – every night, these bats go out and eat about half their body weight in bugs. That's good work. It still might be only three to six grams of bugs, but how many bugs have you eaten lately? Yeah, that's what we thought.
There Is, in Fact, a Turtle in There
Look closely, and you'll be able to see some wildlife in its natural element. Turns out wildlife in its natural element is a little hard to make out, which is why there aren't many pictures of it. We're told that this is a snapping turtle, but we don't know how anybody could possibly tell.
Have you ever thought about how snapping turtles got their names? The first people to find them were like, “Cool, turtles. Ah, it bit me! I'm gonna name you after that fact, you meanie!”
Moments Before Disaster
All this poor guy wanted to do was take a picture of himself against a slate-gray sky for some reason. He left a little bit too much space above him, and some bird decided to give him what might be the worst photo bomb that has ever been taken in the history of ever.
We can't be certain that suspicious payload did strike the man, but it certainly looks like it would. Well, at the very least, he won't have a hard time getting it out of his hair. Look, we're sorry, bud, but you have to take the wins as they come.