Yes, believe it or not, real frogs do actually play leapfrog. You might think that’s obvious, but there is tons of misinformation out there about what animals do and don’t do. Did you know that vultures don’t sit around asking each other what they want to do all the time?
However, we doubt that these frogs actually got together to have real fun – we assume that they were all just taking a quick kip on the same log, and then one of them decided to move on. It’s a pretty good action shot, all things considered, and we like the colors, too.
Bird Butt — Front and Center
There are zillions and zillions of birds out there in the wild and almost as many pictures of birds for us to put on this list. But how about a picture that is one hundred percent patootie? This bird – we're not sure what kind it is – was going into the water for a snack of fish when someone took a pic from behind, catching the bird's bad side in a big way.
We could barely even tell it was a bird at first. Of course, it was probably a great time for a pic immediately before and after this moment.
Making a Break for It
He's trying to make a getaway, but obviously, it's going to take him a while. We all know slugs as one of the slower creatures of the animal kingdom relative to their size. In fact, slugs are some of the slowest creatures on Earth, able to move just six and a half inches per minute. We guess that's what happens if you only have one foot. And one lung. And no spine.
Still, at least they leave that cool little trail behind them, so you see exactly where they've been. This single picture looks like a few hours of work for the subject.
Do You Mind?
A couple of drakes go bobbing for food under the water, and then somebody decides to take pictures of their collective backsides. What is this world coming to when a bunch of ducks can't eat a meal in peace? Well, the ducks don't care. They're focused on snapping up little bits of plant matter or bugs. Do ducks eat fish? Yes, it seems they do, after a quick Goog'n.
So, really, they're just down there snapping up whatever they can eat – whatever gets close enough. They can even eat small amphibians, like frogs or toads. Is there anything they don't eat?
The Food Goes in the Hole
The thing about most animals is they have maybe three things on their minds at all times – safety, food, and children. After that, there isn't much that goes through their tiny, tiny brains. These pelicans are focused on the second option of the three, and one of them has made it easy to toss something yummy straight inside its mouth.
This could be fish, preferably, but we bet that most pelicans wouldn't mind Oreos or something like that. They're vegan! Seeds and fruits are also fine, but fish is generally the best choice.