The sights less seen

A collection of lighthearted, not too thought-provoking, miscellaneous, possibly pointless photos to make your web surfing relatively more eventful.

[Chilling. ]
A Galapagos land iguana is seen at the Galapagos National Park in Santa Cruz.?Photo by Reuters
[Chilling. ] A Galapagos land iguana is seen at the Galapagos National Park in Santa Cruz.?Photo by Reuters
[Goat organises campaign to save his brothers from the massacre tomorrow.]

A goat eats vegetables as a "guest of honour" during a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) event ahead of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Azha.?Photo by AFP
[Goat organises campaign to save his brothers from the massacre tomorrow.] A goat eats vegetables as a "guest of honour" during a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) event ahead of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Azha.?Photo by AFP
[Man confuses cat for scarf. Cat furious.]

A man carries a large domestic cat on his shoulder during a ride on a local bus in downtown Rome.?Photo by Reuters
[Man confuses cat for scarf. Cat furious.] A man carries a large domestic cat on his shoulder during a ride on a local bus in downtown Rome.?Photo by Reuters
[Dance of flight.]

A man feeds sparrows at Madrid's Retiro park during an autumn day.?Photo by Reuters
[Dance of flight.] A man feeds sparrows at Madrid's Retiro park during an autumn day.?Photo by Reuters
[Defying physics. Like a boss.]

Pakistani men ride on a motorcycle as they carries animals ahead of the Muslim sacrificial festival of Eid al-Azha in Lahore.?Photo by AFP
[Defying physics. Like a boss.] Pakistani men ride on a motorcycle as they carries animals ahead of the Muslim sacrificial festival of Eid al-Azha in Lahore.?Photo by AFP
[Ultimate family values.]
Wildlife authorities resorted to using 45 generators, each consuming 200 litres of diesel a week from June to November, to ensure the animals can get water.?Photo by AFP
[Ultimate family values.] Wildlife authorities resorted to using 45 generators, each consuming 200 litres of diesel a week from June to November, to ensure the animals can get water.?Photo by AFP
[Epitome of trust.]

A squirrel is fed by a woman on an autumn day at Madrid's Retiro Park.?Photo by Reuters
[Epitome of trust.] A squirrel is fed by a woman on an autumn day at Madrid's Retiro Park.?Photo by Reuters
[Bananas have paparazzi troubles too.]

A media frenzy surrounds the mystery monkey as he lies in his cage coming out of his tranquilized state at the Animal Hospital of Northwood.?Photo by AP
[Bananas have paparazzi troubles too.] A media frenzy surrounds the mystery monkey as he lies in his cage coming out of his tranquilized state at the Animal Hospital of Northwood.?Photo by AP
[Bug thinks its a turtle.]

The insect tucks its head into its throat - making it not only a new species but an entirely new genus.?Photo by Reuters
[Bug thinks its a turtle.] The insect tucks its head into its throat - making it not only a new species but an entirely new genus.?Photo by Reuters
[Lacerated beauty.]

A veterinarian from the Zoological Foundation of El Salvador (FUNZEL) uses a stethoscope on a female dolphin in San Diego.?Photo by Reuters
[Lacerated beauty.] A veterinarian from the Zoological Foundation of El Salvador (FUNZEL) uses a stethoscope on a female dolphin in San Diego.?Photo by Reuters
[One tough pumpkin.]

Polar bear Nanuq enjoys his food draped around a carved pumpkin.?Photo by AFP
[One tough pumpkin.] Polar bear Nanuq enjoys his food draped around a carved pumpkin.?Photo by AFP
[Giving The Hulk a run for his money.] 

A man loads fodder onto a donkey cart for sale on the outskirts of Faisalabad.?Reuters Photo
[Giving The Hulk a run for his money.] A man loads fodder onto a donkey cart for sale on the outskirts of Faisalabad.?Reuters Photo
[What we are blessed with.] 

Dark clouds are pictured as precipitation falls over the Hindu Kush mountains during a flight between Bamiyan and Kabul.?Photo by AFP
[What we are blessed with.] Dark clouds are pictured as precipitation falls over the Hindu Kush mountains during a flight between Bamiyan and Kabul.?Photo by AFP
[The human effect.]

An Indian boy stands amongst idols of Hindu goddess Durga and others after they were immersed by Hindu devotees.?Photo by AP
[The human effect.] An Indian boy stands amongst idols of Hindu goddess Durga and others after they were immersed by Hindu devotees.?Photo by AP
A moment for our quadruped brothers in arms. 

Grace, a search dog with the British army, runs towards a handler during a photo-opportunity, wearing a Dickin Medal, Britain's highest award for bravery by animals.?Photo by AP
A moment for our quadruped brothers in arms. Grace, a search dog with the British army, runs towards a handler during a photo-opportunity, wearing a Dickin Medal, Britain's highest award for bravery by animals.?Photo by AP
[Closer to God.]

Hikers enjoy the view over the mist in the valleys of the Alps mountains from the top of Wendelstein mountain.?Photo by AP
[Closer to God.] Hikers enjoy the view over the mist in the valleys of the Alps mountains from the top of Wendelstein mountain.?Photo by AP

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