Antarctic fur seals have two layers of hair: a bottom layer to keep in warmth, and a top layer to keep water out. Sometimes the seals pick up a third layer: penguin feathers.
Photograph by Eastcott Momatiuk, Getty Images
A kitty door appears to be off-limits for this bulldog.
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When lion cubs are about six months old, they’re often left alone for a full day or more. That’s a lot of time to get into trouble—or a mud pit.
Photograph by Richard du Toit, Getty Images
What? This dairy cow is just hanging out.
Photograph by George Green, Alamy Stock Photo
Male fallow deer thrash at bushes and grass with their antlers to establish their territory. Looks like this one has really claimed some turf.
Photograph by Arterra Picture Library, Alamy Stock Photo
Long-tailed macaques groom each other to form close social bonds. But maybe this is a little too close.
Photograph by Anup Shah, Getty Images
Elephant calves are able to walk just a few hours after birth—but that doesn’t mean they’re any good at it!
Photograph by ZSSD, Getty Images
Raccoons often build their dens in trees. Looks like this raccoon is having trouble just getting out his front door.
Photograph by All Canada Photos, Alamy Stock Photo
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