Wacky Weekend: Upside-Down Animals

These animals are really shaking things up—by flipping themselves upside down! Check out the wacky poses of giant pandas, harp seals, and chimpanzees in the photo gallery below.

Chimpanzees do most of their eating and sleeping in trees—and for younger chimps, the branches also make a great jungle gym.
Photograph by Anup Shah, Minden Pictures
A giant panda in China’s Wolong Nature Reserve shows off its acrobatic skills with a somersault ... sort of.
A giant panda in China’s Wolong Nature Reserve shows off its acrobatic skills with a somersault ... sort of.
Photograph by Katherine Feng, Globio, Getty Images