Animated Pictures BiographyAlex wandered over to the closest ladder. A small girl descended with a basket full of apples. Alex grinned at her. The little girl screamed and dropped the basket. She ran away, yelling for her mother. Alex stuck his head in the basket and began eating apples. He heard voices coming towards him.
"Now April, you know what I've said about fibbing. There are no alligators in this orchard." said April's mother. Alex pulled his head out of the basket and grinned at April's mother.
"Ahhhh!" she screamed. April and her mother ran away as fast as they could.
Alex walked over to another tree. A man was climbing down the ladder. He stepped on Alex's back. Alex grunted and tried to walk away. The man looked down at Alex and yelped. The man dropped his basket and ran toward the house. Alex ate all the apples in his basket.
Just then, Allison came running into the orchard.
"Alex!" she yelled. Alex took one look at Allison and bolted back into his pen. Allison followed him.
"So you're the one who ate all my apples." she said. "I'd better fix your cage."
Once Alex's cage was fixed, he could no longer go into the apple orchard. Alex stared longingly at the trees full of apples.
At dinner time, Allison brought Alex a steak as usual.Allison laughed. "I'll bring you apples every night Alex," she said. That is exactly what Allison did
Humans are pretty good at photobombing, but we have nothing on the rest of the animal kingdom. They understand the art of ruining a photo in a way that our feeble people brains could never comprehend.
It's been a long time since we rounded up the funniest animal photobombs, so we went through the seemingly endless supply of them that have made the Internet in the last year and found some hilarious new ones to share with you.
Which critters need to head back to the practice range? Which are bombing masters? We'll leave that up to you guys. Vote below and let us know if you come across any others.
Funny animal pictures are one of the most popular searches on the internet. The beauty of nature plus the creativity and intelligence of a photographer makes impressive pictures alluring the mood. Funny animal pictures remind me of the funny movies I used to watch and these images refresh my mind. The innocence of animals and the great work of photographers always make great images which please our eyes and make us smile.
Animals are the cutest best friends we have. With the lovely pictures featuring funny animal, we can any time change our mood from sad or tired to happy and bright. The pictures below can infuse laughter for sure and it will definitely make your day. Here, we have made a collection of 35 funny animal pictures and I am sure you will not stop yourself from laughing after checking out the entire collection. I am sure these pictures will make you feel good even if you are struck up with the worst mood. Check out and enjoy!
These animals are so hilarious! Welcome to our animal planet. Today, we will see funny funny animals who have humanized expression… em, most surprised Funny animal pictures are one of the most popular searches on the internet. The beauty of nature plus the creativity and intelligence of a photographer makes impressive pictures alluring the mood. Funny animal pictures remind me of the funny movies I used to watch and these images refresh my mind.
The innocence of animals and the great work of photographers always make great images which please our eyes and make us smile.
Dr. Byrd is a board certified forensic entomologist and diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Entomology. At the University of Florida, he instructs courses in forensic science at the University of Florida’s nationally recognized Hume Honors College. He served for over a decade as a faculty member of the Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Medicine.
Outside of academics, Dr. Byrd serves within the National Disaster Medical System, Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team, Region IV. He also serves as the logistics chief for the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System.
Dr. Byrd has combined his formal academic training in Entomology and Forensic Science to serve as a consultant and educator in both criminal and civil legal investigations throughout the United States and internationally. He specializes in the education of law enforcement officials, medical examiners, coroners, attorneys, and other death investigators on the use and applicability of arthropods in legal investigations.
ASPCA Forensic Analyst
Amanda Fitch responds to scenes of animal cruelty, provides educational presentations on crime scene processing and conducts research. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Florida and a Master’s degree in Forensic Science from the University of Central Oklahoma.