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Heroic Boy Risks His Life To Save A Drowning Baby Deer From Floodwaters In Bangladesh

By • Feb 7th, 2014 • Category: Animals, Latest Posts

A photographer in Bangladesh has captured photographs of a daring and heartwarming rescue hero that will restore your faith in humanity. When a baby deer was separate from its family by a flooded river in Noakhali, Bangladesh, its chances for survival were slim. But Belal, a local boy believed to be in his early teens, braved the rainwater-swollen river to reunite the fawn with its family.

30 Baby Animals That Will Make You Go ‘Aww’

By • Dec 7th, 2012 • Category: Animals, Featured, Latest Posts

Even though our parents are probably happy and relieved to see us grow up and let go of some baby habits, but in all honesty, some animals could just stay babies for ever – that’s how cute they are! Just like us, baby animals are curious, naive and big-eyed; only, of course, a wee bit furrier. Learning to tell right from wrong and the best ways to survive takes time, and definitely gives you some amusing photo opportunities if you’re around with a camera to capture it. Take a break and go through these cute baby animal pictures, radiating all the best vibrations and emotions!

Deer Pylons

By • Mar 9th, 2012 • Category: Picture of the Day

This cool concept of deer-shaped pylons was created by DesignDepot, a design studio located in Moscow. They look so much better than the usual ones, but the manufacturing costs would probably be too high to make it happen.

Cut-Away Leaf Art: Deer in the Forest

By • Jul 22nd, 2011 • Category: Picture of the Day

Inspired by the old paper-cutting techniques of Chinese and Japanese, Lorenzo Duran decided to apply them on leaves. The artist finds the perfect leaf and then washes, dries, molds and gently cuts away at it until he makes his incredible delicate art. It requires a lot of patience and it’s easy to lose days of work in an instant, because fragile leaves can break right at the end.