Who doesn't love a good panoramic shot - this phone technology is perfect for capturing gorgeous meadows, hilltops or colorful deserts. Still landscapes can be captured with ease at just a touch of a button and scan with a steady hand - but what happens when you want to photograph an object that has a little bit more trouble sitting still - like your precious pets - well, you end up with a creature that has eight legs, two heads, and six tails!

It turns out that there are tons of panoramic pictures of these 'mythical' animals all over the internet- from limo horses to Cerberus dogs and multiple-legged cats, this photo technology seems to have no mercy when it comes to eerily disfiguring our beloved pets. Of course, without any fault of these innocent animals who just cannot seem to hold a pose or want to photobomb.

In the list below compiled by Bored Panda, you'll find the greatest panoramic pictures of animals. Each one of these funny fails is so unique that even the greatest imagination couldn't fathom these kooky beasts. So, sit back, relax, warm up those abdominal muscles and get ready for some hearty laughs. Also, don't forget to vote and comment on the most unexpected funny photos!

#1

Don't Worry Your Dog Could Have Been Like Mine

Don't Worry Your Dog Could Have Been Like Mine

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Dani
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh my god, that's perfect!! The black fur makes it look so spookily real!

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For millennials perhaps the earliest memory we having of getting anything close to a "panoramic" shot on film was to turn the camera from vertical to horizontal, but panoramic photography goes all the way back to the first invention of photography itself in 1839. There was a desire to show the landscapes of cities, so photographers invented the first panoramas by placing two or more daguerreotype plates - the earliest photos set on copper plates- side by side to create the illusion. It is said that the first panoramas were made up of eleven plates.

#2

Panorama Doggo Gone Wrong

Panorama Doggo Gone Wrong

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Withnail
Community Member
1 year ago

Derp!

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#3

Pano Of My New Backyard When My Dog Decided To Run Through It

Pano Of My New Backyard When My Dog Decided To Run Through It

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Troux
Community Member
1 year ago

He's a nice guy, he only LOOKS like an ass!

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Some of the earliest panoramas were created during the civil wart, taken by George Barnard for the Union Army. They were printed from two or more wet-plate negatives that had been exposed in a conventional camera. The wet-plates were coated with an emulsion, sensitized and exposed.The camera was rotated to the next section of the panorama after each exposure in order to make a new negative, When the negatives reached the studio they were placed on a sensitized sheet of photographic paper and placed in the sun. Next they were fixed, washed, trimmed and arranged for the panoramic finished photograph.

#4

Cats Have Adapted To Living In The Desert

Cats Have Adapted To Living In The Desert

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Wesley Boylan
Community Member
1 year ago

They have adapted to be able to reach EVERYTHING

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#5

Split Kitty

Split Kitty

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Benjamin Boysley
Community Member
1 year ago

Why is this not titled Splitten?

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In the late 19th century they began to manufacture cameras created specifically for producing panoramas. The cameras either had a swing-lens, in which the lens would rotate while the film remained stationary or 360-degree rotation cameras, where both the camera and the film rotated. The first mass produced panoramic camera was the Al-Vista, introduced in 1898. Most mass-produced panoramic cameras used a swing lens.

#6

New Species?

New Species?

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Withnail
Community Member
1 year ago

Allidoggo!

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#7

Mum Can’t Stop Laughing. Dad Must Have Pulled A Funny Face Or Something

Mum Can’t Stop Laughing. Dad Must Have Pulled A Funny Face Or Something

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Dani
Community Member
1 year ago

+10 for the title!

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In 1904 a large format film camera called the Cirkut was patented. The film ranged from 5" to 16" and could produce 360-degree photographs that measured up to 20 feet long. During the exposure process the camera and the film rotated on a special tripod. These special cameras were most commonly used by commercial photographers who wanted to capture city views or special events.

#8

Duck Limo Service, Anyone?

Duck Limo Service, Anyone?

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Harleen
Community Member
1 year ago

It's actually a bunch of underage ducks trying to sneak into a movie

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#9

Panorama Of A Dog Goes Terribly Wrong

Panorama Of A Dog Goes Terribly Wrong

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Luis Milian
Community Member
1 year ago

no regrets here. derp doggo

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It may seem like a huge leap to imagine a time where you had to manually stitch together photos to create a panorama to now where your phone camera can work the magic for you - but how does it do it? Well it stitches the photos together for you like the old days just with better technology, less effort and no wait time. Your phone looks for common features on the edge of each image transparency, lines them up by sliding and rotating, moving image by image until it has created the "perfect" panorama. Unlike the human brain, your phone can not determine photo content and sometimes uses what's known as brute-force computation to find similar features The result is stitching errors such as distorted images, misalignment or cutting things in half.

#10

Kangaroo Dog In Full Flight

Kangaroo Dog In Full Flight

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Hans
Community Member
1 year ago

Only in Australia!

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The most common stitching errors during panoramic shots are: not enough overlap between frames, distortion caused by poor lens quality or close objects in overlap zone, parallax error, when close objects change position during frames (like a moving pet), lack of visible features, highly repetitive features, or bad software. Worse case scenario you get a photo worthy for a modern art display!

#11

My Buddy Tried To Photograph His Dog In Panoramic Mode

My Buddy Tried To Photograph His Dog In Panoramic Mode

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Withnail
Community Member
1 year ago

Reminds me of that Theresa May mid-dance mere

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#12

Giraffe Walking While I Was Taking A Panoramic Photo

Giraffe Walking While I Was Taking A Panoramic Photo

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Withnail
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh, don't mind me. Just stretching my neck a bit.

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#13

That's A Long Snout

That's A Long Snout

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Kesyra
Community Member
1 year ago

Why the long face?

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#14

Three Times The Happiness

Three Times The Happiness

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Troux
Community Member
1 year ago

Your Cerberus is backwards!

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#15

The Dog Became Psychedelic

The Dog Became Psychedelic

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Withnail
Community Member
1 year ago

It was at this moment that Karen realised that those weren't regular mushrooms on the grill.

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#16

Poor Kitty

Poor Kitty

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Withnail
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh no, kitty used its ninth life!

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#17

I’m Never Drinking Again

I’m Never Drinking Again

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Robyn Denton
Community Member
1 year ago

But they're not "pink" elephants on parade...

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#18

My Dog Is... One Head Short Of Cerberus

My Dog Is... One Head Short Of Cerberus

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Up All Night
Community Member
1 year ago

It's an orthos.

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#19

He Never Barks

He Never Barks

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Luis Milian
Community Member
1 year ago

how do you feed it?

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#20

Ermegerd, Ma Derg

Ermegerd, Ma Derg

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Charlotte Ayers
Community Member
1 year ago

What?! I was trying to keep my eye on the ball, like you told me to.

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#21

Panorama Fail

Panorama Fail

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Virgil Blue
Community Member
1 year ago

The beach dwelling Pug-hopper monopede.

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#22

When The Panorama Option Makes Your Dogs Look Like Sonic The Hedgehog

When The Panorama Option Makes Your Dogs Look Like Sonic The Hedgehog

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A Rose Among Thorns
Community Member
1 year ago

More like sonic the hedge-DOG

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#23

Really Long Tail

Really Long Tail

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Wesley Boylan
Community Member
1 year ago

It's just prehensile.

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#24

When You Are Trying To Take Pictures Of Your House And Your Six Legged Cat Shows Up

When You Are Trying To Take Pictures Of Your House And Your Six Legged Cat Shows Up

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Troux
Community Member
1 year ago

I think those middle ones are needed for support!

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#25

When I Tried To Take A Panorama Of A Horse

When I Tried To Take A Panorama Of A Horse

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diane a
Community Member
1 year ago

Four-seater

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#26

When Panorama Goes Wrong

When Panorama Goes Wrong

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Rainbow Unicorn
Community Member
1 year ago

Pretty sure that that's cheating.

GFSTaylor
Community Member
1 year ago

Come on - it's got to be much harder to get all that over a jump successfully. Have you ever tried riding a concertina ?

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Dani
Community Member
1 year ago

Slinky horse.

Up All Night
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like riding a dragon.

Danny Heath
Community Member
1 year ago

Why did They name him Slinky?

I love Hermione
Community Member
7 months ago

i think hes gonna win

GroovyDude18
Community Member
1 year ago

Windows.exe not responding

Elly Clifton
Community Member
1 year ago

Why does the rider stay perfect but not the horse?

My O My
Community Member
1 year ago

It's a dragon

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Mark W Alexamder
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like a survivor from the "dinosaur" age. Also, with the ridged back, very hard on the rider who mounts and rides it.

Deborah White
Community Member
1 year ago

An alien horse...cool!

Lingon
Community Member
1 year ago

Sleipner is real?

Wesley Boylan
Community Member
1 year ago

The poor lady's legs!

Eva the Ravenclaw Bookworm📚💖
Community Member
3 months ago (edited)

A boa constrictor horse

Sera the Dragon
Community Member
9 months ago

What do you mean wrong? This is perfect

Bumble Boozle
Community Member
1 year ago

My first thought:dragon horse. NO. DORSE.

Matthew Diaz
Community Member
1 year ago

Satan's horse competes now?

Sophia Daily
Community Member
1 year ago

It looks like it has scales or something!

Ruth Baldwin
Community Member
1 year ago

Dragon wins Grand National - stewards to investigate.

Ingrid Bell
Community Member
1 year ago

Hmmm....

Mangapanda
Community Member
1 year ago

That’s a horseipede

Alejandra Moreno
Community Member
1 year ago

Sling - horse

Zoey Goodwine
Community Member
1 year ago

._. This is horrific ._.

Trish Christoffersen
Community Member
1 year ago

A slinky horse!

Ian Lambert
Community Member
1 year ago

quick let us jump into the multiverse

Sharon Bakula
Community Member
1 year ago

The segmentation makes it look like some kind of insect. Creepy. Too bad the jockey doesn't repeat. It could definitely use a few extra jockeys. 🐴

Eric Spence
Community Member
1 year ago

Aaaaaaaand Teabiscuit WINS BY A NOSE!!!

Ellie Ragsdale
Community Member
1 year ago

I actually thought the tail was another horse head for a good 10 seconds. Then it would've been 2 long horses or one super long double headed horse.

Diane Patrick
Community Member
1 year ago

Centipede horse.

Louise Brigance
Community Member
1 year ago

Slinky horse

Jody Brown
Community Member
1 year ago

It's a snorse.

Shirley Heyn
Community Member
1 year ago

Why is there only one rider?

Katelyn Klein
Community Member
1 year ago

At least every can ride at the same time now.

Smeagol.
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh.

Peridot BC
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh no.

olivier FRESSE
Community Member
1 year ago

ok it's a real life version of snake

Quinn Alexander
Community Member
1 year ago

You mean RIGHT

Amery
Community Member
1 year ago

Missing a few jockeys; dontcha think?!?

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#27

Ayllon's Sheeps Are Different. So Different

Ayllon's Sheeps Are Different. So Different

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Dani
Community Member
1 year ago

Gorgeous photo though!

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#28

I Hear Everything

I Hear Everything

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Virgil Blue
Community Member
1 year ago

"I can hear next Thursday."

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#29

Meet Milo, My 11-Headed Dog

Meet Milo, My 11-Headed Dog

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Withnail
Community Member
1 year ago

Cerberus got nothing on Milo.

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#30

Google Assistant Seemed Oddly Excited About This Panorama That It Created For Me

Google Assistant Seemed Oddly Excited About This Panorama That It Created For Me

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Hans
Community Member
1 year ago

"Never before documented, but finally unveiled. Asexual reproduction in dogs. You can clearly see the later stages of the divison phase, where all feature have already duplicated the the two new individuals slowly morph apart. Undoubtedly, they are perfect genetic copies although the split not neccesarily leads to an identifcal composition."

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