Pets - Common and Exotic
Stock Photography By Colin Radford
Family pets come in all different shapes, sizes and species. The most common are dogs, cats, birds, fish and reptiles, although they may also include the exotic animals such as kangaroos or lemurs. This lightbox introduces some of the animal pets that have been part of our lives in recent years.
Photo Captions for Pets - Common and Exotic
Image #1. Happy and contented family dog Sam - a happy and contented, mixed breed, family dog in the USA.
Image #2. Cat singing Christmas carols Red tabby pet cat singing Christmas carols while sitting on mat in front of Christmas nativity scene
Image #3. Christmas tree with gifts and pet dog Pet Shetland collie dog sits beside family christmas tree with gifts.
Image #4. Kangaroo and child, Australia Australian children growing up on the farm get close-up encounters with wildlife, like this young boy interacting with their pet kangaroo.
Image #5. Everyone wants to touch a cute baby Alena and her friends, Kathrina and Pamela, say their goodbyes to "Maditra" an orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) before leaving her at the Ivoloina Zoological Park on Madagascar's east coast.
Image #6. No shortage of loving hands Alena and her two Malagasy friends say a last goodbye to "Maditra" the orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) before leaving her at her new home in the Ivoloina Zoological Park at Toamasina, Madagascar.
Image #7. Baby Hapalemur asleep on caretaker's neck This young Gray Bamboo Lemur sleeps peacefully on the neck of its human caretaker. The Hapalemur was resecued as an orphan and is now living at the Ivoloina Zoological Park at Toamasina, on Madagascar's east coast.
Image #8. Young Gray Bamboo Lemur on childs arm This young Gray Bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) was originally found when being sold in a market on the east coast of Madagascar. She was rescued and brought to the Ivoloina Zoological Park at Toamasina to be hand-raised.
Image #9. Happy Hapalemur! This young Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) enjoys a good scratch. When someone would scratch along her sides or near her underarms, she would quickly lift her arm up high as if to say, "Oh, that feels wonderful... Do it again!"
Image #10. Baby Gray Bamboo Lemur feeding This orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur tries eating some supplementary banana to build up its strength. When it is an adult it prefers to eat green bamboo as its main food source. Hapalemur griseus griseus are found in the east coast forests of Madagascar.
Image #11. Cute young Gray Bamboo Lemur Gray Bamboo Lemurs (Hapalemur griseus griseus) lives in the forests of eastern Madagascar. They are the smallest of the bamboo lemurs. Its diet consists mostly of new bamboo shoots and leaf bases. It may also eat other young leaves or grass stems
Image #12. Hapalemur on face This young orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) thinks nothing about climbing all over Alena, her caretaker, as if she were her own mother. Young lemurs usually ride on their mother's body until they are too big for doing so.
Image #13. Tired Hapalemur baby rests on caretaker's neck After playing hard, this orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) hunkers down to catch some sleep on her caretaker's shoulder. These cute lemurs are the smallest of the bamboo lemurs and live in the forests of eastern Madagascar.
Image #14. Girl playing with orphaned Hapalemur This young orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) loved having one-on-one interaction with Alena, its adoptive mother during the time it was handfed.
Image #15. Eyeball to Eyeball in Madagascar A young orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) gets "eye to eye" with Alena, her caretaker, who fell in love with this adorable, affectionate young lemur while handfeeding it until it was able to eat on its own at the Ivoloina Zoo.
Image #16. Happy and contented family dog Sam - a happy and contented, mixed breed, family dog in the USA.
Image #17. Alena smiling with Bamboo Lemur on neck Young Gray Bamboo lemur (Hapalemur grisesus griseus) resting on the neck of Alena, her caretaker friend
Image #18. Man with boxing Kangaroo Young male kangaroos love to spar with their siblings, leaning back on their tail to kick with their back feet
Image #19. Superbly-colored King Parrot , Australia Handfeeding wild King Parrot (Alisterus scapularis) at O'Reilleys park, Queensland, Australia. Also known as a Southern King Parrot or King Lory.
Image #20. Australian Crimson Rosellas and King Parrots Wild crimson rosellas and King Parrots flock to be handfed at O'Reilley's national park, Queensland.
Image #21. Crimson Rosella on tree Rosellas and parrots flock to greet early morning visitor at O'Reilleys park, near Brisbane, QLD, Australia. This beautiful Crimson Rosella is perched on a branch in the early morning, soaking up the warmth of the sun.
Image #22. Baby Major Mitchell cockatoo, Australia A young Major Mitchell cockatoo looks quite comical until he gets his full coat of feathers.
Image #23. Cute Malagasy puppies Cute young sibling puppies in the loving hands of their owner
Image #24. Tired Hapalemur baby rests on caretaker's neck After playing hard, this orphaned Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) hunkers down to catch some sleep on her caretaker's shoulder. These cute lemurs are the smallest of the bamboo lemurs and live in the forests of eastern Madagascar.
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