“If a man wishes to live a good life, the first act of abstinence he should take is to refrain from injuring animals.”
Survival is the art of surviving in the face of adversity. The term “survive” refers to the ability to stay alive; to live. Taking any given circumstances, accepting it, and trying to better it while prolonging your life until you can get out of it is what survival is all about. Most significantly, survival is a mental condition.
I named it Survival Experts Because wild animals such as herbivores and carnivores are real-life survivors. They must survive if they are to live. There are many different types of wild animals, but I am focusing on two of them: herbivores and carnivores.
Animals classified as herbivores generally rely on and consume vegetation and trees. The majority of herbivores are herd animals. Plants and fruits are consumed by elephants, spotted deer, wild boars, Malabar squirrels, Sambar deer, and other herbivores. They are naturally compassionate creatures. Due to the mutualistic nature of their gut flora, herbivores may more easily digest plant material than animal prey.
Animals classified as carnivores eat mostly flesh and blood. They are wild, dangerous beasts. They hunt and consume other animals to keep alive. Let me describe the several kinds of carnivores. The most prevalent cats are big cats like lions, tigers, leopards, and cheetahs. Birds are truly magnificent creatures that fascinate the audience.
Wild Animals are beautiful because of their cuteness and pure nature. They live in the natural world, which intrigues me. I’ve taken some good photographs, which I’m presenting here.
All the Photos and text in this post are copyright of Paladugu Raja Sekhar, from Andhra PradeshCreative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.