People in Kyrgyzstan like to hunt and having a good hunting eagle is a matter of honor and high position in hunting societies. There is a number of hunting festivals that are held in Kyrgyzstan where

An eagle hunting a deer

Stunning Wildlife on

animalworld: “ GOLDEN EAGLE attacks a deer Aquila chrysaetos ©Milan Krasula With one set of talons grasping its back the outlook wasn’t good for this fawn as a golden eagle swooped in for the kill.

Flying in: The aggressive eagle pounces in to stake their claim for the dead fox on the floor

Amazing sight of two white tailed eagles battling it out

Flying in: The aggressive eagle pounces in to stake their claim for the dead fox on the floor

Aguila atacando a un lobo

A golden eagle attacks a chained wolf during the first World Nomad Games in the Kyrchin (Semenovskoe) gorge, some 300 km from Bishkek. Teams of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Mongolia and Tajikistan take part in the games.

Kazakhstani painter Vadim Gorbatov. "Hunting with the Berkut (Eagle). Steel grip"

The eagle falconers of Kazakhstan, bringing falconry to a whole new level of badassery.

Eagle catching a water snake

Once in a lifetime shot. It looks like this eagle is having snake for dinner -by Miu Anthony Kwok, Iryna

Un Jaguar saute à l'eau, attaque un caïman et le ramène de l'autre côté de la rive comme si c'était un os à toutou. WTF ! Cliquez pour voir la série photo intégrale.

Finalists Of The 2014 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Competition, Leopard and Crocodile battle by Justin Black - Animal / Wildlife photography.


Jackal attacking a vulture - Amazing picture of a jackal jumping to attack a flying vulture.

Les corbeaux, on les connait et on les adore, même s’ils sont noirs, entièrement noirs! Ces oiseaux, on peut les voir de temps à autre, survolant nos têtes, mais jamais à proximité et pourtan…

Crows are the most badass birds in the animal kingdom who give zero ducks. Crows (and corvids, the

Kazakh (Mongolie)

BoredPanda “Before They Pass Away,” a long-term project by photographer Jimmy Nelson, gives us the unique opportunity to discover more than 30 secluded and slowly vanishing tribes from all over the world.