Posted by Anthony Morgan Lambert (Bielefeld, Germany) on 12 April 2016 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

Taken at our local wildlife park in Bielefeld

A few shots this week that are a bit abstract or different.

franz from Baden, Austria

excellent 'portrait' of this rodent busy at work !

12 Apr 2016 3:35pm

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

Must be related to beavers! SUperb close up

12 Apr 2016 4:37pm

@Ruthiebear: The German name for these guys translates as Beaver rats !

omid from mashhad, Iran

very nice portrait!
Amazing & lovely!

12 Apr 2016 5:09pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

Wow ... interesting creature.

12 Apr 2016 7:01pm

Alun from Elton, United Kingdom

Really cool close up, nice one

12 Apr 2016 8:15pm

@Alun: My trusty 55-300 once again showing a lot of reviewers they´re wrong (can´t shoot wildlife,not sharp enough)

Shiva from Berwick, Canada

Great close up, Anthony --- it looks similar than a Muskrat .....? I never heard of a Coypu ---- I first thought of Coy = Coyote and Pu == Pudel or Poodle .... hier gibt es alles Labpoo ---- Schnaupoo --- oder SchnauLab ... what a crazy world !!!!
Herzliche Grüße Monika

12 Apr 2016 10:21pm

@Shiva: Auf Deutsch sagt mann Biberratte Monika.

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

A fabulous portrait with beautiful detail! He looks sort of like a beaver.

12 Apr 2016 10:26pm

@Elaine Hancock: In German they´re called Beaver rats funnily enough..

Martine from France

Joli portrait !

13 Apr 2016 3:48am

L'Angevine from Angers, France


13 Apr 2016 7:11am

Nikon D7100
1/125 second
ISO 1250
450 mm (35mm equiv.)

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